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PM Narendra Modi addresses public meeting in Kozhikode, takes on leadership of Pakistan, attacks them for supporting terrorism
Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya, Gandhi ji and Dr. Lohia were great thinkers whose influence on country’s politics can be seen even today: PM
Our Govt is committed to the welfare of the poor and it draws inspirations from Mahatma Gandhi and Deendayal Upadhyaya: PM
We are proud of our armed forces. They will continue to give befitting reply to those who spread terror: PM Modi
There is one nation in Asia whose aim is that this century does not become Asia's and is associated with terrorism: PM Modi
Terrorists that our neighbours exported killed our jawans. India will never forget this: PM Narendra Modi
Leaders of Pakistan speak out addresses written by terrorists and they talk about Kashmir: PM Modi
Both our countries got freedom in same year but India exports software & Pakistan exports terrorists: PM
Come, let’s fight. Let us see who eliminates poverty first, which nation eliminates unemployment first...India or Pakistan: PM Modi

Addressing a public meeting in Kozhikode, Kerala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured the nation that the sacrifices of those martyred in Uri will not go in vain. He took on the leadership of Pakistan and attacked them for the support to terrorism. Prime Minister Modi added that India will continue to isolate Pakistan at the world forum for their support to terrorism. 

PM recalled the contributions of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia towards political thinking. The PM said that they were great thinkers and their impact on the country’s politics can be seen even today.
 
Shri Narendra Modi remarked that the BJP led NDA Government at Centre was committed to the welfare of the poor and it draws inspirations from Mahatma Gandhi and Deendayal Upadhyaya. Shri Modi also took note how despite facing numerous difficulties, Jan Sangh and BJP Karyakartas from Kerala continued to serve the people. The PM emphasized that Centre’s every initiative was aimed at strengthening development across the country.
PM Modi also laid out his vision of a transformed India where the country is free from the grasp of poverty and corruption.
 
In wake of the recent terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Modi expressed grave concern and clearly stated that India would never bend down. He added that the country’s armed forces would continue to give a befitting reply to those who spread terrorism and violence.
“There is one nation in Asia whose aim is that this century does not become Asia's and is associated with terrorism. Wherever terrorism is happening across Asia, the affected nations are blaming only that nation”, the PM said.  
 
The PM said, “Terrorists that our neighbours exported killed our jawans. India will never forget this.” Shri Narendra Modi said that the entire country was proud of the armed forces and the sacrifices they make would neither be forgotten nor go in vain.
PM Modi affirmed that leaders of Pakistan spoke what the terrorists wrote. “Their leaders speak out addresses written by terrorists and they talk about Kashmir. I want to tell people of Pakistan that your leaders are misleading you by talking on Kashmir. They can't manage what they have. People of Pakistan should ask their leader that India and Pakistan, got freedom in same year but India exports software and your leaders export terrorists.”
 
“Come, let’s fight. Let us see who eliminates poverty first, which nation eliminates unemployment first...India or Pakistan” Shri Modi added further.
 
Senior BJP leaders, Shri LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, BJP President Shri Amit Shah and other party leaders were present at the occasion.

 

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Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF)
May 23, 2022
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi participated in an event in Tokyo today to launch discussions for an Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF). The event saw the presence of President of the USA H.E. Mr. Joseph R. Biden and Prime Minister of Japan H.E. Mr. Kishida Fumio, as well as the virtual presence of leaders of other partners countries viz. Australia, Brunei, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

A Joint Statement was issued, which highlights the key elements envisaged within the IPEF.

The IPEF seeks to strengthen economic partnership amongst participating countries with the objective of enhancing resilience, sustainability, inclusiveness, economic growth, fairness, and competitiveness in the Indo-Pacific region.

In his comments during the launch ceremony, Prime Minister said that announcement of IPEF is a declaration of a collective desire to make the Indo-Pacific region an engine of global economic growth. India has historically been at the centre of trade flows in the Indo-Pacific region, having the world’s oldest commercial port in Lothal, Gujarat. Prime Minister called for finding common and creative solutions to tackle economic challenges of the Indo-Pacific region.

He expressed India’s commitment towards working with all Indo-Pacific countries for an IPEF which is both inclusive and flexible. He underlined that the foundation of resilient supply chains must be 3T’s – Trust, Transparency and Timeliness.

India is committed to a free, open, and inclusive Indo-Pacific region and believes that deepening economic engagement among partners is crucial for continued growth, peace, and prosperity. India is keen to collaborate with partner countries under the IPEF and work towards advancing regional economic connectivity, integration and boosting trade and investment within the region.

With the launch of the process today to establish the IPEF, partner countries will begin discussions focusing on strengthening economic cooperation and achieving shared goals.