Modi is Best-Equipped to Solve the Israel-Palestine Issue, Says Manipur Governor

Israel-Palentine Issue

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  • If anyone can solve Israel-Palestine issues, only Prime Minister Narendra Modi can
  • This is a very good thing, a Muslim-majority country making this gesture

Imphal: Manipur governor Najma Heptulla came with a statement on Tuesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is best-equipped to solve the Israel-Palestine issue.

According to Manipur governor, if anyone can solve Israel-Palestine issues, only Prime Minister Narendra Modi can. Look at how he was received during his visits to both countries and conferred honours. I have studied the issue very closely and visited both countries. From my knowledge of the issue, I believe there is nobody better suited to solve the problem.

It is a matter of trust, a matter of faith. Nobody can deny that there are differences between the two and there is no doubt that the two want to talk because nobody likes such tension to linger on for their children to die. It is my observation that only he can make them talk, she said.

This is a very good thing, you see, a Muslim-majority country making this gesture… unity in diversity is our credo but they have adopted it, she added.

Heptulla also narrates as very important the fact that the authority of United Arab Emirates had allotted land for the construction of a temple.

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Najma Akbarali Heptulla is an Indian politician and the current governor of Manipur and the Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia University. She is a former vice-president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and a six-time member of the Rajya Sabha, the Upper House of the Indian parliament, between 1980 and 2016, and Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha for sixteen years

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