Tim Roemer, former US ambassador to India who had been responsible for broadening and deepening the US-India venture, has accused Pakistan PM Imran Khan of raising the volatility of the area and urged the US policy must”stay consistent towards strategic ties with India”, also push Pakistan to get”actual consequences” on anti-terror alliance.
At a tweet, tagging Imran’s opinion piece at the NYT where he’s threatened the world using the specter of a nuclear war over Kashmir, Roemer said
“Pakistan PM Imran Khan hypes the Kashmir situation, personally strikes PM Modi and raises the volatility in the area. US policy must stay steady toward strategic connections with India, highlight CT collaboration, and push Pakistan for actual outcomes.” He tweeted: “Recent departure of my buddy, Finance Minister of India Arun Jaitley. He had been a bridge builder, colorful attorney, and huge cricket fan. The people of India will overlook a committed public servant.” He oversaw the execution of several relevant policies and initiatives, such as increasing collaboration, technology transfer, and industrial revenue in the defense and space sectors. Also, he oversaw the signing of this Counterterrorism Cooperation Initiative together with India to further expand cooperation in areas like intelligence and homeland security, border protection, money laundering, and terrorist funding; and working together with the United States to help India on its own International Center for Nuclear Energy Partnership. Also, he emphasized on trade and exports, helping transfer India out of America’s 25th-largest trading spouse into 12th.