Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi

Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi
Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi
Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi
Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi

Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi

Those who gave us terror attacks, what is their condition: PM Modi

India’s Strong Stand Against Terrorism: PM Modi’s Assertion

In a bold statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi underscored India’s unwavering stance against terrorism during his address at the News 18 Rising Bharat Summit 2024. Referring to the Balakot airstrikes in 2019 as a response to the Pulwama terror attack, Modi emphasized that the new India does not tolerate terrorism but instead teaches a lesson to those who perpetrate such violence.

Confronting Cross-Border Terrorism: India’s Assertive Approach

Modi’s remarks included a veiled criticism of Pakistan for its support of cross-border terrorism, highlighting India’s consistent demand for credible action to end this menace. He pointed out that the world is witnessing the consequences faced by those who have sponsored terror attacks against India.Terrorism emanating from territories under Pakistan’s control remains a central concern in bilateral relations, while Pakistan itself grapples with a severe economic crisis marked by high inflation, depleting foreign reserves, and mounting debt.

Modi’s government presented its performance report of the last decade, outlining plans for the next 25 years and the initial 100 days of its third term. With Lok Sabha polls approaching, Modi expressed confidence in the BJP-led NDA’s victory, stressing ongoing efforts to combat corruption and uplift millions out of poverty.

Employing technology to root out corruption, Modi highlighted instances of money trails being exposed, including the discovery of stashed cash in unlikely places. He proudly noted that 25 crore people had risen out of poverty in the last decade, with India’s economy ascending to the fifth largest globally and its forex reserves surpassing $700 billion.

India’s Ascendancy: Recognized on the Global Stage

Modi concluded by asserting that the 21st century is India’s century, citing global recognition of India’s transformative journey over the past decade. He emphasized the need for sustained progress and reiterated India’s pivotal role in shaping the future.

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