Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has given a big statement on the 'negative Western perception' towards India. The Finance Minister has said that look at the condition of minorities in Pakistan and comes to our country and see the condition of Muslims.
New Delhi: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said a big thing about the 'negative Western perception' towards India. Sitharaman has said that India has the second-largest Muslim population in the world and this population is only increasing in numbers.
If there is a perception that their lives are being made difficult or made difficult by the support of the government in the country, which is implicit in most of these articles, then I ask whether this is happening or could ever happen in India. Has the Muslim population decreased in India? While the truth is that the Muslim population is increasing more than in 1947, which is the opposite of what Pakistan formed at the same time.
The number of every minority is decreasing in that country and the minority is decreasing there. Even some Muslim sects have been removed from there. Whereas, in India, you will see that every kind of Muslim is living his life well. Doing his business, his children are being given education, they are being given fellowship.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman spoke in Washington DC regarding economic trade and said that WTO (World Trade Organization) should be more progressive. It should listen more and look at all countries more objectively. It has to give space to the voices of countries that have something different to say and not only be heard but also be heard to some extent.
On the revival of the Indian economy after the pandemic, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said at PIIE, Washington DC, "This is an attempt by the Indian people to take up the challenge and stay serious about their business and improve it despite the tragedies at home." "