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Sunday, September 26, 2021

Terrorists should improve: PM Modi slams Pakistan from UN platform; warns china

Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed Pakistan while addressing the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday. Without taking names, he said that the perpetrators of terrorism should be reformed. Because countries that are using terrorism as a political tool have to understand, it poses an equally great threat to them. In his address, Modi warned the world on the issue of Afghanistan. He said that the world has to ensure that the soil of Afghanistan is not used for terrorist activities.

Laughtered Pakistan fiercely:

In his address, Modi lashed out at Pakistan on terrorism. He said that while India is preparing to send 75 indigenously made satellites into space in the 75th year of its independence, some countries are using terrorism as a political tool. PM Modi further said that today the world is facing the threat of orthodox thinking and extremism.

Warned the world on Afghanistan:

The Prime Minister also spoke on the Afghanistan issue and said that his soil should not be used for terrorism. We need to be careful that no country should try to use the delicate situation there for its own benefit. At this time the people of Afghanistan, women, minorities etc. need help and we have to fulfill our responsibility.

Advised the United Nations:

In his address, the Prime Minister also gave advice to the United Nations. He explained it by quoting the thought of India's famous diplomat Chanakya. Chanakya had said centuries ago that when the right work is not done at the right time, then only time thwarts the success of that work. Therefore, the United Nations has to reform itself. Many questions are arising. These questions have been deepened by Covid, terrorism and the Afghan crisis.

China warned:

In his address, Modi also targeted China indirectly. Our oceans are also our common heritage, he said. These have to be saved from being captured by force of expansion and strength. The world has to raise its voice in unison. India's initiative during India's presidency in the Security Council points to this. In fact, in the Indian and Pacific Ocean, China plans to increase its dominance through new moves every day.

Told the strength of democracy in India:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, I am representing a country which has the pride of Mother of Democracy. Our thousands of years old tradition of democracy. On this 15th August, India entered its 75th year of independence. Our diversity is the hallmark of our strong democracy. A country with dozens of languages. There are hundreds of dialects, different lifestyles and food. This is the strength of India's democracy that a small child who once used to help his father at the T-stall of a railway station. He is addressing the UNGA for the fourth time today as the Prime Minister of India.

Invitation to vaccine producers from all over the world to visit India:

Modi said that India's vaccination platform Covin is providing service to millions of people to get the vaccine. India, which lives on the statement of Seva Paramo Dharma, is today engaged in the welfare of the whole world. I want to tell the UN that India has prepared the world's first DNA vaccine, which can be administered to people above 12 years of age. Scientists in India are also engaged in making an RNA vaccine. India has once again started giving vaccine to the needy of the world. I also invite vaccine producers from around the world today. Come Make Vaccine in India.

When India develops, the world changes:

Addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that when India develops, the world changes. When India grows, the world grows. He said, our thousands of years of great tradition of democracy marked the entry of India into its 75th year of independence on this 15th of August. He said that our diversity is the hallmark of our strong democracy. A country which has dozens of languages, hundreds of dialects, different lifestyles and food. This is what democracy looks like.