'No one clapped,' Chidambaram taunts PM Modi's UNGA address

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the UN General Assembly on the last day of his US visit last Saturday. BJP President JP Nadda termed PM Modi's address as a matter of pride for the country but Congress leader P. Chidambaram has taken a dig at it. Besides him, Congress leader Kapil Sibal has cornered the UP and Assam CM on the pretext of PM Modi's statement. In fact, Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP P. Chidambaram tweeted, "Only a few seats were full during PM Modi's address. No one even clapped after PM Modi's address.''

You can see Chidambaram tweeted, "When PM Modi addressed the UN General Assembly, I was very disappointed that only a few seats were full. And even more frustrating was when no one clapped. India's permanent mission to the United Nations has been messed up.'' On the other hand, Congress leader Kapil Sibal wrote in a tweet, "Speaking in UNGA, PM Modi described India as the mother of all democracy, I hope Yogi Ji (UP CM Yogi Adityanath) and Himanta Biswa Sharma (Chief Minister of Assam) are listening.'' Let me tell you all that at the UN General Assembly, PM Modi told a lot about Pakistan and its Prime Minister Imran Khan without naming.

He said, "Whoever is using terrorism has to understand that it is an equally big threat to them.'' Referring to the situation in Afghanistan, PM Modi said that we also need to be vigilant that no country tries to use the fragile situation there as a tool for its own selfish reasons. Let me tell you all that today Prime Minister Modi is returning to India after completing his three-day visit to the US. He will arrive in Delhi by 11:30 pm today.

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