Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the Central government ensured that VIP culture does not overshadow India’s COVID-19 vaccination programme and that everyone was treated equally. He further said that India’s vaccine campaign is a living example of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas aur Sabka Praya”.
PM Narendra Modi Speech latest Updates, Narendra Modi News: This comes a day after India scripted history by reaching the landmark of having administered over 100 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that 41 Ordnance factories will be converted into 7 government-run corporate entities, in a big move to improve Indias self-reliance and defence preparedness. Launching the 7 new defence firms, he said, the goal is to make India the worlds biggest military power on its own.
Indra Shekhar Singh is in conversation with Professor Sukhpal Singh of IIM-Ahmedabad on several issues that have become the cause of concern for sugarcane farmers.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has credited Indias stunning success in vaccinating its people to the country being atmanirbhar or self-reliant, adding that he made sure that technology formed the backbone of the vaccination process. On the question of negative press about his decisions, the Prime Minister said he attaches big importance to criticism.
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, BJP president JP Nadda on September 25 said that his speech at the 76th Assembly of UNGA is a statement of a true statesman. His speech has made the 1.3 billion people of the country proud. The way PM Modi has highlighted every issue of India and attracted the world’s view over it is appreciable. The PM has motivated the world to come along on the issues of COVID management, COVID vaccination, terrorism and even oceanic boundaries, he said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 25 (IST) left for India from New York after concluding his three-day visit. During his visit, PM Modi met President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and top CEOs of US, in Washington DC. PM Modi also attended first in-person Quad Leaders’ Summit. He addressed the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York in the last leg of his visit. (ANI)
The country that uses terrorism as a political tool must understand that it will also suffer from the same tool that they are inflicting on others, PM Narendra Modi said at the United Nations General Assembly without naming Pakistan. The situation in Afghanistan is sensitive and the women, children and the minorities of the country are in need of help, PM Modi asserted. It is absolutely essential to ensure that Afghanistan’s territory is not used to spread terrorism, he added. PM also invited Covid-19 vaccine makers to come and make their vaccines in India.
Modi called upon the international fraternity at the UN not to abandon Afghanistan where people including women, children and minorities need help.
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