Regressive considering and extremism have gotten a risk to the world and there are international locations which can be utilizing terror as a political instrument, stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi at 76th Session of UNGA
Addressing the 76th Session of the UN General Assembly at United Nations in New York on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid homage to the victims of the COVID-19
“For the last year and a half, the world has been dealing with the worst pandemic in over 100 years. I pay my respects to all who have lost their lives. I represent a nation that is called the Mother of Democracy and this year India completed 75 years of independence. Our identity is our strong democracy. India is a shining example of a vibrant democracy and on that note democracy can deliver and it has delivered,” Modi stated.
“The strength of India’s democracy lies in the fact that a young tea seller is addressing the UN for the fourth time,” the prime minister stated.
Development in India
Prime Minister Modi highlighted how steps are being in India, regardless of it being a extremely populated nation, to enhance the standard of lifetime of its residents.
“Today, India is looking at integrated development that is all-inclusive. During the last seven years, 43 crore people signed up for bank accounts and 36 crore people have been insured. We have made over 3 crore homes. The homeless have become homeowners. At the same time, we are looking to provide piped water to 17 crore homes and has embarked on a journey to provide clean and potable water,” he stated.
“Inspired by Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya Ji’s philosophy of ‘Antyodaya’, India is moving ahead and ensuring integrated and equitable development for all. We are committed to his message of ‘expansion of the self, moving from individual to the society, the nation and entire humanity’. Development should be all-inclusive, all-nutritive, all-touching, all-pervading and it is our priority. From mapping land to providing credit, we are providing people a chance to own homes. India is one sixth of the world, therefore, when India grows, the world grows. When India reforms, the world transforms,” Prime Minister Modi stated.
On the vaccine entrance
Prime Minister Narendra Modi additionally spoke concerning the method by which India is dealing with its mammoth immunisation programme in opposition to COVID-19
“India is heavily involved in vaccine development and manufacturing. India vaccine delivery platform Co-WIN is offering digital support to administer crores of doses in a day. Through “seva parmo dharm”, India has successfully overcome various constraints and innovated vaccines and has already developed a DNA vaccine that can be administered to those 12 years and above. We are in the process of developing an MRNA vaccine. We have also developed a nasal vaccine and are providing vaccines to millions across the world. I invite all vaccine manufacturers to come and make vaccines in India,” the prime minister stated.
Technology and innovation
Prime Minister Modi additionally identified the large strides that India has taken on the know-how and innovaton entrance. Through varied transformational growth programmes, India is contributing to world growth and making certain that “no one is left behind”.
“We have a tech-driven democracy. COVID-19 has shown the world that it needs to diversify its economy. Aatmanirbhar Bharat is aimed at expanding global value chains. India is a trustworthy democratic partner for the global economy. You will be happy to see the advances made by India to tackle climate change. We have a strong start-up economy. We are also in the process of building the world’s largest green hydrogen hub,” he stated.
“India’s tech innovations are helping the world, whether it be ensuring financial inclusion through UPI or improving vaccination drive in the fight against COVID-19 by the Co-WIN app,” he added.
On India’s stance on terrorism and extremism
India has been a continuing sufferer of terror on its western and northern fronts due to the phobia manufacturing facility in Pakistan though Prime Minister Modi didn’t identify the nation instantly in his speech. The current growth in Afghanistan with the Taliban on the helm has solely made the state of affairs much more severe.
“Regressive thinking and extremism are becoming a threat to the world. There are countries that are using terror as a political tool. They should know that terror is equally dangerous for them. We have to ensure that Afghanistan is not used to propel terror. Some are trying to use the situation in Afghanistan as a tool for their own benefit. Proxy war, terror and the situation in Afghanistan are asking us tough questions,” the prime minister stated urging the world to the phobia actions initiated by India’s western neighbour.
On maritime safety
The prime minister additionally focussed his consideration on the significance of oceans and seas and the necessary position they play in world safety and commerce.
“Our seas are our legacy and shared heritage. We cannot let our oceans be misused and abused. Maritime security is a requirement today. The time to act is now, UN has to keep itself relevant and has to improve its reliability. We have to make UN an institution to protect global order, global law and global values. We cannot let our access to oceans be made exclusive. Our oceans are also our shared heritage. That is why we have to keep in mind that we use ocean resources, not abuse,” he stated.
Harmony between financial system and ecology
Prime minister Narendra Modi stated India is making certain a stability between financial system and ecology and the world can take satisfaction in India’s efforts to fight local weather change.
He concluded with with a quote by Nobel laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore, “continue to work on your path without fear, and all weaknesses and apprehensions will vanish”.
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