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Narendra Modi Takes a Dig on Pakistan on Terror Terms:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the United Nations that India is on Buddha not Yudha (Peace but not War). Modi turned quite furious and issued a warning to Pakistan who has been keen on spreading terrorism across the border. In a short address before the UN General Assembly, Modi did not refer directly to Pakistan but he said that it is their responsibility to fight against the evil named terrorism. He called terrorism as the biggest challenge for every country.
Modi's speech dealt with border issues, poverty alleviation and progress of India in various fields. Modi said that India has worked towards strengthening its centuries-old great tradition of fraternity among nations in the last five years. He named Mahatma Gandhi, Buddha and Tamil poet Kariyan Pungundranar and their values which made the country a strong force. Modi's speech was a counter to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan who was present at the meeting.
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