Modi accuses Pakistan of spreading terror at G20 meet
Speaking at the G20 Summit in China, PM Modi urged the international community to act in unity and take action against terrorism
Without naming Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told members at the G20 summit that they must isolate and sanction the “one single nation in South Asia” that is spreading “agents of terror” in the region, Indian Express has reported.
Modi also urged the participating countries to have a policy of zero-tolerance towards graft and black money.
“Indeed one single nation in South Asia is spreading these agents of terror in countries of our region,” Modi was quoted as saying. “We expect the international community to speak and act in unity, and to respond with urgency to fight this menace. Those who sponsor and support terrorism must be isolated and sanctioned, not rewarded… For us a terrorist is a terrorist.”
Speaking at the G20 Summit in China, PM Modi urged the international community to act in unity and take action against terrorism.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson, Vikas Swarup, said the prime minister also made a similar pitch at an informal gathering of Brics nations a day earlier.