Pakistan increased its defense budget by 15%!!!

The third term of narendra modi has begun. The most talked about topic in this is the Ministry of External Affairs. This time too, the Modi government has expressed confidence and given the responsibility of the Ministry of External Affairs to S. Jaishankar. The government has made it clear that there will be no change in its foreign policies. Among the shark countries, pakistan, afghanistan etc. have also not been invited to the swearing-in ceremony. Apart from this, Myanmar and china were also kept away from the swearing-in ceremony. On the other hand, pakistan, which is suffering from poverty, has suddenly increased its defense budget by 15%. It is clear from the recent developments that the schedule of the Foreign minister of india is going to be very busy at the moment.

Pakistan will not improve

In the first term of narendra modi, adopting the policy of 'neighbourhood first', neighboring countries were invited to the swearing-in ceremony. pakistan was also invited in it. Pakistan's policy has been against india even after one year of its swearing-in. A lot has changed between the two countries from 2014 to 2024. As Prime minister, narendra modi gave priority to the neighbouring countries, including Pakistan. As time passed, it was seen that Pakistan's attitude kept changing.

After the removal of article 370 of kashmir - SRINAGAR/JAMMU' target='_blank' title='jammu and kashmir-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>jammu and kashmir in 2019, pakistan became more furious, while the supreme court also declared the removal of article 370 legal. pakistan said at that time that if india restores 370, only then can any dialogue with it resume. Whereas India's only stance is that india can never continue both terrorism and dialogue with pakistan together. During narendra Modi's third term, both the environment and inclusion have completely changed. Pakistan's attitude has also changed. The whole world has seen what kind of policy pakistan has. Attempts were also made to disturb the swearing-in ceremony. Just an hour before the swearing-in ceremony, pilgrims were attacked by terrorists in Kashmir.

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