Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 76th Session of United Nations General Assembly. In his remarks, PM Modi said, “Today, the world is facing an increased threat of regressive thinking and extremism. In such a situation, the entire world must make science-based, rational and progressive thinking the basis for development. In order to strengthen a science-based approach, India is promoting experience-based learning.”

He said that on one hand, to commemorate the 75th year of its independence, India was going to launch 75 such satellites into space, which Indian students are developing in schools and colleges.

He further said, “On the other hand, with Regressive Thinking, countries that are using terrorism as a political tool have to understand that terrorism is an equally big threat to them. It is very important to ensure that the soil of Afghanistan is not used for spreading terrorism and terrorist attacks.
We also have to be careful that no country tries to use the delicate situation there as a tool for its selfishness motives.

At present, the people of Afghanistan, the women and children there, the minorities there, need help, and we have to discharge our responsibility.”

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Kargil
July 25, 2024
PM to carry out First Blast of the Strategic Shinkun La Tunnel Project
The project will provide all weather connectivity to Leh
On completion it will be the highest tunnel in the world

On the occasion of the 25th Kargil Vijay Diwas on 26th July 2024, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will visit the Kargil War Memorial at around 9:20 AM and pay homage to the bravehearts who made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty. Prime Minister will also carry out the first blast of the Shinkun La Tunnel Project, virtually.

Shinkun La Tunnel Project consists of a 4.1 km long Twin-Tube tunnel which will be constructed at an altitude of around 15,800 feet on the Nimu – Padum – Darcha Road to provide all weather connectivity to Leh. Once completed, it will be the highest tunnel in the world. Shinkun La tunnel will not only ensure swift and efficient movement of our armed forces and equipment but also foster economic and social development in Ladakh.