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No adjustment in approach on Jammu and Kashmir, says US

New Delhi: The United States on Wednesday said that there is no adjustment in its strategy on Jammu and Kashmir. “I need to be clear there has been no adjustment in US strategy in the district,” State Department Spokesperson Ned Price told journalists taking into account a tweet from the South and Central Asia Bureau of the State Department which invited the resumption of 4G portable web in Jammu and Kashmir.

“We invite the resumption of 4G versatile web in India’s Jammu and Kashmir. This denotes a significant advance for nearby occupants and we anticipate proceeded with political and financial advancement to reestablish regularity in J&K,” tweeted the South and Central Asia Bureau of the State Department.

The fast portable web was reestablished on February 5 in the whole association region of Jammu and Kashmir, precisely one and a half years after it was snapped in August 2019 when the Center had revoked the unique status of the past state.

As per a 2019 Congressional Research Service report of August 2019, a longstanding objective of US strategy in South Asia has been to forestall the India-Pakistan struggle from heightening to highway war. This implied the United States has tried to evade activities that obviously preferred either party. Over the previous decade, be that as it may, Washington has developed nearer to India while relations with Pakistan keep on being seen as obfuscated by the question, CRS report said.

On an inquiry identified with Twitter closing down certain records in India, Price said, “Indeed, I figure what I would say by and large is that around the globe – and this returns to what I was saying previously – we are focused on supporting popularity based qualities, including the opportunity of articulation. I think with regards to Twitter’s approaches, we’d need to allude you to Twitter itself.”

Reacting to a comparative inquiry, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told journalists at her everyday news meeting, “obviously, we generally have worries about crackdowns on the right to speak freely, the opportunity of articulation occurring around the planet and when it doesn’t permit individuals to convey and calmly fight.”

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