Fragmented world in interest of no one, claims Modi


Observer Report

New York

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Friday as people protested outside against the lockdown in occupied Kashmir.
Modi, in his address in Hindi, told world leaders that India’s “voice against terrorism to alert the world about its evil rings with seriousness and outrage”.
“For the sake of humanity, it is imperative that the world unites against terrorism,” he said. “The face of the world is changing, modern technology is bringing about sweeping changes in different spheres of life. In such a situation, a fragmented world is in the interest of no one.”

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