PM Modi at Davos says, Climate change, terrorism and protectionism are the challenges before us


At the plenary session of the 48th  World Economic Forum on Tuesday prime minister Narendra Modi  listed three issues — climate change, terrorism and protectionism — as the three challenges the human civilisation is facing,  while addressing the opening keynote address.

While speaking on terrorism, prime minister said, “Terrorism is dangerous. Worse is when people say there is a difference between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ terror. It is painful to see some youngsters getting radicalised.”

He also projected India’s actions towards this by saying that by 2022 the country has aimed to produce 175 gigawatt of renewable energy and claimed that one-third of this target has already been met.

PM Modi culminated his speech with one of trademark alliterations as he presented India to the world saying, “If you want wellness with wealth, come to India. If you want health and wholeness of life, come to India. If you want prosperity and peace, come to India. You are always welcome.”


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