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Pak should ditch terrorism, if want dialogue with India: PM Modi

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth SrivastavaBy Samarth Srivastava

Published on 17 Jan 2017 1:13 PM GMT

Pak should ditch terrorism, if want dialogue with India: PM Modi
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New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that the neighbouring nation should stop promoting terrorism on its soil if it want dialogue with India.

"Those neighbours who support terror stand exposed and ignored," said PM Modi addressing at the inauguration of second Raisina Dialogue.

"Not unnatural for two neighbouring powers to have differences," said PM Modi over India-China ties.

What else PM Modi said?

  • I see the rise of India & China as an unmatched economic opportunity for our two countries and for the whole world.
  • Our belief in de-linking terrorism from religion, and rejecting artificial distinctions between good and bad terrorism, are now a global talking point.
  • We also brought the international community together to create an ISA, to harness the energy of sun to propel human growth.
  • Our economic and political rise represents a regional and global opportunity of great significance.
  • We have an ambitious agenda and an equally aggressive target to generate 175 giga watts from renewable energy
  • Donald Trump and I have agreed to keep building on our strategic partnership
  • We were a credible first responder during earthquake in Nepal, evacuation from Yemen & during humanitarian crises in Maldives & Fiji.
  • Russia is an abiding friend. President Putin and I have held long conversations.
  • My vision for our neighbourhood puts premium on peaceful and harmonious ties with entire South Asia
  • Our choices and actions are based on the strength of our power.
  • Our strategic power is based on realism, co-existence, cooperation and partnership.
  • With Bangladesh, we have achieved greater convergence and political understanding and significantly, the Land and Maritime Boundaries
  • In Bhutan, our overall engagement in energy and stability is key.
  • That vision had led us to invite SAARC leaders including Pakistan for my swearing in.

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth Srivastava

Employed as sub-editor at newstrack.com. A learner, who loves covering sports, entertainment and defence kind of stuff.

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