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IndiaBRICS Summit: PM Modi calls Pakistan 'mother-ship of terror'

BRICS Summit: PM Modi calls Pakistan ‘mother-ship of terror’

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PM Modi strongly condemned the mindset proclaiming justification of terror for political gains at the BRICS Summit in Goa today.

In a scathing attack, PM Narendra Modi used the platform of BRICS Summit to condemn the acts of terror and growing violence brewing in 's neighbourhood.

“The most serious direct threat to our eco-prosperity is from terrorism,” Modi said. He said that tragically its mother-ship is a country in India's neighbourhood, hinting directly at Pakistan without any mention.

PAK'S ROLE IN TERROR

Highlighting Pakistan's role apart from sponsoring terror, Modi said, “Terror modules around the are linked to this mother-ship. This country not just shelters terrorists. It nurtures a mindset.”

Talking about the threat caused by terror, PM Modi said that the growing arc of terrorism today threatens Middle East, West Asia, Europe and South Asia.

CALL FOR CONDEMNATION

Renouncing mindset advocating use of terrorism for political benefits, PM Modi said, “This country nurtures a mindset which loudly proclaims that terrorism is justified for political gains. It's a mindset that we strongly condemn.”

Calling for action against such a mindset, Modi said, “We as BRICS need to stand and act together.”

“BRICS country must work together for early adoption of CCIT and step up practical cooperation against terrorism,” Modi said.

 

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