Indian PM Modi’s speech at the UN General Assembly was silent on critical international issues.

Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram said that that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly was quiet on basic worldwide issues.

He expressed the speech was separated from the truth of a small minded, partitioned, merciless, and financially failing India, locked in disputes with every one of its neighbors.

The Indian Prime Minister made no notice of issues, for example, Kashmir, the Middle East, particularly the Palestine question, just as environmental change.

Munir Akram while mentioning to Modi’s show off about the changes he had presented, including freeing of 600 million individuals from open crap, said the world isn’t interested on the number of Indians crap in public

Since August 5, 2019, India has gone under heavy analysis from the UN and other worldwide human rights associations and the media for its harsh occupation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and

Kashmir, its terrible human rights violations of the Kashmir people, and removing of its minorities, including a large number of Muslims.

While tending to the UNGA meeting, Prime minister Khan cautioned India against doing any misfortune, he stated. “It will be met by a country that is prepared to battle till the end for its freedom.”

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