PM Modi Stresses on Inclusive and Corruption-Free Governments at World Governments Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), addressed the World Governments Summit in Dubai on February 14. He emphasized the need for governments worldwide to be inclusive and free from corruption, stating that his mantra has always been ‘minimum government, maximum governance’.

PM Modi highlighted the increase in public trust in the Indian government over the last few years, attributing it to the government’s focus on addressing public sentiments. He emphasized the importance of women-led development and the government’s efforts to strengthen the financial, social, and political conditions of women in India.

The Prime Minister also mentioned the government’s focus on social and financial inclusion, noting that over 50 crore people have been connected to the banking system. He emphasized the need for governments to be inclusive, clean, and corruption-free in today’s world.

PM Modi also spoke about the challenges faced by the world, stating that while progress towards modernity is evident, challenges from earlier centuries are intensifying. He highlighted technology as a key disruptor, with both positive and negative impacts.

During his visit, PM Modi also addressed the Indian community in the UAE at an event called ‘Ahlan Modi’, where he praised the contribution of the Indian diaspora to strengthening bilateral relations between India and the UAE. He thanked the UAE government for its support and care for the Indian community, especially during the difficult times of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The UAE is home to about 3.5 million Indian nationals, making it the largest population of Indian citizens anywhere in the world.

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