Since what PM NaMo said in Bangladesh about Pakistan caused them a great deal of agitation, for reference purposes, here is what NaMo said about Pakistan.http://observingliberalpakistan.blogspo ... adesh.html
Modi spoke in Hindi. The video is available at the link above. I'm a bit surprised Pakistan did not pick on the overall context of Modi's remarks.
My rough translation is: NaMo talks about how the world does not pay attention to the poor countries of the world; about how the 70th anniversary of the United Nations is coming up; but how the United Nations has not kept up with the times. Despite contributing a million men to fight in World Wars I & II, despite contributions to peace-keeping forces today, despite every one in six of humanity being Indian, India does not have a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
NaMo then goes further into India's credentials. He talks about how Indians and Banglas fought together for the liberation of Bangladesh. He says, India forced a surrender of an army of 90,000 of those who had committed crimes against Bangladeshis. You can imagine, India had 90,000 captives of that Pakistan that has been annoying India (परेशान - Google translation is "upset", "disturb", "perturb", "annoy" - the English press used "nuisance"), harasses India (नाकों दम लाता है), incidents of terrorism keep occurring, if India had a perverted (विकृत)mentality, who knows what would have happened? Today if someone hijacks an airplane, in return for 25-50-100 passengers, they bring all kinds of demands. India had in custody 90,000 Pakistani soldiers, but witness the character of Hindustan, of Hindustan's army, we were concerned about Bangladesh's progress, about Bangladesh's self-respect, we did not use Bangla soil to wage war on Pakistan. We fought for the freedom fighters of Bangladesh, not to capture 90,000 Pakistani soldiers and blackmail Pakistan. Why, we wanted Bangladesh to develop, with the leadership of BangaBandhu (Sheikh Mujibur Rehman), to reach new heights, that was our dream, and so we put aside our own issues, put aside our own difficulties and sent the 90,000 soldiers back to Pakistan. This one incident is enough for the world to see how dedicated India is to peace, to world peace; and a permanent seat for India in the Security Council should have opened up. So, we poor countries, we developing countries, have to work together to solve our problems and to make an impact on the world stage.