CM shared thoughts on ‘contemporary politics & youth leadership'

Published By : Admin | March 18, 2012 | 16:10 IST
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CM in Pune

CM visits Suzlon group’s energy headquarter ‘One Earth’

India needs a fresh breeze of leadership in public life

Dynastic politics is being practiced in the guise of giving way to younger generation 

"India needs a fresh breeze of leadership in public life. Dynastic politics is being practiced in the guise of giving way to younger generation. This will spell new troubles for India," said Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

As apart of  his Pune visit, the Chief Minister went to the leading energy sector group Suzlon’s headquarter - ‘One Earth’. Mr. Modi shared his motivational thoughts during a discussion held on the them of ‘contemporary politics’ and ‘youth leadership’.

Chief Minister gave highlights of Gujarat’s initiatives in developing transportation facilities through sea-route and the development in the field of natural energy resources. He said that Gujaratis on top in the country in earning carbon credit.

Chief Minister pointed out that in the past, Gujarat did not use its natural resources for development. “Entire 1600 km. coastline of Gujarat was proving a burden for the state”, he said. With the development of ports, Gujarat has now emerged as India’s gateway for global trade. The state is also developing eco-friendly modern cities of 21st century such as GIFT city, knowledge city, health city, port city, twin city, transport city, he said.

 

Mr. Modi said that Gujarat has set up 32 new universities in last decade. Among them are some specialized universities which will give best human resource to the world.

Suzlon group chairman and CMD Tulsi Tanti greeted the Chief Minister and described him as nation’s most farsighted and dynamic political leader who has earned international recognition forGujarat. Mr. Modi also had discussions with Suzlon’s board of directors on the development of energy sector.

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President of the 77th Session of United Nations General Assembly H.E. Mr. Csaba Korosi calls on PM Narendra Modi
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Mr. Csaba Korosi lauds India’s transformational initiatives for communities, including in the area of water resource management and conservation
Mr. Csaba Korosi speaks about the importance of India being at the forefront of efforts to reform global institutions
PM appreciates PGA’s approach based on science and technology to find solutions to global problems
PM emphasises the importance of reforming the multilateral system, including the UN Security Council, so as to truly reflect contemporary geopolitical realities

The President of the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (PGA), H.E. Mr. Csaba Korosi called on Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today.

During the meeting, Mr. Csaba Korosi lauded India’s transformational initiatives for communities, including in the area of water resource management and conservation. Acknowledging India’s efforts towards Reformed Multilateralism, Mr. Csaba Korosi underscored the importance of India being at the forefront of efforts to reform global institutions.

Prime Minister thanked Mr. Csaba Korosi for making India his first bilateral visit since assuming office. He appreciated Mr. Csaba Korosi’s approach based on science and technology to find solutions to global problems. He assured Mr. Csaba Korosi of India’s fullest support to his Presidency initiatives during the 77th UNGA including the UN 2023 Water Conference.

Prime Minister emphasised the importance of reforming the multilateral system, including the UN Security Council, so as to truly reflect contemporary geopolitical realities.