PM Modi's US visit ended, tweeted this before returning to India
PM Modi's US visit ended, tweeted this before returning to India

In a 22-minute address to the UN General Assembly last Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted India's idea of power in terms of science, technology, cultural problem-solving capabilities on a "unique" scale. Let me tell you all that last Saturday was the last day of PM Modi's three-day visit to the US. PM Modi left for India after his speech at UNGA. Before returning to India, Prime Minister Modi first tweeted about the completion of his US visit.


In his tweet, he wrote, "Over the last few days, have had productive bilateral and multilateral engagements, interaction with CEOs and the UN address. I am confident the India-USA relationship will grow even stronger in the years to come. Our rich people-to-people linkages are among our strongest assets.'' Let me tell you that last Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan for his harsh rhetoric targeting India without naming Pakistan. ''What will retrograde thinking countries say that are using terrorism as a political tool,'' he said. In fact, last Saturday, PM Modi was speaking at the UN General Assembly in New York. In the meantime, he described Pakistan as a victim and described it as a "wrongly implicated country between US global double standards."

What Imran Khan said: In the past, Imran Khan had said, "For some reason, the current situation in Afghanistan has been attributed to Pakistan by politicians in America, some politicians in Europe. From this forum, I want to tell them all. I believe that when we joined the US war on terrorism after 9/11, the country that suffered the most, apart from Afghanistan, is Pakistan."

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