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Amid Nuclear threat, PM Modi returns India through Pakistan's airspace

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 27 August 2019, 9:31 IST
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After the meeting of PM Modi and US President Donald Trump at G7 summit in France, Pakistan has been troubled and started threatening India. Just after an hour of PM Modi and Trump's meeting, Imran Khan threatens India for a nuclear attack. However, it looks like that India and PM Modi doesn't even care of Imran's nuclear threat.

PM Modi just after the nuclear threat of Imran Khan, returned to India through Pakistan's airspace. PM Modi went to UAE, Bahrain, and France on 22nd August and he also participated in G7 summit.

PM Modi went to France to take participate in G-7 Summit even when India is not a part of it. This is the power of business scope in India that allowed the country to participate in the G-7 summit. There PM Modi also met US President Donald Trump and discussed several issues including Kashmir issue. This should be counted as India's foreign policy win as the US also not going to intervene in Kashmir issue.

Noticeably, after the meeting of PM Modi and Donald Trump, Pakistan PM Imran Khan said, "If there is a war, then the world should remember that both India and Pakistan are nuclear powers. And in case of war, no one will win, but the world will be responsible as the effects of war will be felt by everyone." 

Also Read - Imran Khan issues nuclear threat to India after Trump denies intervening in Kashmir issue

First published: 27 August 2019, 9:31 IST
 
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