'Pakistan ki taakat mai khud check karke aaya': PM Modi on Mani Shankar's 'nuclear power' remark

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on May 24, 2024
Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated on Thursday that he personally visited Lahore to evaluate Pakistan's capabilities firsthand. During a recent interview with India TV, the Prime Minister responded to Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar's remarks, which suggested that India should respect Pakistan due to its nuclear capabilities.

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