PM Modi outlines India's rapid development agenda at UNGA | Master Stroke

27 Sep 2019 11:06 PM

PM Modi outlines India's rapid development agenda at UNGA | Master Stroke

Updated 27 Sep 2019 11:06 PM

 India presented before the world its rapid strides towards bringing development to its 1.3 billion people -- from toilets in every home, potable water in every tap, building rural roads, bank accounts for every citizen to health insurance and housing for its people -- and said that it was ready to share its experience with other developing countries, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 74th UN General Assembly here on Friday.

The Prime Minister emphasised before the world that he had been voted back to power by an overwhelming mandate in which 600 million people had voted, the largest such election anywhere in the world, to stress the massive mandate he had got, thus conveying to the world that his every move had the backing of the people.

Modi detailed the development works his government has brought about since 2014, when he was first voted to power, -- from Swachh Bharat, building 11 crore toilets, free healthcare for 50 crore people, the Jan Dhan Yojana for linking people to bank accounts, Digital India, to bringing potable water to the people -- to tell the world about the inclusiveness of his governance.

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