Modi in UAE: PM takes veiled swipe at Pakistan over terrorism

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday took a veiled swipe at Pakistan over terrorism, saying India and the UAE have come out with a clear message against terrorism in their joint statement, "without caring for anyone".

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Dubai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday took a veiled swipe at Pakistan over terrorism, saying India and the UAE have come out with a clear message against terrorism in their joint statement, "without caring for anyone".

India and the UAE have come out against terrorism, "without any camouflage, in clear terms, without caring for anyone, given a clear message against terrorism", Modi said, to thousands of cheering Indian diaspora at the Dubai Cricket Stadium.

In a jibe at Pakistan, he said "those who need to understand will do so" - the message of the joint statement against terrorism by India and the UAE.

"Samajhnewale samajh jayengey. Akalmand ko ishara kafi hai," he said.

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