Pak PM's 'hate speech' at UN to backfire Imran Khan? | Big Debate

28 Sep 2019 06:42 PM

Pak PM's 'hate speech' at UN to backfire Imran Khan? | Big Debate

Updated 28 Sep 2019 06:42 PM

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi's engagements on the UNGA sidelines were development oriented and his address at the top world forum was dignified and statesman-like, Pakistan resorted to jingoism, warmongering, and misuse of the highest global platform.

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted: "PM @narendramodi engagements at #UNGA : Climate change, universal health, sanitation, interaction with Fortune 500 companies, Bloomberg's Economic Forum, Mahatma Gandhi, bilateral meetings, CARICOM & Pacific Islands plurilaterals, a dignified & statesman-like address at the #UNGA." 

 Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday held out threats of a conventional war between the two nuclear-armed neighbours spinning out of control and the radicalisation of Muslims in India and around the world in his address to the General Assembly.

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