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Pakistan media calls PM Modi’s Kozhikode speech venomous

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech, lashing out against Pakistan, was closely monitored by the Pakistan media, and within an hour of its delivery on Saturday evening, excerpts were on websites of major dailies, with most describing it venomous.

india Updated: Sep 25, 2016 01:08 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a public rally at the BJP National council meeting at Kozhikode on Saturday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a public rally at the BJP National council meeting at Kozhikode on Saturday.(PTI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech, lashing out against Pakistan, was closely monitored by the Pakistan media, and within an hour of its delivery on Saturday evening, excerpts were on websites of major dailies, with most describing it venomous.

The News, one of the major English dailies of Pakistan, ran the headline, “Modi threatens to ‘completely isolate’ Pakistan globally, while ‘The Express Tribune’ ran the headline, “Modi threatens to ‘isolate’ Pakistan globally”.

In the same vein, Geo TV, one of the leading news channel of Pakistan, said: “Indian PM Narendra Modi threatens Pakistan”.

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Geo further states, “Spewing hatred against the neighbouring country, Modi accused Pakistan of being ‘the epicentre of terrorism’ and claimed it was ‘exporting terrorism’ to the world.”

The News also termed Modi’s speech as venomous and wrote, “Spewing venom, Indian PM Modi accused Pakistan of being ‘the epicentre of terrorism’ and claimed it was ‘exporting terrorism’ to the world.”

The Dawn also ran the headline, ‘Modi says India will work to ‘isolate’ Pakistan internationally’.

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