Modi's Three Pronged Strategy for South Asia Revealed at SAARC Summit
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Modi's Three Pronged Strategy for South Asia Revealed at SAARC Summit

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 27 November 2014, 13:04 Hrs
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BENGALURU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally revealed his Foreign Policy in Kathmandu SAARC Summit. Though in brief, Modi sent a clear message of his foreign policy with his immediate neighbors. However he is yet to enlighten the world about the long kept secret of his foreign policy with other nations.



“Ignore Pakistan to the hilt, Deepen India’s ties with the rest of SAARC countries and Counter China’s influence in SAARC quietly but decisively by improving connectivity with all SAARC countries except Pakistan”— is Modi’s three-pronged strategy as of now as mentioned by First Post.



The ongoing 18th SAARC summit in Kathmandu has given a clear idea of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-pronged strategy with regard to India’s immediate neighbors.



Rajeev Sharma of First Post say’s that one must read between the lines of his speech at SAARC to understand Modi’s first point of his three pronged strategy. It is a speech with deep political implications which is important not only for what is being said but also for what has been left unsaid.

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