On the Party's 40th Sthapana Diwas, Prime Minister Modi requested BJP Karyakartas to do a few things amid the Coronavirus lockdown. He asked the them to help with five things – provide food to the poor, urged them to wear a face mask, run a ‘Thank you campaign’ for the frontline service providers, make people aware of Aarogya Setu app and encourage people to contribute towards PM CARES fund.

Here are the five things that PM Modi urged the Karyakartas to follow:

First: Prime Minister Modi asked the BJP Karyakartas to help the poor with ration and ensure not a single poor is left without food.

Second: PM Modi urged all BJP workers to wear a face-mask while going to help the needy. He also urged people to cover their face with any cloth and distribute it among five-seven more people. 

Third: The Prime Minister asked the Karyakartas to run a ‘Thank you campaign’ for those who have been battling against COVID-19. He said the doctors, nurses, sanitation workers, police personnel, bank officials, those who work in the post offices, those related to essential services must be thanked. “I would want you to collect thank you letters with signatures of residents in your booth and all of them should be given to people working on the frontline in that area”, PM Modi added.

Fourth: PM Modi urged BJP Karyakartas to make more and more people aware of Government of India’s Aarogya Setu App – the official COVID-19 tracker mobile application. He said that every Karyakarta must ensure that 40 people download the app.

Fifth: PM Modi said every BJP Karyakarta should himself contribute as well as encourage at least 40 people to donate towards PM-CARES Fund, which was set up to enable contributions by citizens against COVID-19 pandemic.

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PM Modi's remarks at G7 Summit on Building Back Together - Open Societies & Economies
June 13, 2021

On the second day of the Outreach Sessions of the G7 Summit, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi took part in two sessions titled ‘Building Back Together—Open Societies and Economies’ and ‘Building Back Greener: Climate and Nature’.

Invited to speak as a Lead Speaker in the session on Open Societies, PM recalled that democracy and freedom were a part of India’s civilizations ethos. He shared the concern expressed by several Leaders that open societies are particularly vulnerable to disinformation and cyber-attacks, and stressed the need to ensure that cyberspace remains an avenue for advancing democratic values and not of subverting it. Hihglighting the non-democratic and unequal nature of global governance institutions, PM called for the reform of the multilateral system as the best signal of commitment to the cause of Open Societies. The leaders adopted the ‘Open Societies Statement’ at the end of the meeting.

In the session on climate change, PM highlighted that the planet's atmosphere, biodiversity and oceans can not be protected by countries acting in silos, and called for collective action on climate change. Speaking about India's unwavering commitment to climate action, he mentioned the commitment by Indian Railways to achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2030. He stressed that India is the only G-20 country on track to meet its Paris commitments. He also took note of the increasing effectiveness of the two major global initiatives nurtured by India i.e. the CDRI and the International Solar Alliance. Prime Minister stressed that developing countries need better access to climate finance, and called for a holistic approach towards climate change that covers all dimensions of the problem- mitigation, adaptation, technology transfer, climate financing, equity, climate justice and lifestyle change.

Prime Minister's message of global solidarity and unity, especially between open and democratic societies and economies, in tackling the global challenges of health, climate change and economic recovery was well received by the Leaders at the Summit.