Web Desk: While addressing the ASEAN-India Summit in Vientiane, Laos, Modi continued with his spree of baseless allegations on Pakistan of “export of terror”. He urged the ASEAN-member countries to conduct a coordinated response to the biggest threat in the region, that is, of export of terror and blamed Pakistan for it.
“Export of terror, growing radicalisation and spread of extreme violence are common security threats to our societies,” Indian media quoted Indian Prime Minister as saying.
“The threat is local, regional, and transitional at the same time. Our partnership with ASEAN seeks to craft a response through coordination, cooperation at multiple levels,” he said.
Earlier Modi had voiced similar concerns while addressing the G20 Summit in China. Indirectly referring to Pakistan, Indian Prime Minister indicted that “a single nation” is spreading terror in South Asia while making remarks at the G-20 summit.