The challenge of pandemic

The Prime Minister talked about the challenge of the pandemic to illustrate that we are stronger and better when we are together. "We saw glimpses of this collective spirit when our COVID-19 warriors, doctors, nurses, medical staff gave their best in fighting the pandemic. We saw this spirit in our scientists and innovators, who created new vaccines in record time. Generations will remember the manner in which human resilience prevailed over everything else" , said the Prime Minister .

Poverty remains the most persistent of the challenges

In addition to COVID, The Prime Minister said, poverty remains the most persistent of the challenges. Shri Modi noted that poverty cannot be fought by making the poor more dependent on governments. Poverty can be fought when the poor start seeing governments as trusted partners. "Trusted partners who will give them the enabling infrastructure to forever break the vicious circle of poverty", said the Prime Minister.

Empowering the poor

The Prime Minister explained that when power is used to empower the poor, they get the strength to fight poverty. He enumerated measures like banking the unbanked, providing social security coverage to millions, giving free and quality healthcare to 500 million Indians, as examples of empowering the poor.

Houses built for the homeless

Talking about 30 million houses built for the homeless in the cities and villages,Mr Modi insisted that a house is not only about shelter. 'A roof over the head gives people dignity.' , he said. This and 'mass movement' to provide drinking water connection to every household, spending over a trillion dollars for next-generation infrastructure, free food grains being provided to 800 millions of the citizensand several other efforts will give strength to the fight against poverty, the Prime Minister said.

Threat of climmate change

The Prime Minister also discussed the threat of climate change and said that "the simplest and most successful way to mitigate climate change is to lead lifestyles that are in harmony with nature. .

Bapu led a zero carbon footprints lifestyle.

Calling Mahatma Gandhi one of the "greatest environmentalists of the world" the Prime Minister elaborated how Bapu led a zero carbon footprints lifestyle.

Gandhi ji put the welfare of our planet above everything else

In whatever he did, Gandhi ji put the welfare of our planet above everything else. Prime Minister highlighted the doctrine of trusteeship propounded by the Mahatma , 'where we all are trustees of the planet with the duty of caring for it'. .

The India is the only G-20 nation that is on track with its Paris commitments

Prime Minister informed that India is the only G-20 nation that is on track with its Paris commitments. India is also proud to have brought the world together under the banner of the International Solar Alliance and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure, said the Prime Minister.

PM delivers Video Address at 'Global Citizen Live'

PM Modi : COVID taught us that we are stronger and better when we are together

"When power is used to empower the poor, they get the strength to fight poverty"

PM delivers Video Address at 'Global Citizen Live' PM delivers Video Address at 'Global Citizen Live'
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Challenge of the pandemic

"Mahatma Gandhi is among the greatest environmentalists of the world. He led a zero carbon footprints lifestyle. In whatever he did, he put the welfare of our planet above everything else" .

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"We saw glimpses of this collective spirit

when our COVID-19 warriors, doctors, nurses, medical staff gave their best in fighting the pandemic.

NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 26 : The Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi delivered a video address at 'Global Citizen Live', a 24-hour event held on September 25 and 26 and involving live events in major cities including Mumbai, New York, Paris, Rio De Janeiro, Sydney, Los Angeles, Lagos and Seoul. The Prime Minister talked about the challenge of the pandemic to illustrate that we are stronger and better when we are together. "We saw glimpses of this collective spirit when our COVID-19 warriors, doctors, nurses, medical staff gave their best in fighting the pandemic. We saw this spirit in our scientists and innovators, who created new vaccines in record time. Generations will remember the manner in which human resilience prevailed over everything else" , said the Prime Minister

Poverty remains the most persistent of the challenges

Poverty cannot be fought by making the poor more dependent on governments.

In addition to COVID, The Prime Minister said, poverty remains the most persistent of the challenges. Mr Modi noted that poverty cannot be fought by making the poor more dependent on governments. Poverty can be fought when the poor start seeing governments as trusted partners. "Trusted partners who will give them the enabling infrastructure to forever break the vicious circle of poverty", said the Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister explained that when power is used to empower the poor, they get the strength to fight poverty. He enumerated measures like banking the unbanked, providing social security coverage to millions, giving free and quality healthcare to 500 million Indians, as examples of empowering the poor.

Houses built for the homeless in the cities and villages

A house is not only about shelter. 'A roof over the head gives people dignity.'

Talking about 30 million houses built for the homeless in the cities and villages,Mr Modi insisted that a house is not only about shelter. 'A roof over the head gives people dignity.' , he said. This and 'mass movement' to provide drinking water connection to every household, spending over a trillion dollars for next-generation infrastructure, free food grains being provided to 800 millions of the citizensand several other efforts will give strength to the fight against poverty, the Prime Minister said. .

Threat of clinmate change The Prime Minister also discussed the threat of climate change and said that "the simplest and most successful way to mitigate climate change is to lead lifestyles that are in harmony with nature.

Mahatma Gandhi

one of the "greatest environmentalists of the world

. " Calling Mahatma Gandhi one of the "greatest environmentalists of the world" the Prime Minister elaborated how Bapu led a zero carbon footprints lifestyle.

Gandhi ji put the welfare of our planet

above everything else

In whatever he did, Gandhi ji put the welfare of our planet above everything else. Prime Minister highlighted the doctrine of trusteeship propounded by the Mahatma , 'where we all are trustees of the planet with the duty of caring for it'.

PM delivers Video Address at 'Global Citizen Live'

Poverty remains the most persistent of the challenges.Poverty cannot be fought by making the poor more dependent on governments
Poverty can be fought when the poor start seeing governments as trusted partners.





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