India Is A Mother Of Democracy: Modi At Summit For Democracy 2023

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India Is A Mother Of Democracy: Modi At Summit For Democracy 2023

| Updated: March 29, 2023 17:08

Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to India as the mother of democracy and stated that despite numerous global obstacles, the nation has become the fastest-growing major economy, demonstrating the effectiveness of democracy.

Modi also stated in a virtual address to the Summit for Democracy, 2023, that every endeavour of his government is fueled by the combined efforts of Indian citizens.

“India, despite the many global challenges, is the fastest growing major economy today. This itself is the best advertisement for the democracy and the world. This itself says that democracy can deliver,” he said. 

At the second Summit for Democracy, which was co-hosted by US President Joe Biden, Costa Rica President Rodrigo Chaves Robles, Zambia President Hakainde Hichilema, Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and South Korea President Yoon Suk Yeol, Modi gave a speech.

He said that the concept of elected leaders was widespread in ancient India long before it was in the rest of the globe while speaking at the session entitled “Leader-level Plenary on Democracy Delivering Economic Growth and Shared Prosperity,” which was hosted by President Yoon.

 “Our epic Mahabharata describes the first duty of citizens as choosing their own leader. Our sacred vedas speak of political power being exercised by broad-based consultative bodies. There are also many historical evidences of republic states in ancient India where rulers were not hereditary,” Modi said. 

“Whether it is our effort to fight climate change through lifestyle changes, to conserve water through distributed storage or provide clean cooking fuel to everyone, every initiative is powered by collective efforts of citizens of India. During Covid-19, India’s response was people-driven,” the prime minister added. 

The mantra of “vasudeva kutumbakam,” which translates to “one earth, one family, and one future,” is also what drives the nation’s “vaccine maitri” initiative, Modi said.

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