We’re moving towards new world order after Covid pandemic: PM Modi in Parliament

By | February 7, 2022

“I see clearly that after the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is quickly moving towards a new world order,” PM Modi said in his speech in Lok Sabha on Monday.

PM Modi addressing Lok Sabha on Monday

PM Modi addressing Lok Sabha on Monday | YouTube @Sansad TV

We’re moving towards a new world after the Covid pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday.

Addressing the Lok Sabha on the Motion of Thanks to the President, PM Modi said the country is celebrating 75 years of Independence.

“History is witness that after World War II, the world saw a big change, a new world order in which we are living now. I see clearly that after the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is quickly moving towards a new world order.

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“It is a turning point and we, as a nation, should not let this opportunity go,” PM Modi said.

The Prime Minister said the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav has presented an opportunity to inspire the country.

He added, “India’s voice should be bold at the main table. India should not sell itself short and believe that it can take up a leadership role. In this context, Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav is an opportunity to inspire the nation.”

“We are entering an Amrit era,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.

During his speech, PM Modi also thanked all Members of Parliament who took part in the discussion on the Motion of Thanks to the President.

He also remembered Lata Mangeshkar a day after the 92-year-old singer breathed her last in Mumbai. “The country lost Lata ji yesterday. Her voice inspired and entertained the nation for decades,” PM Modi said.

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