Modi asks Pakistan to distance itself from terrorism, if wants health relation with India

Narendra Modi

New Delhi: The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi today advised its neighboring country Pakistan to distance itself from terrorism if they want to establish dialogue for healthy relation with India.




Modi during his inaugural address at the second edition of the “Raisina Dialogure”, India’s flagship geo-political conference said, “India alone cannot walk the path of peace. It also has to be Pakistan’s journey to make. Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants t walk towards dialogue with India.”




India has stopped all kind of talks with Pakistan after the September 18th attack on the Indian army camp in the Uri town of Jammu and Kashmir that left near about 19 soldiers were dead and the retaliatory attack of the Indian Army on terrorists launching-pads across the Line of Control (LoC) in the intervening night of the 28 and 29 September after which the relations between the two countries are at the all time low.




On other hand, India declined to attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Summit (SAARC) to be held in Islamabad on November after which several other nations decided not to attend the summit which resulted in cancellation of the SAARC.

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