PM Modi takes a swipe at Pakistan at UNGA: ‘Those using terrorism as political tool …’

Pm Modi Takes A Swipe At Pakistan At Unga: 'Those Using
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at UNGA:’Those using terrorism as political tool …’ Taking a swipe at Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi at UN General Assembly on Saturday said countries ought to stop’using terrorism as a political tool ‘. His remarks comes at a time when Pakistan has advised the worldwide community not to isolate the Taliban in Afghanistan, but rather reinforce the existing Afghan government for the sake of individuals.

“The threat of regressive thinking and extremism is rising worldwide,” PM Modi said at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). “Those who use terrorism as a political tool ought to understand that terrorism is unsafe for them too,” PM Modi stated.

Hours prior to PM’s speech, India had actually offered a strong response to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan bringing up the Kashmir issue at the UNGA.

PM also Modi called for a wider worldwide reaction versus terrorism, and likewise asked nations to work towards keeping the world’s shipping lanes devoid of “expansionism”.

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“It is definitely necessary to guarantee that Afghanistan’s area is not utilized to spread terrorism and for terrorist activities,” he said. “We also require to make sure that no country attempts to benefit from the delicate circumstance in Afghanistan and utilize it for its own selfish interests.

In a considerate tone, PM Modi also stated that the minorities in Afghanistan need to be helped. “In Afghanistan, minorities need aid. We ought to satisfy our responsibility …”

Addressing the 76th UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Modi likewise said that in order to reinforce the rules-based world order, the international community needs to speak in unison, in an evident reference to China which is flexing its military muscles in the Indo-Pacific.

“Our oceans are likewise the lifeline of worldwide trade. We should safeguard them from the race for growth. The international community needs to speak in one voice to strengthen a rule-based world order. We must remember that we can use ocean resources, but not abuse them. The world must secure the oceans from expansionism and keep maritime trade free,” PM Modi said.

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