PM Modi UNGA Speech: These are the ten big things about PM Modi's address, remembered from Chanakya to Rabindra Nath Tagore
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) today. He drew the attention of the whole world to many important issues including Corona, terrorism and climate change. Along with this, PM Modi also remembered his tea selling days in the United Nations. Let us know that ten big things of PM Modi in the United Nations General Assembly, on which he has won the special heart of the people.
- In his address to the United Nations General Assembly, PM Modi first mentioned the corona epidemic. He said that for the last one and a half years, the whole world is facing the biggest pandemic in 100 years. I pay homage to all those who lost their lives in such a terrible pandemic and extend my condolences to the families.
- In his address, PM Modi also mentioned about his tea selling days. He said that it is the strength of India's democracy that a small child who once helped his father at the tea stall of a railway station is addressing the United Nations General Assembly for the fourth time today as the Prime Minister of India.
- In the United Nations General Assembly, PM Modi also remembered Chanakya's words. He said that Chanakya had said centuries ago that when the right work is not done at the right time, then only time thwarts the success of that work. The United Nations has to reform itself. Many questions are arising. We have deepened these questions in Covid and terrorism and the Afghan crisis.
- Giving information to the United Nations General Assembly regarding India's corona vaccine, PM Modi said that India has developed the world's first DNA vaccine, which can be administered to all people above the age of 12 years. Along with this, he also invited the vaccine manufacturers from all over the world to come and make the vaccine in India.
- Speaking on the Afghan issue, PM Modi said that it is very important to ensure that the soil of Afghanistan is not used for spreading terrorism and terrorist attacks. We also have to be careful there that no country tries to use delicate situations as a tool for its selfishness.
- Without naming Pakistan at the United Nations, PM Modi said that with regressive thinking, countries which are using terrorism as a political tool, they have to understand that terrorism is an equally big threat to them.
- In his address to the United Nations, PM Modi said that our diversity is the hallmark of our strong democracy. A country that has dozens of languages, hundreds of dialects, different lifestyles and food. This is a great example of a vibrant democracy.
- In the United Nations, PM Modi said that in the last 7 years, more than 43 crore people in India have been connected to the banking system. More than 36 crore such people have got insurance cover who could not even think of it earlier. It has connected more than 50 crore people with quality health by giving them the benefit of free treatment.
- PM Modi ended his address to the United Nations General Assembly with a poem composed by Rabindra Nath Tagore. Read poetry of Rabindra Nath Tagore in Bengali language. Through which he gave a message to the world that while doing good deeds there will be difficulties but good deeds should be continued.