‘The success of the G20 belongs to India, not to any person or political party,’ said Prime Minister Modi in Lok Sabha.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attributed the success of the G20 Summit to the whole country, saying it was not the result of a single individual or political party.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated the success of the G20 Summit to the whole country on Monday, saying it was not the result of a single individual or political party.
Today, you overwhelmingly praised the G20’s achievement…I’d want to show my appreciation to you. The success of the G20 is the triumph of the country’s 140 crore residents. It is India’s prosperity, not the achievement of a person or a political party…”It is a cause for celebration for all of us,” the prime minister said in his speech to the Lok Sabha on the opening day of the extraordinary session of parliament.LIVE streaming of the Parliamentary Special Session”India’s power ensured consensus on the G20 declaration,” the Prime Minister addressed the Lok Sabha, further mentioning the African Union’s membership as a permanent member of the power bloc. “India will be proud that the African Union became a member of the G20 while it was president.” I shall never forget the emotional moment when the African Union President warned that he could cry while speaking during the announcement. “You can imagine the fortune India had in fulfilling such enormous hopes and expectations,” Modi added.
It is because of India’s strength that this (unanimous Declaration) was made possible…The P20 – Summit of G20 Parliament Speakers – you announced would have our full support,” he said.During his speech, the prime minister also praised Chandrayaan 3’s successful lunar landing. “Today, all Indians’ achievements are being discussed everywhere.” This is the product of our combined efforts throughout the course of our Parliament’s 75-year existence. “The success of Chandrayaan-3 has made not only India but the entire world proud,” Modi stated.”This has highlighted a new form of India’s strength, which is linked to technology, science, the potential of our scientists, and the strength of the country’s 140 crore people.” Today, I’d want to congratulate our scientists once again,” he continued.