On Sunday, S. Jaishankar, minister of external affairs, discussed the visit of his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to India for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) conference of foreign ministers, saying that he is a wonderful host for a good visitor.
After being questioned about his harsh criticism of Pakistan at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation conference, he responded. He was referred to as the “promoter, justifier, and spokesperson of a terrorism industry” by S Jaishankar in a harsh assault.
According to EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar, “his positions were called out and countered, including at the SCO meeting itself,” as a promoter, justifier, and spokesman of a terrorist business that is the backbone of Pakistan. As Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari made headlines on Thursday, the nation welcomed a high-level visit from Pakistan for the first time since 2011 while India held the presidency of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference.
He said that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the foreign minister of Pakistan, had talked about “everything else other than the SCO” as the cause of his outburst. “If you take a look at what he said in the press conference and subsequent interviews, you'll see that he made no mention of the SCO. He has discussed every other topic relating to India,” the minister added.
In addition to discussing politics, Zardari also made moral judgements regarding the G20, the BBC programme, and the Kashmir conflict. “As I mentioned, he has discussed everything else but the SCO. So what do I really do as a host? I am a good host if I have a decent visitor,” Jaishankar stated.
Regarding Bhutto Zardari's remarks on combating terrorism, Jaishankar has said that Pakistan's credibility is eroding even more quickly than its foreign exchange reserves. When asked whether India and Pakistan might have discussions to discuss tackling the problem, the foreign affairs minister said, “Terrorists do not sit together with terrorists to discuss terrorism.”