NEW DELHI: Standing beside his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that any attempts to challenge India's sovereignty and unity will not be tolerated.'There should be no space for those who misuse religion for political motives and promote separatism. We will not tolerate those who challenge unity and integrity of our countries,' PM Modi said as he addressed a joint press meet with the Canadian PM.
Today, after their nearly two-hour long meeting, Modi, while addressing a joint media event with the Canadian prime minister, said they discussed the entire gamut of the bilateral partnership.
Observing that Trudeau has visited various parts of India in last few days, Modi said the Canadian leader must have experienced the diversity of the country.