Some people always count problems, we try to resolve: Modi in Russia
“There are some people who all the time are engaged in counting problems and keep lamenting about them while there are some others who try to find solutions to the problems,” PM Narendra Modi said while addressing a ‘Friends of India’ event in Moscow.india Updated: Dec 25, 2015 01:24 IST
In an apparent swipe at his detractors back home, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said some people only talk about problems while his government was trying to resolve them.
“There are some people who all the time are engaged in counting problems and keep lamenting about them while there are some others who try to find solutions to the problems,” he said while addressing a ‘Friends of India’ event here.
Asserting that India is making attempts to resolve these problems, he said ,”results in this direction are now showing up”.
While Modi did not elaborate, he was apparently referring to problems being repeatedly highlighted by Opposition parties.
His remarks came while addressing a gathering of about 3,000 against the backdrop of the NDA government’s attack on the Opposition for stalling the crucial reforms legislations like the GST during the just concluded Parliament session.
The Prime Minister who spoke about the growing threat of terrorism underlined the need for the global community to join hands to fight the menace.
He recalled that 30 years back when India, a victim of terrorism, pressed the international community to act against the scourge, the world was not convinced.
“But the world has now been shaken with the brutality of terrorism striking in different parts with impunity. India has now been successful in convincing the world that it is the demand of time that all forces which believe in humanism should join hands to root out terrorism,” he said.
Describing India-Russia relations as “deep-rooted”, he said that Russia has stood like a rock behind India in hours of crisis and also at the international fora on various issues.
He said strengthening of bilateral relations will help the two countries emerge as a new power in Central Asia and Eurasia will be a catalyst for economic development of the region.