KUALA LUMPUR: India Prime Minister Narendra Modi who had been on a political tour to Malaysia said that the World must ensure that no country supports terrorism in any manner. The Prime Minister also emphasized that religions should not be linked with terrorism.
The comments from Mr Modi comes at an event organized by the members of the Indian community in Malaysia. Modi said, “Terrorism is the biggest threat in the world today. Its consequences will be dangerous than the two World Wars if left untreated. The time has come for the global nations to come together against Terrorism and stop supporting it”.
“When i say come together against terrorism, am not only talking of military or security cooperation between nations. But every nation must ensure that it does not support any terrorist organization in any manner either through funding or by providing arms”, he added.
PM Narendra Modi is currently on a political tour in Malaysia, which includes his participation in the multi-national regional summits. Modi used the event platform to underline the centuries-old relation between India and Malaysia. “It is the place where thousands of our Indian soldiers laid down their lives during the World war. The blood shed by the soldiers in the Malaysian soil has laid a strong bond between India and Malaysia”
“We are eager to work with the Government of Malaysia to construct a war memorial in honor of our soldiers at the site of battle of Kampar in Perak“, the PM added.
Modi also explained the crowd over the number of measures taken by his Government back in India to ensure a corruption free governance, the ToI reported.