Jaishankar's befitting reply to George Soros said- 'Old, rich, capricious and dangerous'
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has described controversial industrialist George Soros as old, rich, temperamental and dangerous. The Foreign Minister said that when such people invest in any resource, a narrative is created.
Ministers of the BJP and the Modi government are fuming after American billionaire investor George Soros commented on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Adani-Hindenburg issue. After Amethi MP and Union Minister Smriti Irani, now Union External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has retaliated. S Jaishankar has described controversial industrialist George Soros as 'old, rich, temperamental and dangerous'. The Foreign Minister says that when such people invest in any resource, a narrative is created.
Union External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that Soros believes that India is a democratic country, but the Prime Minister is not democratic. Furthermore, he said that Soros is elderly, rich and a man carrying ashes. It's sitting in New York right now. From there think that their thoughts should decide how the whole world will run.
Jaishankar said that he is old, rich and opinionated as well as dangerous. When such people and institutions come up with ideas, they channel their resources into building narratives. Let us tell you that industrialist George Soros, who has been making statements on Indian democracy, recently said on the controversies related to Gautam Adani that it has shaken the faith of the people in India and this can open the doors of 'democratic revival' in India.
The Foreign Minister retorted that people like Soros like elections only when the person of their choice wins. If the result of the election is something else, then they start calling the democracy of that country flawed. Please tell that Smriti Irani retaliated against George Soros on Friday. He said that George Soros has tried to interfere in India's democracy and PM Modi is his target.