The rice can make the difference. The rice:water ratio can make the difference.
I don't know the figures for Jasmine, but quite famously half the bags of Basmati sold are not, in fact, Basmati. See The Great Rice Scam.
The images shown on that site give the impression they do aim for 'slightly sticky' so you can pick up with chopsticks.
First tests would be…
Reduce your water content.
Let it sit an additional 15 minutes once finished.
Experiment with leaving the lid on vs removing it & placing a sheet of kitchen roll over the top with the lid on just enough to hold it flat. [Greek/Turkish method]
Personally, I never rinse rice & I never use anything other than a regular saucepan. Perfect rice every time, in 30 minutes.
1 : 1.6 rice : water. [more than a pressure cooker of course]
Drop boiling water onto ready-salted rice in a pre-heated pan. This causes a flash boil which immediately separates the grains.
Quick stir once. Heat to minimum, lid on.
15 minutes at lowest heat.
Switch off. Leave 15 minutes more.