Keep terrorism away, ready for talks on Kashmir: Modi

N’Delhi: In a fitting reply to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that India is ready for any serious bilateral talks with the country without the shadow of terrorism. Pakistan, earlier, raised the issue of Kashmir in UN Assembly. He also said that Pakistan should create an appropriate environment to convene talks on Kashmir issue. Modi, in his maiden speech at UN Assembly, said that it is not fair to raise the Kashmir issue in the assembly and asserted that many countries are becoming breeding grounds for terrorism.

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