Boris Johnson is a British politician. Visit to India: In a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised that Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi, the two men accused of defrauding banks, would be extradited to India. He stated that these individuals could not be extradited to India due to legal issues. ‘There are some legal issues when it comes to extradition cases,’ Boris Johnson said. His extradition has been ordered by the UK government. People who want to use our legal system to get out of India will not be welcomed. Aside from that, he addressed the issue of Khalistani extremists in the United Kingdom.
“We are of the firm belief that we will not tolerate extremist groups that pose any threat to other countries,” Boris Johnson said. pose a threat to India. In order to assist India, we have formed an anti-extremist task force. Our friendship, according to Johnson, is like a lighthouse in the midst of the world’s ocean of storms. Harsh Shringla, India’s Foreign Secretary, also spoke about the situation. He stated that the issue of economic fugitives has been raised with the UK for some time. He stated that we want such fugitives returned to India so that they can face the legal system. This topic was brought up during the bilateral meeting.
Putin will never be able to sway public opinion in Ukraine: Johnson
Following his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Boris Johnson addressed the issue of Ukraine. PM Modi stated that we believe the ongoing conflict in Ukraine should be put to an end immediately and that the issue should be resolved through dialogue. Putin, according to Johnson, will never be able to win over the Ukrainian people’s hearts and minds. Johnson also stated that Putin has a large army and that his only option is to continue crushing them with weapons. Significantly, western countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States have been pressuring India to condemn Russia for the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
There were also announcements about the strengthening of economic ties.
During this time, the British Prime Minister also discussed strengthening economic ties with India. He has stated that he will take steps to assist New Delhi in moving away from its reliance on Russia by expanding economic and defence ties. Johnson stated that the UK would grant India an open general export licence, reducing defence procurement delivery times.