New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has articulated a vision where India will attain developed nation status by the year 2047. He firmly asserts that corruption, discrimination, and prejudice have no place in India’s future, as he stated in an exclusive interview with PTI.
India’s G20 chairmanship has delivered significant outcomes that hold great importance for the nation. The global community regards India’s contributions to the G20 as a visionary glimpse into the future. Indians have a remarkable opportunity to establish the foundations for a legacy that will be remembered for generations to come. The G20 presidency has left a profound impact on our nation. The Prime Minister emphasised that the G20 has established a clear platform for global cooperation.
‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ will serve as the guiding principle for global well-being. It is imperative that conflicts around the world, such as the Russia-Ukraine situation, are resolved through dialogue and diplomacy. The last nine years of governance have played a pivotal role in India’s growth. India’s active participation in the G20 offers a significant opportunity to shape global policies. Holding meetings in various regions of the country is a common practice, and the Prime Minister made it clear that there should be no objections to this.