India known as ‘Mother of Democracy’, says Modi at 76th UNGA address

New Delhi, 25 September: Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India is known as Mother of Democracy. He said that development should be all inclusive, all nutritious, all touching, and all pervasive, it is our priority.

Addressing the UNGA in New York, Prime Minister Modi said that I am representing a country which has the pride of Mother of Democracy. We have a great tradition of democracy spanning thousands of years. On this August 15th, India has entered its 75th year of independence.

In this sequence, he further said that our diversity is the hallmark of our strong democracy a country with dozens of languages, hundreds of dialects, different lifestyles and cuisines. This is an example of Vibrant Democracy.

At the beginning of his address, he expressed condolences while paying tribute to those who lost their lives in the Corona pandemic.

The Prime Minister said that for the last one and a half years, the whole world is facing the biggest pandemic in 100 years. I pay tribute to all those who have lost their lives in such a terrible pandemic and extend my condolences to the families.

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