On Saturday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi told amazing and proud pieces of information. He told that Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes a fresh and new world order is about to take shape. The point here is that he said India has a huge role to play in it.
While speaking to the media after the NDA leader’s recent meet, Joshi talked about this. He said, “Addressing the NDA leaders, PM Narendra Modi today said that after the pandemic, a new world order is about to take shape and India has a big role to play in the emerging new world order.”
“The Prime Minister said this decade is a very important one, just like the decade after World War II. Unlike earlier, we are not going to be a mute spectator, and we will rise to the occasion based on our traditions and ideals of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam,” he further added.
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Modi’s meeting with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) leaders has come hours after he addressed an all-party meeting. This was just ahead of the Union Budget session.
During his address, the Prime Minister quoted Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar while informing the leaders of all parties about the government’s stand on farm laws. He assured through his words that things will slowly settle down and people will understand the good intentions of the government.
He said, “I want to reiterate what Narendra Singh Tomar said to farmers. He said, “we are not reaching a consensus but we are giving you the offer and you (farmers) may go and deliberate. I am just a phone call away. He said that to farmers.”
“The government proposal still stands. Please convey this to your followers. The solution should be found through dialogue. We all have to think about the nation,” he additionally stated.
Leaders of all parties were invited to attend the meeting. This meeting was held in the backdrop of the ongoing farmers’ agitation. The farmers are against the three controversial farm laws passed in September due to various concerns. It has kept the government and opposition at loggerheads.