PM modi targets China and pakistan without taking names

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New Delhi, 25/9:Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the United Nations General Assembly today, fiercely targeted Pakistan and China without naming them. Without naming Pakistan, the PM said that the countries which are using terrorism as a political tool, they have to understand that terrorism is an equally big threat to them. Not only this, the PM, while referring to sea security and expansionism, said that the sea is the common heritage of all and it needs to be saved.

Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, PM Modi said, ‘It is necessary to ensure that the soil of Afghanistan is not used for spreading terrorism or there is no terrorist incident there. We also have to be careful that the delicate situation there should not be used by any country as a tool for its selfishness.

 

Modi told Pakistan a lot in gestures. “Countries that use terrorism as a political tool may be forgetting that terrorism is an equally big threat to them,” he said. We need the help of the people, women, children and minorities of Afghanistan at this time and in this we have to fulfill our responsibility.

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