PM Modi at G20 Summit finished on a high note. G20 Summit in Germany has completed after PM Modi delivered a hard speech on terrorism. Pressing the urgency button on counter terrorism activities Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the G20 countries to Step Up collaboration and cooperation. Indicating the presence of terrorist groups like Islamic State, Boko Haram, LeT, JeM, Haqanni Network, Modi said that G20 countries must recognize the threat.
PM Modi at G20 Summit
Prime Minister Modi said that the process of extradition should be simplified and easy between the G20 countries. All the terrorists and their legal supporters should be equally treated. He pressed on the urgency of destroying the safe heavens of the terrorist. He suggested that the foreign officials of the countries that support the terrorists should not be allowed in G20 countries. He has offered several points to counter the threats.
However, the point shared by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not go well with the neighbouring country Pakistan. The local reports from Pakistan suggest that India is trying to corner and isolate Pakistan from the international Arena. Pakistan has long been supporting the terrorist organizations like Haqqani Network, Pakistan Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Hizbul Mujahideen among others. India has accused Islamabad of infiltrating terrorism and instability in Kashmir.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has again courted controversy when he praised slain terrorist leader Burhan Wani on his death anniversary. Hizbul Commander who is Global Terrorist now also operates in Pakistan and carries out terrorist attacks in India to merge Kashmir to the occupied land of Pakistan. He has even openly admitted the fact. But will the Narendra Modi offer impact the terrorists globally? Well, that still has to be seen.
G20 Summit was held in Hamburg, Germany. The top leaders of the 20 countries came together for strengthening the ties internationally. Apart from the counter-terrorism, Paris Accord was another main agenda of the summit. However, as expected, Donald Trump pulled out of the accord, making the United States, the only country to support Climate Change.