PM Modi’s staunch opponent couldn’t resist himself from praising Modi; Omar Abdullah says Modi is a clever diplomat

Some of global leaders will be so special that even their opponents will be compelled to praise them. Now it’s PM Modi’s turn to receive that rare badge of honour. Modi’s enemies are using all their arms and ammunitions to put him down but his popularity is taking hype every day. And now even his staunch opponents have started to praise him.

PM Modi completed his visit to America and was successful to cast a spell on US President. A major success came when US declared Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin a ‘global terrorist’. He plays a major role in fuelling militancy in Kashmir over the last 27 years. Salahuddin also heads the United Jihad Council which is the umbrella body to oversee active terror outfits in Jammu and Kashmir.

PM Modi on Monday had invited Ivanka Trump, daughter of US President Donald Trump to India, to lead the US delegation of entrepreneurs. PM Modi said that “I have invited her (Ivanka Trump) to lead the US delegation for global entrepreneurship forum”.

All were curious to know whether she’ll accept it. But when Modi invites, can she decline it? She was extremely happy and accepted the offer. Ivanka expressed her happiness on Twitter.

But Omar Abdulla’s praise of Modi was a surprise move. He said on twitter that “Very clever diplomacy by PM Modi inviting the First Daughter given the power equations in the White House & Trump weakness for family”

Former J&K CM Omar Abdullah had praised PM Modi few years ago too. When a Congress supporter on his twitter handle tried to mock PM Modi, Omar said that why can’t we praise the excellent speech of our PM to British Parliamentarians? He also asked to take pride in the excellent speeches made by PM Modi.

PM Modi’s US visit was considered to be more successful than expected. India and USA decided to eliminate radical Islamic terror. Both the leaders discussed challenges of terrorism, extremism and radicalization. The US also expressed support for India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the Australian Group and the Wassenaar Arrangement.

Nishika Ram