New Delhi:�A day after Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit said that talks between India and Pakistan were �suspended�, the Congress on Friday took pot shots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's policy towards Pakistan.
�Pakistan adding insult to injury; they have the audacity to 'suspend dialogue' after terror attacks on India. Shame on BJP and Modi,� Congress spokesman Sanjay Jha tweeted.
Comparing Modi to English cricketer Ben Stokes, who conceded four sixes on consecutive balls in the T20 World Cup final against West Indies, Jha posted: �Modi Ji is the Ben Stokes (apologies, my friend) on India's foreign policy, especially with reference to Pakistan.�
�The ultimate laughing stock are those lazy experts who called his 56 inch utterances as 'Modi Doctrine' on foreign policy,� Jha posted on social media.
�All myopic thinking heads who sang paeans on Modi's 'personal chemistry' diplomacy are also part of Comedy Central,� he added.
Jha said he wouldn't be surprised if the Modi government outsources its foreign policy.
�Don't be surprised if this clownish Modi Sarkar, that has caused India the greatest embarrassment post-1947, outsources foreign policy,� Jha said.
Former diplomat and now Janata Dal-United MP Pavan K. Varma called Modi's Pakistan policy as �strategic confusion�.
�The pathetic display of strategic confusion by the BJP government towards Pakistan compromises both our national security and international image,� Varma tweeted. (IANS)