Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, said that India does not influence world pollution levels. According to PM Modi, every citizen of the country has contributed to saving the planet. He addressed this statement at a meeting in Copenhagen on Tuesday.
PM Modi spoke exclusively about the steps taken by his government to encourage the usage of renewable resources of energy. His speech regarding the contributions made by India to the COP-26 climate summit in Glasgow struck a chord with the Nordic nation. Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, expressed his friendship with Modi before requesting him to the podium to address the public at Bella Centre.
During the meeting, more than 1000 members of the Indian community were present. The crowd consisted of Indian students, researchers, professionals, and business persons residing in Denmark. PM Modi’s description of the diaspora of India’s ambassadors in their adapted homelands was to bring their five non-Indian friends to India.
Modi’s Take On Climate
PM Narendra Modi invited the people to help him refresh India’s tourism scenario by bringing five non-Indian friends to their home country. He urged that India must become the one and only tourist destination for them.
Addressing the climate change around him, the PM asserted that India is one of the only countries that have been able to reach its climate goal. India makes a new achievement by catering to 40% of its fuel needs from non-fossil sources, which was supposed to be completed in 2030. The country is also making efforts to reduce the cost of solar power, as per the Prime Minister.
PM Modi urged the crowd to give up the consumption-oriented approach, which was harmful to the planet. He asked the audience to encourage L.I.F.E. (Lifestyle for Environment). Denmark and India’s past in the white revolution and future with the climate-conscious development was also an uproar.
Amidst the chants of ‘Modi, Modi’ and ‘Modi Hai Toh Mumkin Hai’, the crowd became emotional when the PM discussed the contribution of Indian citizens abroad to their karmabhoomi. He showcased the win-win situation for both countries if they maintain healthy foreign policy by giving evidence of ample opportunities. At last, he appreciated the work of India’s medical and vaccine supply system.