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India's voice against terrorism heard on every global platform : Prez Murmu Droupadi Murmu

India's voice against terrorism heard on every global platform : Prez Murmu

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 31 Jan 2023, 04:13 pm

New Delhi: Indian President Dropuadi Murmu on Tuesday said India's voice against terrorism is heard across all platforms globally.

"Today the world is also acknowledging India’s tough stand on terrorism.  Due to this, India's voice against terrorism is being heard seriously on every global platform," she said in her address to both the Houses of the Parliament.

" In October last year, a special meeting of the UNSC Counter-Terrorism Committee was organized for the first time in India. In this too, India made its position clear against terrorism. My government is also sincerely presenting the concerns related to cyber security before the whole world," the President said.

Murmu said: "My government firmly believes that lasting peace is possible only when we are strong politically and strategically. Therefore, we are constantly laying emphasis on the modernization of our military strength."

Speaking about India's G20 Presidency, she said: " This year, India has assumed the Presidency of an influential global group like G-20. With the mantra of One Earth, One Family, One Future, India is attempting to find collective solutions to the current global challenges in collaboration with the G-20 member countries."

She said: "My government does not want to limit it to just one diplomatic programme. Rather, it is an opportunity to showcase India's potential and culture, through the efforts of the entire country. Therefore, G-20 meetings are being held in dozens of cities across the country throughout the year."