Indian PM Modi denounces terrorism in UN speech
United Nations - Modi told world leaders in his speech that India's "voice against terrorism to alert the world about its evil rings with seriousness and outrage."
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi broadly denounced terrorism at the United Nations on Friday but avoided any direct mention of Kashmir.
Modi told world leaders gathered at the annual UN General Assembly that India's "voice against terrorism to alert the world about its evil rings with seriousness and outrage."
On Friday at the UN Modi didn't mention Kashmir but touched on terrorism: "We belong to a country that has given the world, not war, but Buddha's message of peace. And that is the reason why, our voice against terrorism, to alert the world about this evil, rings with seriousness and the outrage."
US President Donald Trump has urged the sides to resolve their differences.
Modi has defended the Kashmir changes as freeing the territory from separatism, and his supporters have welcomed the move.