India’s Contribution to the world was Buddha, not Yuddha, Says PM

Addressing the 74th Session of United Nations General Assembly in New York a short while ago, he said that terrorism is one of the greatest challenges for humanity and the world should unite against it.

Mr Modi said, the world, which is divided on terrorism, hurts the basic reason of why United Nation was formed to end all form of terrorism. He said peace and harmony is the need of the hour as he invoked the words of Swami Vivekananda in Chicago where he urged the global community to avoid dissensions.

The Prime Minister said India has given Buddha to the world and not Yuddha. Urging the United Nations to provide a new direction to world affairs. PM said Multi-lateralism and collective responsibility should be the road ahead.

Mr.Modi said India’s motto of Jan Bhagidari to Jan Kalyan has now encompassed Jankalyan to Jagkalyan.

During his 18-minute address, marked by applause, Prime Minister said though India’s role in global warming is very minimal, its role to reduce global warming is massive.