Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed confidence that in the times to come India will fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the world.
Virtually delivering ‘State of the World’ address at World Economic Forum, Davos Summit, Mr Modi said, India is moving forward with great strength and vigour. He said, India is celebrating its 75th year of Independence and also the administration of 160 crore vaccine doses in the country. Mr Modi said, India has recently completed the enormous task of administering 160 crore vaccine doses. The Prime Minister said, in this period of Corona, India showcased its strength by providing free food to more than 80 crore of its citizens.
He said, India also focused on reforms in the right direction. Mr Modi said, global economic experts have praised India’s decisions. He said, in this time of Corona pandemic, India following the vision of One Earth, One Health and saving crores of lives by giving essential medicines, vaccines to many countries.
The Prime Minister said, today India is the world’s third largest pharma producer and pharmacy to the world. The Prime Minister said, the bouquet contains, trust towards democracy, technology to empower 21st century and talent and temperament of Indians.
He said, entrepreneurship among Indian youth is at a new height today. Mr Modi said, in 2014 where there were few hundred registered start ups in India. He said, their number has crossed 60 thousand today.
The Prime Minister said, it also has more than 80 unicorns of which more than 40 were established in 2021. He said, while following the path of self-reliance, India’s focus is not only on easing the processes, but also on incentivizing investment and production.
The Prime Minister said, in this period, India has set the goals of high growth, saturation of welfare and wellness. He said, this period of growth will also be green, clean, sustainable and reliable. Mr Modi said, we have to accept that our lifestyle is also a big challenge for the climate.
He said, throw away culture and consumerism have made the climate challenge more serious. The Prime Minister said, it is very important to move rapidly towards the circular economy from the ‘take-make-use-dispose’ economy of today.