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Who better than the people of Maharashtra, the land of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, would know the importance of a strong and capable government: PM Modi in Maharashtra
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a huge rally of supporters in Madha, Maharashtra today.

Elaborating on the need and advantages of a stable and strong government in the country, PM Modi said, “Who better than the people of Maharashtra, the land of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, would know the importance of a strong and capable government and what it is able to achieve. The overwhelming support that I recived across the country in 2014 helped me in not only taking bold decisions in the better interests of the people but also take historic decisions for the welfare of the most vulnerable and marginalised people as well.”

Criticising the Opposition parties including NCP and Congress, PM Modi said, “While on one hand, the people have seen the track record of BJP governments both in Maharashtra as well as in the Centre and fully support this double engine of growth. On the other hand, there is the ‘Maha-Milawat’ with all its parties that are only concerned about pulling each other down and indulging in divisive politics. Neither do they have an agenda to lead the future of the country nor do they have a leader to do so. The only reason for their coming together is to remove Modi and grab power to form a coalition of opportunistic parties that will not serve the people of the country, they will serve themselves and their families.”

Highlighting the major initiatives and schemes started by the incumbent government since 2014, Prime Minister Modi asserted that the BJP-led NDA government is working continuously to enhance the productivity and incomes of cane farmers in the country as well as strengthening the Farmer Produce Organisation in order to help farmers get better prices for their produce. He added that despite the Opposition, especially the Congress, hurling personal abuses and tantrums against him and his family background, he continues to work to improve the lives of all Indians unbothered. He said that he was certain the people of Maharashtra will give a befitting reply to such parties in the Lok Sabha elections.

 

 

 

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Prime Minister’s Departure Statement ahead of his visit to Rome and Glasgow
October 28, 2021
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I will be visiting Rome, Italy and the Vatican City, at the invitation of H.E. Prime Minister Mario Draghi, following which I will travel to Glasgow, United Kingdom from 1-2 November 2021 at the invitation of H.E. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

In Rome, I will attend the 16th G20 Leaders’ Summit, where I will join other G20 Leaders in discussions on global economic and health recovery from the pandemic, sustainable development, and climate change. This will be the first in-person Summit of the G20 since the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020 and will allow us to take stock of the current global situation and exchange ideas on how the G20 can be an engine for strengthening economic resilience and building back inclusively and sustainably from the pandemic.

During my visit to Italy, I will also visit the Vatican City, to call on His Holiness Pope Francis and meet Secretary of State, His Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin.

On the sidelines of the G20 Summit, I will also meet with leaders of other partner countries and review the progress in India’s bilateral relations with them.

Following the conclusion of the G20 Summit on 31 October, I will depart for Glasgow to attend the 26th Conference of Parties (COP-26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). I will be participating in the high-level segment of COP-26 titled ‘World Leaders’ Summit’ (WLS) on 1-2 November, 2021 along with 120 Heads of States/Governments from around the world.

In line with our tradition of living in harmony with nature and culture of deep respect for the planet, we are taking ambitious action on expanding clean & renewable energy, energy efficiency, afforestation and bio-diversity. Today, India is creating new records in collective effort for climate adaptation, mitigation and resilience and forging multilateral alliances. India is among the top countries in the world in terms of installed renewable energy, wind and solar energy capacity.At the WLS, I will share India’s excellent track record on climate action and our achievements.

I will also highlight the need to comprehensively address climate change issues including equitable distribution of carbon space, support for mitigation and adaptation and resilience building measures, mobilization of finance, technology transfer and importance of sustainable lifestylesfor green and inclusive growth.

COP26 Summit will also provide an opportunity to meet with all the stakeholders including leaders of partner countries, innovators and Inter-Governmental Organization and explore the possibilities for further accelerating our clean growth.