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Without mentioning the name, Prime Minister Narendra Modi taunted Pakistan by saying it a proponent of hatred, which is only open to causing the meaningless deaths and destructions instead of conversation.
During his staying on 2 days visit to Shi Lanka Narendra Modi said- The greatest challenge to sustainable world peace today is not necessarily achieved from the conflict between nations, it comes from the mindsets, entities, through the streams of thought, and the instruments rooted in the idea of the hatred and violence.
On the occasion of Vesak Day (it’s the Buddha Purnima or Buddha Day) celebrations in Sri Lanka, Modi said in his speech, the threat of terrorism in our land is a clearly show this devastating emotion. And unfortunately these ideologies of hatred and violence and their adherent in our region do not agree on any conversation, consequently, they are only open to causing destructions of the world and death of the peoples. Furthermore, he added, during this hard and violent time, the Buddhism message of peace could become a guidance force.
PM Modi suggested- I believe, the Buddhism’s message of peace is the answer to all growing violence in all around the world… the message of Lord Buddha’s is as suitable for the twenty-first century as it was fitted for a half millennia ago.
From the upcoming August, Air India will actuate direct flights between the Colombo and Varanasi, PM Narendra Modi announced. Hence he said- My Tamil brother and sister will also be able to visit Varanasi soon, the land of Kashi Viswanath (Shiva).
In two year this is PM Narendra Modi’s second visit to the Sri Lanka. And this time he visited Sri Lanka primarily to attend the celebrations of International Vesak Day, which is also known as Buddha Purnima or Buddha Day. The objective of this visit is reinforcing the traditional connection between India and Sri Lanka.