Prime Minister Modi Drops Bombshell Response to Pakistan and China’s G20 Objections! You Won’t Believe What He Said!

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi firmly rejected objections from Pakistan and China concerning the hosting of G20 meetings in Jammu and Kashmir. During an interview with PTI, the Prime Minister emphasized the naturalness of conducting meetings in various regions of the country.

He stated, The question of such objections would be relevant if we had refrained from organizing meetings in those locations. India is an extensive, picturesque, and diverse nation. When G20 meetings take place, it is only logical that meetings occur in different parts of our country.”

During his interview with the news agency, PM Modi addressed a wide range of topics, including India’s presidency at the G20, the fight against the pandemic, India’s human-centric development approach, and the vaccination campaign. He said, “India’s response to the pandemic, characterized by a clear & coordinated approach, direct assistance to the most vulnerable through technology, vaccine development, the world’s largest vaccination drive, and sharing medicines and vaccines with nearly 150 countries, was acknowledged and appreciated.” Modi added that India’s words and vision were seen as a roadmap for the future.

PM Modi expressed concern about the global debt crisis, especially for developing nations. He noted that citizens worldwide are closely monitoring government decisions on this matter and highlighted some positive developments. “Firstly, countries experiencing or having experienced a debt crisis are placing greater emphasis on financial discipline. Secondly, those observing other countries facing challenges due to the debt crisis are more cautious about avoiding similar mistakes,” he stated.

The Prime Minister also called for reforms within the United Nations, asserting that a mid-20th-century approach is inadequate for the 21st-century world. He stressed the importance of institutions in maintaining a fair and sensitive rules-based order in the multipolar world but emphasized that these institutions must adapt to the changing times to remain relevant.

PM Modi expressed his vision for India to become a developed nation by 2047 and criticized the previous UPA government for not having faith in India’s capabilities. He lamented that, in the past, there was a tendency to centralize decision-making in Delhi, possibly due to convenience or a lack of confidence in the abilities of people from different parts of the country to execute large-scale plans successfully.

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