India not hungry for anyone’s land: PM Modi

Deendayal Upadhyay, Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir, Vigyan Bhavan, terror launch pads, surgical strikes, Narendra Modi, Vijaya Dashami,
Deendayal Upadhyay, Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir, Vigyan Bhavan, terror launch pads, surgical strikes, Narendra Modi, Vijaya Dashami,

India has not attacked any country and neither is it hungry to grab anyone’s land, but its men have made the supreme sacrifice fighting for the national cause and others, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday

His comments came in the backdrop of Pakistan’s constant clamour for highlighting the Kashmir issue at the international forum.

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“India has not attacked anyone. It is neither hungry for land. But in the two World Wars (in which India had no direct stake), 1.5 lakh Indian soldiers had laid down their lives,” the Prime Minister said at the inauguration ceremony of the Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra.

Modi said the Indian community abroad did not believe in indulging in politics or grabbing power in foreign lands

They, on the other hand, mingle with other communities by following the principle of social well-being.

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He lamented that despite the great price, the country could not make the world realise the importance of its sacrifice. He said whenever he was abroad, he made it a point to visit the memorials for the Indian soldiers.
He said Indians settled abroad do not indulge in politics and neither do they believe in grabbing power there. Indians, Modi noted, lived abroad with the principle of “social well-being.”

“They are like water. They change their colour and shape as per need,” he said.

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