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PM Modi roars on corruption in ‘World Government Summit’ in UAE, advice to the world – India TV Hindi

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PM Modi roars on corruption in ‘World Government Summit’ in UAE, advice to the world – India TV Hindi

Narendra Modi, PM.  - India TV Hindi

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Dubai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday lashed out at corruption at the ‘World Government Summit’ on the second day of his visit to the United Arab Emirates. He said that the world today needs governments that are inclusive and free from corruption. PM Modi said that his mantra for the last few years has been ‘minimum government, maximum governance’. The government should interfere as little as possible in people’s lives. Emphasizing on the mantra of ‘minimum governance, maximum governance’, he said, “I believe that people should neither feel the absence of the government, nor should they be under pressure from the government.

Modi said, “Actually, I believe that the government should interfere in people’s lives as little as possible.” He said that people’s trust in the government has increased in India in the last few years. He said, “The public has faith in the intentions and commitment of the Government of India. This became possible only because we gave priority to public sentiments. Modi said, India has seen major changes in the recent past. Be it India’s cleanliness campaign, digital literacy campaign or girl child education campaign, the success of every such big goal has been ensured only through public participation.

Modi spent 23 years as PM and CM

Modi said that as the Chief Minister of Gujarat and Prime Minister of India, he has spent 23 years in government and his principle has been ‘minimum government, maximum governance’. The Prime Minister said his government focused on women-led development and strengthening the financial, social and political status of Indian women. Modi said social and financial inclusion has been a priority of his government and more than 50 crore people have been connected to the banking system. He said, “Social and financial inclusion have been the key priorities of our government. We have connected more than 50 crore people with the banking system. These were the people who did not have any bank account.” The Prime Minister said, ”The result of our continuous efforts is that India is shining on the global stage in the areas of financial technology (fintech) and digital payments.

The world needs corruption free governments

PM Modi said that the world today needs governments that are inclusive, take everyone along and are clean and free from corruption. Modi said that on one hand the world is moving towards modernity and on the other hand the challenges that have been going on since the previous centuries are becoming intense. He said, “Terrorism in its various forms is bringing new challenges to humanity every day. Today climate change is accelerating with time. On one hand there are domestic concerns and on the other hand the international system appears to be in disarray.” The Prime Minister said that people today need governments that can provide ease of living, ease of justice, ease of innovation and ease of doing business. Noting that Dubai has become the center of global economy, commerce and technology, Modi said, “The World Government Summit has been a great medium to bring together thought leaders from around the world on one platform.”

Dubai described as the center of the global economy

The way Dubai is emerging as a hub of global economy, commerce and technology, it is an excellent example to the world. Praising UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Modi said that he is a visionary and determined leader. The ‘World Government Summit’ is being organized under the theme ‘Shaping the Governments of the Future’, which will involve dialogue between governments, international organizations, think tanks and private sector leaders from around the world. Before his address at the conference, the Prime Minister met Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE. The two leaders discussed various areas of bilateral cooperation including trade and investment, technology, education and people-to-people ties. (Language)

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