PM Modi makes an eye-opening statement at the BRICS summit

On 17 November a lot of ground-breaking statements were made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the BRICS summit, he stated that “terrorism is the biggest problem the world is facing today”. He expressed the fact that nations supporting terrorists should also be held accountable for such wrongdoings.
The summit was held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic and was held between five nations Brazil-Russia-India-China and South Africa. The 12th edition of the BRICS summit was hosted by Russia under the theme of Global stability, shared security and innovative growth.
In the coming year, the BRICS Summit will complete fifteen years. PM Narendra Modi also mentioned about the Atmanirbhar Bharat campaign that is the notion of a self-dependent nation. He stated that a comprehensive reform process has been started under the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Campaign which is a mighty step towards making the nation self-reliant.
In the post-Covid era, a resilient and independent India would not only benefit the economy and the people but it would also contribute to the Global value chain. He stated that India has a set a good example and has always propounded the notion of brotherhood with other nations. During the pandemic essential medicines to more than 150, countries due to the strong Indian Pharma Industry.
PM Narendra Modi also stated that Our vaccine product and delivery capacity will also work in the interest of humanity. The BRICS Summit was held taking into account the 75 anniversary of the UN(United Nations).


Pakistan claims its hand in the Pulwama attack.

On October 29, 2020, Pakistan has claimed to have had a hand behind the heinous Pulwama attack. A senior Pakistani minister made this statement. The attack took place in Pulwama last year on 14 February. It is considered to be one of the deadliest attacks yet. It killed around 40 CRPF personnel along with creating a cold war-like situation.
The tension between the two countries had greatly escalated and it had almost brought the two counties to the brink of a deadly war.
India had retaliated by bombing the Jaish-e-Mohamad terror camps in Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa area of Pakistan. During this attack, Wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman was captured by Pakistan after his MiG-21 Bison jet was shot down. But due to pressure from India’s side, Pakistan had to release Wing Commander Abhinandan as soon as possible. Pakistan’s Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chahudhary said in the National Assembly during a debate that the attack was a great success under the leadership of Imran Khan and that ‘we hit India in their home’.
A charge sheet has been initially filed by The National Investigation Academy (NIA) as the terror attack had reference role to Pakistani State actors and other terror groups. Initially, Pakistan had rejected the charge sheet calling it a “mischievous attempt”.