Donald Trump has once again attacked India over tariffs on US products. Trump said India has had a field day with the tariffs. India has imposed retaliatory tariffs on 28 US products

US President Donald Trump has once again attacked India over tariffs imposed on US products. Trump tweeted on similar lines like he did two weeks ago ahead of the G20 Summit and said that the tariffs are "no longer acceptable".

"India has long had a field day putting Tariffs on American products. No longer acceptable!," wrote Donald Trump on Twitter on Tuesday.

On June 27, ahead of his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Trump had tweeted, "I look forward to speaking with Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi about the fact that India, for years having put very high Tariffs against the United States, just recently increased the Tariffs even further. This is unacceptable and the Tariffs must be withdrawn!"

Trump has repeatedly hit out at India after the Modi government imposed retaliatory tariffs on 28 US products.

India has raised tariffs on 28 items, including almond, pulses and walnut, exported from the US in retaliation to America's withdrawal of preferential access for Indian products.

The Trump administration wants Prime Minister Modi to lower the trade barriers and embrace "fair and reciprocal" trade.

Trump has also criticised India's high import tariff on the iconic Harley Davidson motorcycles as "unacceptable" though acknowledging that his "good friend" Prime Minister Modi has reduced it from 100 per cent to 50 per cent.

Last February, India slashed the customs duty on imported motorcycles like Harley-Davidson to 50 per cent after Trump called it "unfair" and threatened to increase the tariff on import of Indian bikes to the US.