‘One Nation’ Responsible For Spreading Terror In South Asia: PM Modi

In a sharp attack on Pakistan at the G20 summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that “one single nation” in South Asia is spreading “agents of terror”. He asserted that those who sponsor the menace must be sanctioned and isolated. During the concluding session of the meeting of the world’s 20 strong economies. Modi said for India a terrorist is a terrorist.

PM Modi in an apparent reference to Pakistan urged world leaders to isolate and sanction supporters of terrorism. I urge the international community to act in unity and respond against terrorism,” PM Modi said. He said India has a zero policy towards terrorism. He also told G20 leaders that anything less than that would be just npot enoughto curb and contain terrorism.

He also mentioned that he appreciates the G20’s initiative on combating the financing of terrorism and asserted that all countries should meet the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards.

Modi’s remarks came a day after India called on other BRICS members to intensify joint efforts to combat terrorism. In an apparent reference to Pakistan, Modi had yesterday demanded “coordinated actions” by the grouping to “isolate supporters and sponsors of terror”.

 

 

 

 

In a sharp attack on Pakistan at the G20 summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that "one single nation" in South Asia is spreading "agents of terror". He asserted that those who sponsor the menace must be sanctioned and isolated. During the concluding session of the meeting of the world's 20 strong economies. Modi said for India a terrorist is a terrorist. PM Modi in an apparent reference to Pakistan urged world leaders to isolate and sanction supporters of terrorism. I urge the international community to act in unity and respond against terrorism," PM Modi said. He said India has a zero policy towards terrorism. He also told G20 leaders that anything less than that would be just npot enoughto curb and contain terrorism. He also mentioned that he appreciates the G20's initiative on combating the financing of terrorism and asserted that all countries should meet the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards. Modi's remarks came a day after India called on other BRICS members to intensify joint efforts to combat terrorism. In an apparent reference to Pakistan, Modi had yesterday demanded "coordinated actions" by the grouping to "isolate supporters and sponsors of terror".