PM Modi's Veiled Shot At Pakistan, Country Uses Terrorism As A Political Weapon
The situation in Afghanistan is delicate, according to Prime Minister Modi, who also stated that the country's soil should not be utilised to attack another country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the United Nations General Assembly that any government that uses terrorism as a political tool must understand that it will suffer from the same tool that it is inflicting on others. The situation in Afghanistan is delicate, and women, children, and minorities in the country require assistance, according to Prime Minister Modi. “Afghanistan is in a delicate situation. It is important to ensure that Afghanistan does not become a safe haven for terrorists. We have a responsibility towards children and women living there,” PM Modi said.
In the current state of Afghanistan, following the Taliban's takeover on August 15, it was expected that PM Modi would address the problem on a global stage, especially after India labelled Pakistan an "arsonist" country the day before.
Several times during his address, he brought up the subject of terrorism. PM Modi elaborated on India's scientific accomplishments, saying that science-based rational thought is the best approach to combat regressive thinking and extremism, which are increasingly becoming a menace to the world.