“Terrorism is the biggest enemy of humanity” says PM Modi in Lucknow

Jai Shree Ram, Ramayana, Terrorism, surgical strikes, Lucknow, Narendra Modi, Dussehra,
Jai Shree Ram, Ramayana, Terrorism, surgical strikes, Lucknow, Narendra Modi, Dussehra,

Lucknow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his first public speech on the occasion of Dussehra in Lucknow after India’s surgical strikes across the Line of Control on 29th September.

Terrorism is the biggest enemy of humanity,” the PM said where he watched the Ram Lila which portrays Ravana’s destruction by Ram in the epic Ramayana, reporting that good triumphs over evil.

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Commencing his speech with “Jai Shree Ram“, PM Modi hits out terrorism and other major issues. He said “Terrorism knows no boundaries, it just seeks to destroy. Those who support terror or allow it cannot be tolerated.”

Here are the 10 major quotes of PM’s speech:

“This land has given us Shri Ram and Shri Krishna. Am fortunate to have come here to join the Vijaya Dashami celebrations

“Poverty and illiteracy are another forms of Ravana, so let us burn them as well this year”

“Terrorism is a virus affecting our society. The whole world is being destroyed by terrorism, says PM Modi.

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“Even if all of us can’t be Lord Ram, we can all try and be Jatayu, and keep terrorism at bay”

“Ramayana is the witness that the first fighter against terrorism was Jataayu, who fought for a woman’s honor.”

“Terrorism is the enemy of humanity”

Terrorism is an enemy of humanity: PM @narendramodi

— PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 11, 2016

“This festival is about the victory of good over evil. We all must aim at ending the evil within us.”

“The uniqueness of our nation is that our traditions have been kept alive, generation after generation.”

The uniqueness of this nation is- our traditions have been kept alive, generation after generation: PM @narendramodi

— PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 11, 2016

“Women need to be respected and treated right, no matter what religion or background anyone comes from.” says PM Modi.

Today is the International Day of the Girl Child. There is a need to end discrimination based on gender: PM @narendramodi

— PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 11, 2016

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