Check out the top takeaways from PM Modi addresses in 76th session of the UN General Assembly

India, Sept 25: Check out the top takeaways from PM Modi addresses in the 76th session of the UN General Assembly

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). PM addressed several issues such as the Covid-19 pandemic and the situation of Afghanistan, among others.


Here are the key takeaways from PM’s speech at the UN General Assembly

1. ‘India is known to be the mother of democracy’

2. ‘When India grows, the world grows’

3. ‘When India reforms, the world transforms’

4. ‘World has been grappling with worst pandemic’

5. PM Modi pays tribute to lives lost due to COVID-19

6. ‘Development should be all-pervasive, inclusive’

7. ‘India has brought 430 million to banking systems’

8. ‘India has built 30 million homes for homeless families’

9. ‘Every 6th person in the world is Indian’

10. ‘Oceans should not be used for expansion & exclusion’

11. ‘India is on a journey to provide clean & portable water’

12. ‘India developed world’s first DNA vaccine’

13. ‘India’s mRNA vaccine is in development stages’

14. ‘India has struck a balance between economy & ecology’

15. ‘India outperformed developed world on climate action’

16. ‘Emphasis on science bases approach to development’

17. ‘World faces a rising threat of extremism’

18. ‘No country should take advantage of Afghan crisis’

19. ‘Terrorism is an equal threat to nations using them’

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PM Narendra Modi mentioned several national schemes including Ayushmann Bharat, PM Awas Yojana and PM Jan Dhan Yojana, Piped Water Supply, Health Insurance, UPI, Covid-19 Vaccine Delivery and Mapping Of Villages Using Drones. PM Modi emphasised the principle of ‘Antyodaya‘.

PM Modi invoked acharya Chanakya, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, and Rabindranath Tagore in his speech. PM Modi recalled the words of Indian strategist Chanakya, who had said, “When the right work is not done at the right time, time itself destroys the success of that work.”

PM Modi ended his address by quoting Rabindranath Tagore (in Bengali), “Boldly proceed on the path of good deed and may you overcome all the obstacles in the way.”