PM Narendra Modi referred to Pakistan as the “mother ship” of terrorism
PM Narendra Modi referred to Pakistan as the “mother ship” of terrorism during the BRICS leaders’ conference in Goa on Sunday, and he reaffirmed his position.
Xi Jinping’s response was to seek diplomatic solutions
However, Xi Jinping’s response was to seek diplomatic solutions to the hotspots. He subtly challenged Xi’s apparent unwillingness to criticize Pakistan. Indian media took the use of “hotspots” as referring to the Indian-Pakistani conflict over control of the disputed territory of Kashmir. Read More
India’s quest to have Jaish-e-Mohammad commander Masood Azhar labell an international terrorist by the United Nations block by President Xi Jinping, who has stayed steadfast in his opposition.
According To China, Need To find political Solution
President Xi did not hold back in his 10-minute remarks. He mentioned the need to find a “political solution” to “regional hotspots” with obvious reference to Indian-held Kashmir.
President Putin of Russia makes no mention of it at all
In addition, he advocated for tangible measures and a multi-pronged approach to global concerns like terrorism that addressed both “symptoms and root causes” – an argument that local reporters noted echoed Pakistan’s position on Kashmir. Learn More
In his speech, Russian President Vladimir Putin made no mention of terrorism.
The Uri incident was not included in the Goa declaration because of the growing rift between India and China, as well as Delhi’s efforts to isolate Islamabad. India, among other BRICS nations, has recently been the target of various attacks.
Terrorism was addressed in five particular paragraphs in an otherwise nondescript proclamation, which asked all countries to work together to “expedite” the approval of the UNGA’s Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism “without any further delay” in the 109-para statement.
Indian national security adviser
Indian national security adviser Ajit Doval urged his fellow BRIC leaders to reinstate it in the 2015 Ufa declaration. In 2014, CCIT was mentioned in the BRICS declaration.
It was only a matter of time before Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to Pakistan as the “mother ship” of terrorism during Sunday’s meetings.
Pakistan as the “mother ship” of terrorism
A tremendous threat to stability and progress in our own region is pose by terrorism. Sadly, India’s immediate neighbor serves as the terrorists’ command and control center. Linked to this mother ship are terrorist cells all around the world… At the start of the summit, he remarked, “BRICS must speak in one voice against this menace.”
Modi Attack on both Pakistan and China
According to accounts, a few hours later, when he made the country’s statement at the BRICS presidents’ summit, he attacked both Pakistan and China. As a result, our reaction to terrorism has to be broad. And we must take action both individually and collectively.. Not only is it pointless, but it is also counterproductive to target specific terrorists and terrorist organizations. “No artificial or self-serving distinctions should be made,” he declared.
Artificial and self-serving grounds
On “artificial and self-serving grounds,” India’s displeasure with China’s leadership over Masood Azhar was interpret. Chinese authorities have once again blocked the UN from labelling Azhar. The alleged mastermind of the Pathankot attack and the 2001 Parliament bombing, as an international terrorist.
Individuals and organizations responsible for terrorist activities should punish solely for their criminal conduct. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi warns that “money, weapons supply, training, and political support” for terrorists should “systematically eliminate.”
We need to work together to face global difficulties,” President Xi remarked. A common future awaits us, as BRICS countries. We’re not just a group of people with similar goals; we also work together to accomplish our goals. When dealing with international and regional crises, it is vital that we work together in order to develop political solutions to pressing problems. And confront global threats like natural catastrophes, climate change, infectious illnesses and terrorism.”
“As we urge for greater international involvement, we should also address concerns on the ground with concrete measures and a multi-pronged approach that addresses both symptoms and root causes,” said
Chinese President Xi Jinping
Chinese President Xi Jinping in a statement. Indian media saw it as a statement from Pakistan’s government.
As the summit came to a close, Prime Minister Modi states that the BRICS leaders unit in the opposition to terrorism. But he did not specifically reference the Uri attack, which Delhi had requested be brought up.