Published On: Fri, Sep 27th, 2019

India has given peace not war to the world: Modi at UN

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India has given to the world peace in the name of Buddha and not war (Yudha) and for the sake of humanity he urged the world leaders in United Nations to unite against terrorism.

Without referring Pakistan even a single time the PM added while addressing before the UN General Assembly that terrorism is one of the biggest challenges now for the entire world.

Apart from terrorism Modi also talked about other broader issues including poverty alleviation, renewable energy, India’s progress, lessons learned and climate change.

He further said, “The very core of our approach is public welfare through public participation and this public welfare is not just for India but for the entire world.”

To project universal values practiced by India he named Gautam Buddha, Mahatma Gandhi and Tamil poet Kariyan Pungundranar.

He quoted Kariyan saying, “We belong to all places, and to everyone.”

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his address to the UNGA that Christians and Muslims are not safe in Kashmir and entire India.

Khan recalled the Gujarat riots of 2002 an said it was a program against the Muslims.

India has given peace not war to the world: Modi at UN

Replying to Khan’s UN speech India’s first secretary at the Indian mission, Vidisha Maitra, said the Pakistan PM is trying to play a wild card as newfound champion of human rights.

She added that the threat of Khan of unleashing nuclear devastation qualifies not as statesmanship but brinkmanship.

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