‘Time For Talks Has Passed’: PM Modi Says Not Acting Against Terrorism Is Similar To Encouraging It

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today (18 February) said that that time for talks is over and hesitation to take action against terrorism and its supporters is similar to encouraging it, reports Times of India.

“World is now required to unitedly take concrete action against terrorism and those behind its spread. The cruel attack in Pulwama shows that the time for talks has passed,” said Modi.

Modi had said that dithering to take action against terrorism and their supporters is like supporting terrorism. After talks with Modi, Argentina President Mauricio Macri also called for united action against terrorism. Read more

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