Just as Congress doused fired lit by Sam Pitroda, Mani Shankar Aiyar’s statement now new embarrassment for Congress 

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Published May 10, 2024 at 12:18pm

    Aiyar's statements on 'atom bombs' provides new ammunition for BJP

    Aiyar is a astrong advocate of India-Pak normalising equations

    Earlier Sam Pitroda's statements had irked Congress

Veteran Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar has sparked controversy by advocating for dialogue with Pakistan rather than flexing military muscles, cautioning that provocation could lead Islamabad to deploy nuclear weapons against India. 

Also Read: Sam Pitroda resigns as Chairman of Indian Overseas Congress amidst racist remarks controversy

Aiyar’s remarks follow similar warnings from National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah regarding Pakistan’s nuclear capabilities. Aiyar, a former diplomat known for his stance on normalizing India-Pakistan relations, emphasized the need for respect in bilateral dealings to maintain peace. He highlighted the rapid repercussions of nuclear warfare, citing the proximity between Indian and Pakistani cities.

In what appears to be a critique of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approach, Aiyar suggested that resolving issues with Pakistan is essential for India’s global leadership aspirations. He criticized the lack of significant efforts towards reconciliation in the past decade. Aiyar’s comments underscore the ongoing debate within India regarding diplomatic strategies towards its neighbor amidst longstanding tensions. With nuclear deterrence looming large, Aiyar’s call for dialogue adds a nuanced dimension to the discourse on India-Pakistan relations.

Sam Pitroda’s goofups 

Earlier, Sam Ptiroda, the overseas Congress chief put the part into a state of embarrassment as he compared different parts of India to different ethnicities around the world. 

And quite understandably, the BJP latched on to the remarks, criticising the grand old party for such statements. 

Just as Congress doused fired lit by Sam Pitroda, Mani Shankar Aiyar’s statement now new embarrassment for Congress 

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    Aiyar's statements on 'atom bombs' provides new ammunition for BJP

    Aiyar is a astrong advocate of India-Pak normalising equations

    Earlier Sam Pitroda's statements had irked Congress

Veteran Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar has sparked controversy by advocating for dialogue with Pakistan rather than flexing military muscles, cautioning that provocation could lead Islamabad to deploy nuclear weapons against India. 

Also Read: Sam Pitroda resigns as Chairman of Indian Overseas Congress amidst racist remarks controversy

Aiyar’s remarks follow similar warnings from National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah regarding Pakistan’s nuclear capabilities. Aiyar, a former diplomat known for his stance on normalizing India-Pakistan relations, emphasized the need for respect in bilateral dealings to maintain peace. He highlighted the rapid repercussions of nuclear warfare, citing the proximity between Indian and Pakistani cities.

In what appears to be a critique of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approach, Aiyar suggested that resolving issues with Pakistan is essential for India’s global leadership aspirations. He criticized the lack of significant efforts towards reconciliation in the past decade. Aiyar’s comments underscore the ongoing debate within India regarding diplomatic strategies towards its neighbor amidst longstanding tensions. With nuclear deterrence looming large, Aiyar’s call for dialogue adds a nuanced dimension to the discourse on India-Pakistan relations.

Sam Pitroda’s goofups 

Earlier, Sam Ptiroda, the overseas Congress chief put the part into a state of embarrassment as he compared different parts of India to different ethnicities around the world. 

And quite understandably, the BJP latched on to the remarks, criticising the grand old party for such statements. 

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