Prime Minister Modi will address India’s “Bouquet of Hope” at the World Economic Forum. Prime Minister Modi talked about the importance of lifestyle changes to combat the climate crisis. “Current disposable culture and consumer behavior make the challenge of climate change even more serious.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the World Economic Forum’s Davos agenda through a video conference in New Delhi on Monday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi effectively addressed the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda on Monday, where he talked about the country’s bouquet of hope.
Prime Minister has not only succeeded in vaccination of millions of Indians against the coronavirus, but also a democracy that gives India the temperament and talent in the 21st century as part of this bouquet of hopes. And talked about India’s unwavering belief in technology.
“India celebrates its 75th anniversary of independence. At the same time, the country administered 156 crore vaccine doses to its population,” he said.
He further spoke about how lifestyle changes were essential to fight the climate change crisis. “The current throwaway culture and consumerism have made climate challenge more serious.”
Modi said keeping our goal of ‘Global good’ we have committed to a net-zero target by 2070. India’s growth will be green, clean, sustainable, and reliable, he added.
“Though India constitutes 70 percent of the global population that takes up power commission of only 5 percent, our effort for sustainable development is 100 percent.”
Speaking about India’s contribution towards the world during the pandemic, he said, “Our multilingual, cultural environment is not only our strength but the strength of the world.”
“In this period of the coronavirus pandemic, India showcased its strength by providing free food to more than 80 crores of our citizens Today, India is the third-largest pharma producer in the world. Meanwhile, 4,444 India has saved millions of lives by providing essential medicines and vaccines to many countries, following the vision of One Earth, One Health, “he added.
Today, India has the world’s largest, safest, and most successful digital payment platform. Last month alone, 4.4 billion transactions were processed through India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI), he said. The ability of Indians to embrace new technologies can invigorate each of our global partners. -Up in India. Today, their number is over 60,000 and there have been over 10,000 registrations in the last 6 months. Today, more than 50,000 software developers work in this country.