We have given the Buddha, not war; Narendra Modi’s strong speech in the UN

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Narendra Modi

New York: The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi while addressing the session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, said that India has not given but a message of peace war to the world. In a 17-minute address, Modi said that terrorism is a challenge not for any country but the whole world, so it is necessary for the whole world to be united and united. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called on all countries to stand together against terrorism. Terrorism is not a problem that affects just one country, it affects all nations, he said. Modi was speaking at the 74th UN General Assembly.

The world’s largest democracy has voted for me and my government. The second came to power again with the largest majority. That is why I can come before you today,” he said.

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