The G20 Presidency is the Presidency of the People, Telugu Language Day will be celebrated on August 29th: Prime Minister Modi
New Delhi, August 27: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that India is fully prepared for the G20 presidency and “our G20 presidency is the people’s presidency”. He also announced that August 29 would be celebrated as Telugu Language Day, just months before the assembly elections in Telangana.
Addressing the 104th episode of the monthly broadcast of “Man Ki Baat” and discussing the upcoming event of the G20 summit, Modi said that India is fully prepared for the G20 leaders’ summit next month.
The prime minister said that heads of 40 countries and many world organizations come to the national capital to take part in the event.
“This will be the largest ever participation in the history of the G-20 summit. During its presidency, India has made the G-20 a more inclusive forum. The African Union also joined the G-20 at India’s invitation and with a loud voice. “The people of Africa have come to this The important platform for the world.
Modi said that since India took over the G20 presidency in Bali last year, much has happened that makes India proud.
“Moving away from the tradition of big events in Delhi. We took this to different cities in the country. About 200 meetings related to this were organized in 60 cities of the country,” Modi said.
“Wherever the G20 delegates went, they were warmly welcomed. The delegates were deeply moved to see the diversity of our country and our vibrant democracy. They also realized that there is a lot of potential in India,” he said.
“Our presidency of the G-20 is a people’s presidency. The spirit of public participation is at the fore,” Modi said.
The G20 or G20 is an intergovernmental forum of the world’s major developed and developing economies. The group includes Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and European Union. union.
Member states account for about 85% of global GDP, more than 75% of world trade, and about two-thirds of the world’s population.
Modi also announced that August 29 will be celebrated as Telugu Language Day.
“Our mother tongue is a very powerful way of communicating with our culture and traditions. Similarly, India has another mother tongue, the glorious Telugu language. 29th August will be celebrated as Telugu day. I wish all of you a very happy Telugu day.” He said.
The Prime Minister also congratulated the Indian players for winning 26 medals at the World University Games.
He said, “Today I want to talk about a tournament in which our players made the country proud. In China, we had the World University Games where Indian players won a total of 26 medals.
He also spoke with the players who participated in the matches.
He also extended his greetings to the nation on the occasion of the upcoming Raksha Bandhan during his Man Ki Baat speech.
Emphasizing that Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages in the world, Modi said it is also called the mother of many modern languages.
“Today, the awareness and sense of pride in the Sanskrit language has increased among the people. There is also a special contribution of the country in the past years behind it,” he said.
Talking about dairy products, Modi said, “Today there are many people who are diversifying by adopting dairy products. You should also know about Amanpreet Singh, who runs a dairy farm in Kota, Rajasthan. Besides dairy products, he also focused on Biogas and laying the foundations for the establishment of two biogas plants.
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