Narendra Modi criticizes Nuclear Programme of other countries in Nuclear Security Summit

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WASHINGTON: Narendra Modi criticizes Nuclear Programme of other countries in Nuclear Security Summit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized Nuclear Programme of other countries in Nuclear Summit.

 

Modi claimed that state actors working with nuclear traffickers is a highest threat to the world.

 

Modi said “State actors working with nuclear traffickers and terrorists present the greatest risk,” triggering towards Pakistan’s scientist A Q Khan who was indulged in proliferation of nuclear technology.

 

Modi said “Terrorism is globally networked. But, we still act only nationally to counter this threat. Drop the notion that terrorism is someone else’s problem and that ‘his’ terrorist is not ‘my’ terrorist.”

 

Modi claimed that terrorists have worldwide contacts to perform their job but such cooperation doesn’t lie between states.

 

Modi claimed that nuclear security must be the first priority of every nation and all nations should have to obligate this.

 

He urged the global states to ensure the safety of nuclear assets.

 

Modi also donated USD 1 million to Nuclear Safety Fund of IAEA.

 

However, Tariq Fatemi ensured Obama and global leaders that Pakistan’s nuclear programme is safe and secure than India’s which was also reported by a research institute days before.

 

Obama also asked to reduce Pakistan’s nuclear stockpile but Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhary claimed that Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal is for national security in wake of India’s rapidly growing nuclear programme.