PM Modi condoles Iranian President's demise, says India stands with Iran

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Iran President Ebrahim Raisi Death: Iraq, India, Pakistan And Other Countries React To Tragic News
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, a hardliner long regarded as a potential successor to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been killed in a helicopter crash near the Azerbaijan border, officials and state media reported on Monday. The tragic incident occurred in mountainous terrain, further complicating rescue efforts. Raisi's untimely death has prompted an outpouring of condolences from world leaders, critics, and supporters of the Islamic Republic alike, highlighting the significant impact of his passing on both domestic and international affairs. #IranPresident #EbrahimRaisi #PMModi #ShehbazSharif #HamasIran #Hamas #QatarEmir #HelicopterCrash #IranianPolitics #WorldReacts #GlobalCondolences #IranNews #TragicIncident #IraqReacts #IndiaReacts #PakistanReacts #MiddleEastPolitics #SupremeLeaderKhamenei #LeadershipChange #InternationalResponse ~HT.97~PR.152~ED.102~

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