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Narendra Modi breaks silence on ‘Divider-In-Chief’ says its Pak generated controversy

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New Delhi: The honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday broke his silence and responds to controversy generated after his photograph used on cover story of Time magazine calling him ”Divider in chief”.

He said that ”Time magazine is foreign and writer has also said he comes from a Pakistani political family that is enough for his credibility”.

 

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The PM further said writer Atish Taseer made this story more controversial with a question, whether India can endure PM Modi for another five years of his governance.

Writer Atish Taseer wrote on the cover page ”The world biggest democracy is more divided than ever”.

He also wrote about mob lynching, appointment of Yogi Aditya Nath as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and also about Pragya Singh Thakur who has been accused for Malegaon blasts.

 

Narendra Modi reacts to Time magazine cover story by saying its Pakistan hand behind:

 

In the same story Atish also criticises Congress and said that opposition party have “little to offer than a dynastic principle.” He titled Rahul Gandhi as an ”un-teachable mediocrity” in the magazine.

In another story, Time Magazine titled Narendra Modi as “Modi is India’s best hope for economic reform.”

 

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The Time Magazine in 2015 wrote on cover page ”Why Modi matters” and that is why during national election campaign popular monthly magazine cover was seized by opposition party, saying that magazine was a sneer critique.

On other hand, the Saffron party said that it was an attempt to ruin PM’s image and Atish was accused for it.

A BJP spokesperson said that writer is from a Pakistani political background and he is trying to pursue Pakistani agenda. Atish Taseer is a son of journalist Tavleen Singh and late businessman and politician Salmaan Taseer.

 

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Pakistan plead rejected in UNSC meeting

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Islamabad: UNSC council meeting took place on Friday, 16th August to discuss the issue of Kashmir as requested by Pakistan. Pakistan pleaded to discuss the issue and do something about the abolishment of article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir due to which Pakistan is terrified so that India backs off. However opposite happened, Except China, no one favored Pakistan and said that they should solve it bilaterally.

The meeting took place behind closed doors with only the five permanent members and the 10 non-permanent members attending it. India has categorically told the international community that its move to scrap Article 370 of the Constitution removing the special status to Jammu and Kashmir was an internal matter and has also advised Pakistan to accept the reality.

Pakistani newspaper Dawn, reporting from the UN headquarters, noted that the country’s UN envoy Maleeha Lodhi and her team have been tirelessly working since early this month to sensitize the UN members on how India’s decision to revoke Kashmir’s special status threatens South Asia’s peace and stability. “But the council’s current composition does not seem to favors Pakistan,” it commented. But nothing is getting in favor of Pakistan till now nor does it seem to go.

The 10 non-permanent members who are elected for a two-year term by the UN General Assembly are Belgium, Cote d’Ivoire, Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Germany, Indonesia, Kuwait, Peru, Poland and South Africa. The remaining four permanent members Britain, France, Russia and the US want India and Pakistan to address the Kashmir dispute in a bilateral set-up, it said.

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