‘It is my duty to raise my voice for developing countries’: COP26 Will be good to listen to PM Modi

PM Modi stressed that it is imperative to highlight how climate change is threatening the existence of many developing countries.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday delivered a powerful speech at the COP26 summit, where he drew the world’s attention to the plight of developing countries, which were grappling with the repercussions of climate change.

Urging developed countries to pledge $1 trillion for climate action, PM Modi stressed that it is imperative to highlight how climate change is threatening the existence of many developing countries. Prime Minister Modi urged the platform to take big steps to save the world, and called it the absolute ‘need of the hour’.

Addressing COP26, PM Modi said, “India is moving forward with great courage and intention towards tackling issues with climate. India at the same time understands the plight of developing countries. We will continue to raise their problems as well. .

“For many developing countries, climate change is becoming a major threat to their existence. We must take big steps to save the world. This is the need of the hour and the relevance of this platform will be proved. I hope that in Glasgow The decisions taken will save the future of our next generations.”

At the end of his speech, Prime Minister Modi apologized to the Speaker for taking the extra time, and said he firmly believes that it is India’s duty to be the voice of all developing countries dealing with the effects of climate change. “Sorry for being ahead of the deadline, but I believe that it is my duty to raise voice for the developing countries. Therefore, I have emphasized this more in my address. I once again thank everyone. “

PM Modi shares 5 nectar elements ‘Amrit Tattva’ of India
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister also shared the 5 ‘Amrit Tattva’ of India – the goals that the nation had promised to achieve on the platform. He also said that lifestyle plays a major role in climate change. He said, “The word is LIFE which means lifestyle for the environment. Today, it is essential that we all come together and lead life as a movement.” These are the 5 ‘nectar elements’ of India as told by PM Modi

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