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PM Modi Gives A Tremendous Speech In UN, Tells The Strength Of India To The Whole World

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the 75th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) for the third time. Without naming any country, he said, 'India is the largest democracy in the world. More than 18% of the world's population, hundreds of languages ​​- dialects, many creeds, many ideologies. The country that led the global economy for hundreds of years and remained a slave for hundreds of years. When we were strong, we were not persecuted, we were not burdened when forced.

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He questioned the importance of the United Nations in his 22-minute speech. Mentioned Kovid-19. Said that India will overcome the world epidemic and will become the largest producer of vaccine. He also mentioned India's permanent membership of the UN Security Council. Said how long India will wait.


 Watch PM Shri @narendramodi's address to the United Nations General Assembly. #ModiAtUN https://t.co/hI3pqPBLbK

 

 

9 important things of Modi's speech
 

1. Relevance of Security Council: Modi said - The world of 1945 was completely different from today. Resources, resources were all different. In such a situation, the institution that was formed with the feeling of world welfare was also according to the time. Today we are in a completely different phase. Our present, future needs and challenges in the 21st century are different. Today, there is a big question in front of the whole world community that the institution that was formed under the circumstances is relevant even today. If everything changes and if we do not change, then the power to bring change also becomes weak.

2. Question on UN's efforts: If you evaluate the achievements of the United Nations in 75 years, there are many achievements. But, there are many examples, which necessitate serious introspection. Third World War did not happen to say. But there were many wars, civil wars, terrorist attacks, the world trembled, rivers of blood flowed. Those killed in these attacks were human beings just like you. Millions of innocent children, who were supposed to dominate the world, left the world. How many people lost their entire capital, had to leave home. Today the efforts of the United Nations were sufficient. The world has been struggling for 8-9 months from Corona. Where was the influential leadership of the United Nations to deal with this epidemic.

3. UN's Reform Process and India's Role: United Nations system, process change is the need of the hour. The people of India have been waiting for a long time for the completion of the ongoing process for UN reform. How long will India be kept separate from the decision making structure of the United Nations. The world's largest democracy, more than 18 percent of the world's population, hundreds of languages ​​- dialects, many creeds, many ideological countries. The country that led the global economy for hundreds of years and remained a slave for hundreds of years. We were not persecuted when we were strong, we were not burdened when forced.

4. India is looking at its role in the United Nations: The ideals with which the United Nations was formed give a lot of philosophical thinking to India. In this hall, this word has been echoed many times that Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. We consider the whole world as family. It is part of our culture, culture and thinking. India has always given priority to world welfare. We sent our men to the 50 Peace Keeping Mission to establish peace. We have lost our most valiant soldiers in the establishment of peace. Today every Indian is seeing his contribution, role in the United Nations.

5. India does not lag behind in sharing experiences: India has always thought about the interest of the entire human race and not its vested interests. India's policies have always been inspired by this philosophy. From Neighborhood First to Act East Policy, our philosophy towards Indo-Pacific is reflected in this philosophy. When India extends the hand of friendship to someone, it is not against any third. When India strengthens the development partnership, there is no thought of forcing any partner country behind it. We never lag behind in sharing experiences from our development journey.

6. Cooperated everyone in difficult times of pandemic: India's pharma industry has sent medicines to 150 countries even in difficult times of pandemic. Today, I want to give one more assurance to the global community that India's vaccine production and delivery capacity will come out of this crisis. We are growing on phase three clinical trials in India and in our neighborhood. India will help everyone to increase cold chain and storage capacity for vaccine delivery.

7. India to act as permanent member:
From January next year, India will also act as a permanent member of the Security Council. We will use the reputation and experience of being the world's largest democracy for the sake of world interest. Our path is from Janakalyan to Jagakalyan. The voice of India will always rise for peace, security and prosperity. India's voice has been against terrorism, trafficking in illegal weapons.

8. India has made a big change in the lives of its citizens: With the mantra of Reform, Perform, Transform, India has brought major changes in the lives of crores of Indians. These experiences are also useful for big countries of the world. Connecting more than 400 million people in the banking system in 4-5 years, making 600 million people open defecation free in just 4-5 years, adding more than 500 million people in 2-3 years with free treatment is not easy Was, but we did it.

9. Change all, if we do not change, the power of change is weak: The world of 1945 was completely different from today. Resources, resources were all different. In such a situation, the institution that was formed with the feeling of world welfare was also according to the time. Today we are in a completely different phase. Our present, future needs and challenges in the 21st century are different. Today there is a big question in front of the whole world community that the institution that was formed under the circumstances of that time is relevant even today. If everything changes and if we do not change, then the power to bring change also becomes weak.

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