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India-USA Relationship: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped America with Hydroxychloroquine drug

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India-USA Relationship: It is a matter of time. India had once sought help from the US to deal with the shortage of food grains. Now this superpower country of the world is seeking help from India in the war against Corona. COVID-19 has brought America to its knees.

Disconcerted by hundreds of deaths daily, US President Donald Trump pleaded for hydroxychloroquine drugs from India. Many things changed in the world from the 1950s to 2020. India has become the world’s fastest-growing economy and is now helping The USA.

India-USA Relationship: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped America with Hydroxychloroquine drug

India-USA Relationship
India-USA Relationship

In 1951, the country’s Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru asked help from the United States for the country facing food shortages. On February 12, 1951, the then US President Harry S.Truman suggested that India should be given 2 million tonnes of emergency help to the Congress to deal with the shortage of food grains. He said, “We cannot remain deaf on India’s appeal.”

The then US President Truman agreed
The then US President Truman had said, “Our friendship towards the people of India and our concern not to let people go hungry is motivating us to take this step.”

Although the US President’s report at the time was seen on humanitarian grounds to address India’s grain shortage, Truman and his advisers believed that reacting quickly to New Delhi’s insistence would also lead to good relations between the two countries. This appeal was made by Truman amidst rivalry between India and America.

America was irritated by the principles of Nehru
The United States had been irritated by India’s Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s doctrine of non-alignment. Apart from this, India’s policy on China, the Korean War, Western colonialism and India’s stand on other issues were threatening the relationship between America and India.

US helped India for its benefit
Truman felt that by helping India during the grain crisis, he could be compelled to realize that the real interest of India was with the West. The US Congress had agreed to send food grains to India after a long debate.

India-USA Relationship: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped America with Hydroxychloroquine drug

India-USA Relationship
India-USA Relationship

Now the time has changed
From 1951 to 2020, a lot has changed in almost 70 years. India today has become self-sufficient in food production. But now it is reverse. America is extending its hand to India for medicine and India is going to provide it soon.

India’s trumpets are cheering
Donald Trump is praising Modi after the government of India approved the export of hydroxychloroquine to the US, which is going through the terrible crisis of the Corona epidemic.

Trump is quite happy with this deal, Trump on Wednesday expressed his gratitude to India. In his tweet thanking PM Modi and Indian people, he said that this help of India will not be forgotten. It is believed that this malaria drug is effective in fighting corona. However, neither scientists nor doctors are confirming this.

Trump had earlier spoken to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi over the phone, seeking help in the fight against Corona. He spoke of retaliating against India for not exporting hydroxychloroquine.

Trump’s tone suddenly changed after the Indian government lifted the ban on the export of hydroxychloroquine and praised PM Modi during an interview to a TV channel. He called Modi a great leader. He said that America will always remember this help of India.

The USA relationship with India is improving these days while, on the other hand, Trump is continuously targeting WHO

India-USA Relationship
India-USA Relationship

Trump attacked the World Health Organization citing a January 14 tweet by the United Nations (UN) health body that claimed the coronavirus was not a human-to-human infection.

Trump said the World Health Organization (WHO) had reported in a tweet on January 14 that the coronavirus was not a human-to-human infection, whereas it was not.

Trump further said that I was criticized a lot while I said that we are going to stop flights from China. The WHO was wrong in many ways. Trump also said that his government is working to provide new treatments and medicines without delay.

Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has threatened to block the funds of the global body. In a regular press conference at the White House, Trump said, “We are going to stop the money being given to WHO.”

We will see that it should be strictly prohibited. If it works then that’s a good thing. Every information we received was wrong, which is not right. ‚ÄĚTrump also condemned the initial guidelines issued by the WHO to prevent the spread of the epidemic.

India-USA Relationship: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped America with Hydroxychloroquine drug

India-USA Relationship
India-USA Relationship

Trump thanked India! The US President also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the decision on the export of hydroxychloroquine in the wake of the global coronavirus epidemic.

The US President said that our national reserves are now equipped with about 30 million hydrochlorchloroquine drugs. Addressing a press conference, Trump said, “I would like to thank the Prime Minister of India that we requested him after the problem.”

Earlier, President Trump thanked India in a tweet and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his strong leadership. Trump had said that extraordinary times also require close cooperation between friends.

AMERICA IS DYING!

India-USA Relationship
India-USA Relationship

Coronavirus is taking the name of havoc in America. Despite all the efforts of the government, the death toll continues to grow. In New York, 799 people have died in the past 24 hours, although Governor Andrew Cuomo said the epidemic was stabilizing.

New York Governor Cuomo said 779 people have died here in the last 24 hours. After this, the death toll from COVID-19 in New York State has increased to 6,268. While on Monday, 731 people died due to coronavirus.

At the same time, for the second consecutive day in the US, the death toll of the coronavirus has remained beyond 2000, while so far more than 14000 people have died. The number of virus-infected people has exceeded four lakhs.

The governor said that New York is suffering the worst of the deadly coronavirus epidemic of America. New York accounts for half of the Coronavirus deaths nationwide. Despite the increase in cases, the rate of people coming to the hospital due to social distancing continues to decrease.

India-USA Relationship
India-USA Relationship

He said that if the hospital system remains stable for the next two weeks, the need for temporary hospitals will be minimized. A convention center and a hospital onboard a US Navy ship have been built in the field in Central Park to treat the patients.

On Monday, the governor extended statewide lockdown and non-urgent occupations and schools until April 29. He has once again appealed to people to stay in their homes and not to move out unless absolutely necessary.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the death toll in New York could be higher because many deaths at home are not being counted. Meanwhile, preliminary data released on Wednesday showed that people in New York’s Latino and African-American communities are dying at a higher rate of COVID-19 than others.

According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of corona virus-infected patients has crossed 1.5 million globally, while a total of more than 88,000 people have died so far. Besides, three million people infected with the virus have been cured worldwide.

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Aakash Mishra

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