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Number of times Imran Khan used ‘Kashmir’, ‘Islam’, ‘India’ and ‘Modi in his UNGA speech


New York, Sep 28: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday launched a bitter 'anti-India' tirade during his address at the UNGA. Khan's anti-India rhetoric was in sharp contrast to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's peace message from the same podium few minutes earlier. Khan went to the extent of of issuing a veiled threat of a nuclear war more than once during his speech.

Khan said millions of Muslims were living as minorities in the western countries and are being discriminated post 9/11. Khan questioned the use of the term 'radical Islamic terrorism', saying there is only one Islam. Khan said the radical Islamic terrorism used by leaders has caused Islamophobia and pain for Muslims. Khan, who is currently on a week-long visit to the US, delivered his maiden address to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday.

Here are some words that Imran Khan used extensively in his UNGA speech:

Number of times Imran Khan used ‘Kashmir’, ‘Islam’, ‘India’ and ‘Modi in his UNGA speech

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