Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday referred to the strength of Indian democracy at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, saying that a little boy who once helped his father at his father’s tea stall, Today is addressing UNGA for the fourth time. PM Modi said, “I represent a country which is known as the ‘mother of democracy’. Democracy has been India’s great tradition for thousands of years.” He said, “The strength of our democracy is demonstrated by the fact that a little boy who once helped his father at his tea stall at the railway station, addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the fourth time today as the Prime Minister of India. Has been doing.”
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PM Modi said that our thousands of years of great tradition of democracy has entered India’s 75th year of independence on this 15th August. Our diversity is the hallmark of our strong democracy. A country which has dozens of languages, hundreds of dialects, different lifestyles and food. This is a great example of Vibrant Democracy. PM Modi said that polluted water is a big problem not only for India but for the whole world. To counter this challenge, we are running a massive campaign to provide clean, drinking water to over 170 million households across India.
Modi said, “I will soon complete 20 years of serving my countrymen as the head of the government. First, as the longest-serving Chief Minister of Gujarat and then as the Prime Minister for the last seven years.” He said that this is the gift of democracy.
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PM Modi said that today the danger of Regressive Thinking and Extremism is increasing in front of the world. In these circumstances, the whole world has to make (Science-Based) Science-Based, Rational and Progressive Thinking as the basis of development. With Regressive Thinking, countries that are using terrorism as a political tool, they have to understand that terrorism is an equally big threat to them. PM Modi said that it is necessary that we continuously strengthen the UN for the protection of Global Order, Global Laws and Global Values.