External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Sunday said the Indian government has forever been strong of Sri Lanka and it was “attempting to help” the adjoining nation through its present financial emergency and clarified that there was “no evacuee emergency at this moment”.
Addressing columnists outside the Thiruvananthapuram air terminal subsequent to showing up in the state capital on a three-day visit, Jaishankar said, “We have been extremely steady of Sri Lanka. We are attempting to help and we are in every case exceptionally supportive where they are concerned.
“They are correct now dealing with through their concerns, so we need to sit back and watch what they do.” He was answering a question on India’s stand on the financial emergency in Sri Lanka.
On being found out if there was any exile emergency, the Union Minister said, “There is no evacuee emergency at this moment.”
Jaishankar was likewise asked by correspondents the justification for his visit, to which he answered that there were a few.
He said he needed to invest energy with his party partners here and comprehend how they are doing and what’s going on here.
Asked how he sees BJP possibilities in the southern express, the Union Minister answered that possibilities of the party were “generally excellent” all around the country.
“There is no exemption for it anyplace. In any case, we will constantly attempt to continue to attempt to work on the possibilities,” he added. PTI