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"Where Is UN In Unprecendented Global Crisis" Ask PM Modi| Top Quotes
India has always stressed on good for the whole world in the UN.
"Where Is UN In Unprecedented Global Crisis" Ask PM Modi| Top Quotes
New Delhi: Today PM Modi asked where is the United Nations in the coronavirus fight as he delivered a virtual address at the annual UN General Assembly today.PM Modi today spoke on the wide range of issues including the coronavirus pandemic and India's role in the United Nation.
Also, he stressed that India has been looking at an extended role in the UN." Till when will India be kept away from the UN's decision-making process?" the Prime Minister asked.
PM Modi's Top Quotes From his speech:
1-India is proud of the act that it is the founding member of the UN.The world was significantly different in 1945.
2- Successfully we have avoided a third world war but we cannot deny many wars happened, may civil wars happened. The Terrorist attacks shook the world. Blood was spilled. Those who were killed were like you and me. Children left the world prematurely.
Today, the people of India are concerned whether this reform-process will ever reach its logical conclusion. For how long will India be kept out of the decision-making structures of the United Nations?: #PMModiAtUN pic.twitter.com/bTl0QKfeAJ— DailyaddaaNews (@Dailyaddaa) September 26, 2020
3- So many people lost their life's savings, had to leave their homes. The world is fighting coronavirus for the last 8-9 months. Where is the UN in this fight?
Over the last 8 to 9 months, the whole world has been battling the pandemic of the Coronavirus. Where is the United Nations in this joint fight against the pandemic? Where is its effective response?: #PMModiAtUN pic.twitter.com/azLaQQD15m— DailyaddaaNews (@Dailyaddaa) September 26, 2020
4- When we were weak, we didn't trouble the world. When we became strong, we didn't become a burden on the world. Till when do we have to wait? The ideals of the UN and India's main principles are similar. Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam has echoed in the UN halls many a time
5- "We will use our experience as the world's largest democracy for the benefit of the world. India will stand for Shanti, Suraksha, and samriddhi. We will always oppose drugs, illegal weapons, money laundering. India's experience will strengthen the way for Vishwa-Kalyan (good for the world). India brought changes through the Reform-Perform-Transform process" says PM Modi
From India’s Neighbourhood First Policy to our Act East Policy, as well as idea of security & growth for all in the region, or our views towards the Indo Pacific region, we have always worked for the interests of humankind & not driven by our own self-interests: #PMModiAtUN pic.twitter.com/p6jjlYg1sc— DailyaddaaNews (@Dailyaddaa) September 26, 2020