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India never become a burden on world: PM Modi at UNGA

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India never become a burden on world: PM Modi at UNGA

India never become a burden on world: PM Modi at UNGA

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated at United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that India never become a burden on world.

"When we were strong, we were never a threat to the world, when we were weak, we never become a burden on the world.

How long would a country have to wait particularly when the transformational changes happening in that country affect a large part of the world," said PM Modi While addressing the UNGA.


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