Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that “India first” was the simplest mantra that guides the foreign policy of his government to define the global narrative on various issues.
He also said that the surgical strikes between CDT targeting Pakistan’s terrorism launch platforms two years ago demonstrated the country’s ability to confront terrorism “in a language that terrorists understand.”
Modi reaffirmed his promise to return the black money hidden in tax havens and punish those who had them.
Speaking to the BJP workers in several cities of Andhra Pradesh through the NaMo application, the prime minister said that India had become a world leader thanks to the 130 inhabitants of the country.
“Our foreign policy is based on the simple mantra of India. First, let’s not forget that the global narrative is left behind, India now establishes the global narrative on several subjects.
“It is not my fault, it is the whole country that has elected a government by an absolute majority, it is the interests of the nation and the people that dictate the foreign policy of India,” he said. Modi, answering a party question. Narsapuram worker.
At his first G20 summit, the prime minister said it was necessary for the world to come together to fight against black money to ensure a better life for millions of people and the question later. I found an echo in several global forums.
Noting that India had made agreements with many countries to obtain real-time information about corrupt money, Modi said that “black money and those who had been punished would be returned.”
Referring to terrorism, the prime minister said that the world has now recognized that India has been a victim of terrorism for at least four decades.
“In India, we want peace, we also know how to treat terrorists in a language they understand,” he said, adding that the surgical strikes were an example.
“Not only do we perform the surgical attacks, but we also have the full support of many countries around the world for our actions,” he said.
Besides being important for security, foreign policy was also important for the economy, the prime minister said.
“For the first time in 20 years, our country has gone through China in foreign direct investment.” Our $ 75 billion currency exchange agreement with Japan shows how much friendship it has with other countries. It is synonymous with great economic benefits, “he said.
Modi recalled a recent letter from a citizen who said that all the tricks of his government revolved around security.
“National security, internal, physical, financial, health … against the uncertainties of life The concept of security has many dimensions, we have worked on each of them,” he said.
Modi said his government was keeping the country and its citizens safe, but his work on security went beyond national and national security.
“Think of the safety of women, we have even gone ahead with the death penalty for crimes against women, and the death penalty for raping a girl under the age of 12 is a great gesture,” he said.
Beyond physical security, the government has also focused on financial security for all, he said, referring to projects such as Jan Dhan Yojana, Sukanya Samruddhi Yojana, Prime Minister Suraksha Bima Yojana, and Prime Minister Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana.
Health security, he said, has become the country’s main need. Only when people’s health needs are taken into account will they be able to do great things for the nation.
When calling the health insurance plan “Ayushman Bharat” of his revolutionary government, the prime minister said that the poor no longer had to suffer health problems because they could not afford the treatment. They can get free treatment at the best hospitals, he said.