Ahead of the US President Donald Trump's most awaited visit to India, terror organization Jaish-e-Mohammad(JeM) has released a video in which they have called for "revenge".
In the video, the organization has warned the Indian government and said: "the killers would not be forgiven". "The way you harassed the Muslims and destroyed their settlements will be avengedâ€¦ We have heard a lot of lullabies on peace... now every excuse has gone... it's time to see things 'unrestrained'," the person on the video can be heard.
This video gained a lot of importance as many corporates were hoping that Trump's visit might change the situation of the markets. Everyone is hoping that many Americal companies might invest in India.
India is seeking exemption from high duties imposed by the US on certain steel and aluminum products as well as the resumption of benefits on tariff on certain products under their Generalised System of Preferences (GSP).
On the other hand, India also wants to pressure the US to facilitate big market access for the Agriculture, automobile, auto components and engineering sectors in the US market.
Talking about the exports and imports India's exports to the US was $52.4 billion for the financial year 2018-19, while the imports stood at $35.5 billion. There was a dip in the trade deficit from $ 21.3 billion in 2017-18 to $16.9 billion in 2018-19.