JAMMU : Asserting that the aspirations of humanity can be fulfilled only in the conditions of peace, the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has said “Ahimsa’ deeply rooted in our great civilization, is making the world realize the futility of conflict and utility of dialogue”.
Speaking at National Conference on India @ G20, LG stressed upon synergy between developmental activities and environment conservation to ensure global prosperity and better quality of life for all. He further observed that Ecological security will lead to economic security and strengthen our social development initiatives.
“India will play the most important & constructive role for climate future and shape the action plan for mitigation, adaptation and environmental management systems. India will guide the world towards achieving the goal of environmentally sustainable development,” he said.
Adding that during India’s G20 presidency, green, accelerated, inclusive & sustainable growth are top priorities and the world is looking at us with a hope to deal with the challenges of Covid, Climate Change and Conflict, Sinha further said “Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji gave a new vision to the world that climate change cannot be fought from conference tables alone but It has to be fought from the dinner tables in every home. This will pave the way for sustainable & inclusive development”.
The Lt Governor said that under the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister, India has given a new social model to the world for equitable development. Atma-Nirbhar Bharat, Make In India and Digital India have provided a robust framework for rapid and sustainable growth, he added. He further emphasized on exchange of best practices and increased cooperation between the countries for Digitally Empowered Society and Knowledge-based Economy.
G20 represents 60% of the world population, accounts 85% of global GDP and 75% of global trade. I am confident that India’s G20 presidency will give new impetus to global relations and strengthen the spirit of “One Earth, One Family, One Future”, he added.