India moving ahead
with bigger purpose
for global welfare;
says Narendra Modi

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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said that the world is considering India’s development resolutions as a means of achieving its goals and added that India is performing a bigger purpose of ensuring global welfare.  

Addressing the inaugural session of the Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO), the Prime Minister said, “Today, the world is considering India’s development resolutions as a means of achieving its goals. Be it Global Peace, Global Prosperity, Solutions related to Global Challenges, or Empowerment of Global Supply Chain, the world is looking towards India with great confidence.”

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the inaugural session of the Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) on Friday.

“Whatever may be the area of   expertise, area of   concern, whatever may be the difference of opinion, the rise of New India unites all. Today everyone feels that India is now moving beyond Probability and Potential and performing a bigger purpose of global welfare,” he said.

The Prime Minister said “Today the country is encouraging talent, trade and technology as much as possible. Today the country is registering dozens of startups every day, and trying to create a unicorn every week,” PM Modi said.

Prime Minister addressed the inaugural session of ‘JITO Connect 2022’ today via video conferencing.

JITO is a global organisation connecting Jains worldwide and JITO Connect is an endeavour to help businesses and industry by providing an avenue for mutual networking and personal interactions.

‘JITO Connect 2022’ is a three-day event being organized at Gangadham Annex, Pune from May 6th to 8th and will encompass multiple sessions on diverse issues relating to business and economy.

Modi thanks Madagascar President

for recognising India’s leadership

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has thanked Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina for recognising India’s leadership in promoting climate and disaster resilience through Coalition on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI).

The Prime Minister said the challenges faced by the Island States due to climate change are a key focus of India’s efforts under the CDRI initiative, launched by PM Modi himself in 2019.

“Thank you President @SE_Rajoelina. The challenges faced by Island States due to climate change are a key focus of our efforts under the CDRI initiative to create resilient infrastructure,” PM Modi tweeted.

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs a meeting to review the preparations for the heatwave management and monsoon preparedness, in New Delhi on Thursday. (ANI Photo)

President Rajoelina on Wednesday praised India’s leadership in promoting climate and disaster resilience.

“I thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for India’s leadership in promoting climate and disaster resilience through this Coalition. I am convinced that our activities will be fruitful, with direct impacts on people’s lives,” he said in a tweet.

Lauding PM Modi for India’s leadership in climate and disaster resilience, Rajoelina said it is crucial to invest in the resilience of infrastructure systems.

Speaking at the inaugural session of the 4th International CDRI, Rajoelina had said that his country has recently joined the CDRI and is honoured to be part of this global partnership.

Madagascar’s Foreign Minister Richard Randriamandrato visited India between April 25-27 and held discussions with External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar.

During an interview, the Foreign Minister of Madagascar had said that Madagascar’s President may visit India in June this year. (ANI)