Corruption, casteism, and communalism have no place in India: Narendra Modi


New Delhi: India will be a developed country by 2047, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where casteism, corruption, and communalism would all be outlawed. In an interview with a news organisation, he predicted that India would be among the top three economies in the world soon, citing the nation’s record of moving up five slots in less than a decade.

According to the prime minister, the only means of resolving disputes across different regions is through conversation and diplomacy. Whether or whether India is the G20 President, he declared, his country will support any initiatives aimed at promoting international peace.

The Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas model, according to Prime Minister Modi, can serve as a compass for the wellbeing of a world moving from a GDP-centric to a human-centric perspective.

He claimed that the world views India’s words and aspirations from the G20 as a road map for the future. According to the Prime Minister, the subject of India’s G20 Presidency, Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, is not merely a catchphrase but also a thorough philosophy derived from the national ethos. According to him, India’s G20 priorities include Africa. According to Mr. Modi, no future strategy for the planet can be successful until all voices are heard.