【Putrajaya】India and Malaysia will deepen cooperation in security and defence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on the 23rd of November as he emphasised that the recent attacks globally and the “ceaseless” terror attempts against India and Afghanistan were a reminder of the global nature of terrorism.
Mr. Modi also complimented his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak for providing leadership in combating extremism and radicalisation, rejecting any link between terrorism and religion and in highlighting the “real values of Islam.“
"I am particularly grateful to you for our security cooperation," Modi said at a joint press conference with his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak after bilateral talks between the two sides.
○From economy to intolerance: Top 10 things PM said in Malaysia
【Kuala Lumpur】Projecting India as a bright spot amid global slowdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the 22nd November said the country is “running at” 7.5 per cent and will grow “even faster” in the coming years.
Addressing the Indian diaspora on the second day of his three-day visit to Malaysia, he against the backdrop of ‘intolerance’, emphasised that India draws strength from its diversity.
“We are making government transparent and accountable. We are eliminating corruption at all levels. We are making governance driven by policies and systems, not by discretion of individuals.”
○‘India ready to work with Malaysia for war memorial’
【Kuala Lumpur】Paying homage to the “countless” Indian soldiers who laid down their lives in World War II, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his govt. was prepared to work with the Malaysian government to build a war memorial for them at the site of the Battle of Kampar in Perak.
The Indian diaspora here gave a rousing reception to the Prime Minister when he addressed them at the Malayasia International Exhibition & Convention Centre on Sunday evening. Recalling the association of their forefathers with India’s freedom struggle, the Prime Minister said that thousands of people from Malaysia had joined the Indian National Army. "On behalf of every Indian, I also honour all the unnamed and unknown Malaya-Indians, who laid down their lives so that a free India could rise,” Mr. Modi said, adding that the Indian Cultural Centre at Kuala Lumpur would be named after Father of independence Netaji.
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