PM Modi to address UNGA at 6.30 pm today

New Delhi : United Nations General Assembly meeting is underway. This assembly is virtual in view of the Corona epidemic. PM Modi will be addressing the General Assembly through video conferencing.

Earlier on 25th September, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the event through video conference. During this time, Imran Khan verbally attacked India. India walks out of assembly meeting after Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s speech.

PM Modi to address UNGA today

PM Modi will address the 75th session on UNGA meeting today at 6.30 pm. During this address PM Modi is expected to cover terror issues. PM’s focus can also be on corona pandemic. He can also give befitting reply to Imran Khan.

Indian representative walked out

During Imran Khan’s speech Indian representatives walked out of the UNGA meeting. Pak PM raised the issue of Kashmir and personally attacked on PM Modi. Today India will respond to Pakistan using Right to Reply. India’s representative at UN TS Trimurti confirmed this with a tweet.

Trimurti entouraged Pakistan on terrorism and presecution of minorities. India’s first secretary Senthil Kumar in UN Mission criticized Pakistan and called it Nursery and epicenter of terrorism. He said that Pak uses every opportunity against our country to make allegations. This reflects its negativity.

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