Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday targeted China and Pakistan at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. However, without naming these countries, PM Modi attacked fiercely about terrorism and expansionism. In such a situation, Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has targeted PM Modi with a tweet. He said that after all, what is the shame in taking names?
In fact, PM Modi surrounded China, Pakistan in gestures in the United Nations but avoided taking their names. Regarding this, Subramanian Swamy says that what is the shame in taking the names of these countries from the big stage? By the way, this is not the first time that Subramanian Swamy has targeted the central government or PM Modi. Even before this, he has been tweeting on the Modi government regarding all the issues.
The PM raised the issue of Afghanistan in the General Assembly. He said that Afghan land should not be used against anyone.
Giving a strong message to Pakistan regarding terrorism and Afghanistan, PM Modi said that the countries which are using terrorism as a political weapon, they have to understand that terrorism is not good for anyone, it is equally big for them themselves. There is danger.
PM Modi said that we also have to be alert that the situation in Afghanistan is delicate, no country should use it as a tool for its selfishness. At this time the people of Afghanistan need help, in this, we have to fulfill our responsibility. your 20 minutes PM Modi in a speech in Hindi called on the international community to help Afghanistan’s women, children, and minorities.
Let us inform that without naming China’s growing influence in the Indo-Pacific, PM Modi also emphasized this time that the oceans have to be saved from the “race of expansion”. In fact, there has been a long-standing competition between India and China for influence in the Indian Ocean. PM Modi’s talk of maritime security is being seen by connecting it to China itself. In the last several years, it has been seen that China is increasing its activities with great aggression in the South China Sea.