PM Modi asks Pakistan to stay away from terrorism, says India cannot walk the path of peace alone

Modi also said that he has agreed with the US President Elect Donald Trump to keep building on gains in our strategic partnership

PM Modi asks Pakistan to stay away from terrorism, says India cannot walk the path of peace alone

Alleging Pakistan for its continuous support to terror activities Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the neighbour to stay away from terrorism.

Inaugurating the second edition of Raisina Dialogue, Modi said that India cannot walk the path of peace alone.

“Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants to walk towards dialogue with India. I had also travelled to Lahore but India alone cannot walk the path of peace,” he said.


“Those in our neighbours who support violence, hatred and export terror stand isolated and ignored,” he added.

Addressing the delegates of the flagship geo-political conference, Modi also  said that he is committed to transform India for prosperity of Indians.

"In May 2014, people of India ushered in a new normal. My fellow Indians spoke in one voice to entrusted my government with mandate of change," Modi was quoted saying in media reports.



Talking about the India-US relations, Modi said that he has agreed with the US President Elect Donald Trump to keep building on gains in our strategic partnership.