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PM Modi sends a strong message to Pakistan on Independence Day Speech

In his Independence Day speech on Monday, PM Narendra Modi today lauded India’s humanity and said even the Baloch people+ in Pakistan have thanked him for his firm stand against terror and for highlighting attacks against them by people within Pakistan.

The PM also said that when children in Pakistan’s Peshawar+ died in a 2014 terror attack, Indians cried.

“This is our nature, but look at the other side. They glorify terrorists,” he said, addressing the nation from the Red Fort.

Modi also slammed Pakistan today, without naming it, by saying it should look into its own backyard before interfering in other countries’ business.

“People of Balochistan,Gilgit and PoK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) have thanked me a lot in past few days, I am grateful to them,” Modi said on Monday in his Indepedene day speech.

The PM was referring to his speech from two days ago when he slammed Pakistan for the atrocities againts the Baloch community+ there. Modi had said “the time has come when Pakistan shall have to answer to the world for the atrocities committed by it against people in Baluchistan and PoK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir)”.

Modi talked at some length about the killing of children in a 2014 terror attack in Peshawar.

“In Parliament there were tears for all the innocents killed in Peshawar in the terror attack there by Pakistanis. Indian children were traumatized. This is the example of our humanity, but there are some countries who glorify terrorists,” the PM said in his Independence Day speech on Monday.

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