Thursday, June 5, 2014
Whether Modi was complicit in their deaths or not in 2002 riots, the US has already judged him a violator of religious freedom through its 2005 visa refusal. Overturning that refusal, absent significant new evidence absolving Modi, would be an additional injustice to the victims of 2002 and their families.
As a legal matter, Modi is as ineligible for a US visa today as he was nine years ago. But Modi is no longer a state-level leader, and the visa is no longer merely a moral or legal matter. The moment Modi became a serious candidate for national leadership, the visa became political.
In 2005, the US denied Narendra Modi a diplomatic visa and revoked his existing tourist/business visa under the Immigration and Nationality Act. Because of the "very serious" doubts that remain over his role in the "horrific" 2002 riots in Gujarat. Now, Modi becomes the Prime Minister of India and the America’s favorites Congress party leaded by Sonia Gandhi & Manmohan Singh were very badly defeated in election. Now, America will tries to appease NDA Government. After the remarkable victory of BJP, U.S. President Barack Obama congratulated Narendra Modi on his election victory on Friday and invited him to the White House, even though he was barred from the country less than 10 years ago over massacres of Muslims.
US Secretary of State John Kerry called his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj and offered enhancing trade and economic ties to $500 billion. The World police America wants to buy the NDA Government for their selfishness. US’s CIA was very active in India. They are the strong supporter of the Sonia Congress. They always tries to destroy the Hindu culture and renaissance. They wants rule India by a Western Christian minded American servant persons. Indian Govt. will move carefully and understand the real enemies and friends of India.
In what is probably the most significant foreign policy decision taken since he became Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has confirmed to US President Barack Obama that he will have a bilateral meeting with him in Washington in the last week of September this year. Modi's decision underlines the significance of the US in India's strategic matrix. There was speculation that Modi could focus more on China and South Korea for economic gains and on an improved security partnership with Japan but these are not likely to come at the expense of Washington.