A true statesman: Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s speech at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday has met praise from some leading political leaders from beyond the country.
- Top political leaders praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his conversation at UN
- Amit Shah said PM Modi summed up India’s cultural ethos, purposes in his speech
- Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi stated that there is no comparison between PM Modi and Pakistan PM Imran Khan
PM Modi spoke on a host of problems reaching from weather protection, fighting terrorism, global peace to his government’s efforts at improving the marginalised.
A true statesman Presenting India’s message of harmony and peace to the world, PM Modi said the world leaders that India provided the world ‘Buddh’ and not ‘Yuddh’.
Home Minister Amit Shah was between top leaders who lauded PM Modi and his “historic speech at UNGA.” He complimented the prime minister speaks
In another tweet, Amit Shah said that PM Modi
Union minister Jitendra Singh said that PM Modi’s speech raised “India’s status as, not only the largest but also the greatest democracy in the world. He tweeted,
While calling PM Modi the “finest statesman”, Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said in a tweet,
Bharatiya Janata Party leader Babul Supriyo tweeted, “PM Narendra Modiji’s speech at UNGA
was all about three critical issues which the world too is concerned about
Taking a dig at Pakistan, Congress leader and lawyer Abhishek Singhvi said that there is no comparison between India and Pakistan, PM Modi and Imran Khan.
PM Modi started his 15-min speech by referring to schemes implemented by his government and projects that would his administration plans to undertake.
While PM Narendra Modi spoke about terrorism, he skipped mentioning Pakistan — a deliberate move.
This was the second time PM Narendra Modi was addressing the United Nations, General Assembly. He last sent the annual global forum in 2014 when he first became prime minister.