PM Modi Lashed Out At China And Pakistan For Raising Objections Holding G20 Summit

Delhi/Hyderabad, Sept 3 (Maxim News): The G20 summit will be held in New Delhi on September 9 and 10, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lashed both China and Pakistan for raising objections on holding meetings in Arunachal Pradesh and Kashmir ahead of this meeting.  

In a strong message to both China and Pakistan, Prime Minister Modi said that meetings can be held in any part of the country.  Our country is a vast, beautiful, and diverse country.  Is not it natural that we hold G20 meetings in every region of the country?

The G20 meeting was held in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh on March 26 in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh on March 26 this year, this matter has become a problem for China.  China stayed away from the conference, China led by Xi Jinping, and does not recognize India’s sovereignty over Arunachal Pradesh.  The state claims to be part of Southern Tibet.

On the other hand, Pakistan is not a member of G20 and has opposed the decision to hold G20 meetings in Kashmir, which they termed as controversial.  India hosted the third G20 Working Group meeting on Tourism in Srinagar for three days from May 22.  The program was attended by representatives of all G20 countries except China.  A large delegation also visited Arunachal Pradesh in March for the G20 event, rejecting China’s claims.  India said it was free to hold meetings on its own territory.


Prime Minister Modi said that India will become a developed country by 2047 and there will be no room for corruption, casteism, and sectarianism.  Prime Minister Modi has made it clear that India will be one of the top three economies in the world. In the near future, India will be among the top three economies in the world” Modi said.

he said that we will achieve memorable growth for the next millennium.  For a long time, India has been shown as a country with 1 billion hungry stomachs, now 1 billion developing minds, and 2 billion skilled hands, PM Modi said. (Maxim News) 

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