PM Modi's message in the United Nations, says 'Our country gave Buddha to the world, not war ...'

Sep 28 2019 09:14 AM
PM Modi's message in the United Nations, says 'Our country gave Buddha to the world, not war ...'

New York: PM Narendra Modi gave a historic speech on Friday in the United Nations. PM Modi gave a global message to the whole world against terrorism. PM Modi did not take the name of Pakistan in his speech, but gave a strong message to him from the global stage. Showing a mirror to the whole world, PM Modi said that terrorism, which has spread all over the world, is not in anyone's interest. There is both seriousness and anger in our voice against terrorism. Terrorism is a challenge for humanity.

PM Modi gave the message of humanity to the whole world and said, "We belong to a country that has given the world Buddh (Buddha's message of peace), not 'Yuddh' (war). When we raise our voice against terror, it is with seriousness and anger." PM Modi said, "The world divided in the name of terror hurts the principles on which the United Nations is born. Therefore, I consider it imperative for the whole world to be united against terror for the sake of humanity.  "

PM Modi said, "The topics that India is raising, the new international forums that India has come forward to build, are the basis of international challenges, international topics and collective efforts to solve serious problems." PM Modi further said that, "When a developing country successfully operates the world's largest health insurance scheme, providing free treatment up to Rs 5 lakh per year to 50 crore people, then the sensitive arrangements made with it are fulfilled Show the world a new path. "

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