Modi says terrorism is hub in India’s neighbourhood

Washington: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi after completing his successful trip of United States said in a statement that terrorism being the hub in India’s neighbourhood.

Without particularly naming Pakistan he took a dig indirectly naming India’s neighbour to be responsibly for terrorism.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for Mexico for the fifth and final leg of his five-nation tour after wrapping up his visit to the US.

Indian PM has pressed for action without making any distinction against groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Taliban and ISIS who share the “same philosophy of hate, murder and killings”.

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Modi who addressed joint sitting of the US Congress in Washington, said that terrorism should be fought with “one voice”, he gave his statement during his speech at American Parliament.

The Prime Minster has send a clear message by refusing to “reward” those who preach and practice terrorism for political gain, and request to block the sale of 8F-16 fighter jest to Pakistan.

During his 45 minutes speech, he covered all major issues of the growing relationship between India and US. PM has taken up all important key issues like Strategic ties and civil nuclear cooperation’s.

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Dressed in trademark white kurta pyjama and grey-coloured half-jacket, Modi was warmly received by the American politicians and lawmakers who interrupted his address more than 40 times to cheer him, a few times by standing.

When his predecessor Manmohan Singh addressed the US Congress in 2005, his speech was applauded 33 times, according to Sanjay Baru, who was the Media Adviser to the then Prime Minister.

Later, Modi arrived in Mexcio from the US on the fifth and final leg of his five-nation tour.


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