PM Modi at UN calls terrorism biggest challenge of the world| Fatafat News

28 Sep 2019 07:18 AM

PM Modi at UN calls terrorism biggest challenge of the world| Fatafat News

Updated 28 Sep 2019 07:18 AM

 In a strong message against terror, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday that India has given the world the message of peace, "Buddha", and not war, "yuddh", and that is why its voice not only carries seriousness when it alerts the world against terrorism, but anger too -- in an oblique reference to the terrorism wrought in India by Pakistan-backed elements.
Addressing the 74th UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Modi also said that a "world divided on the issue of terror" harms the very principles on which the UN was created.
He called for the world to unite against terror for the sake of humanity.

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