Let’s showcase new India to world with G20: Baijayant Jay Panda at National Executive meet

PM Modi wants the BJP leaders to showcase new India to those visiting the country during G20, said Panda

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By: Urvashi Khona
Updated: 17 January, 2023 6:33 pm IST

The G20 presidency is an opportunity for India to showcase its culture and tradition to the whole world, BJP vice-president Baijayant Jay Panda said on Tuesday at the party’s National Executive meeting in the national capital.

The resolution for the session on G20 was moved by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar while Panda addressed the press on what the Narendra Modi-led government’s vision is for India’s G20 presidency.

He said that India led the world from the front during the difficult Covid-19 years. Reading out Jaishankar’s statement, Panda said India’s image at the international level has seen a massive improvement over the last few years. “Earlier, we were dependent on other countries to get help but today now we are not just looking after our people but helping other nations too,” said Panda.

Highlighting how India kept the economic growth momentum going even when developed countries struggled during the pandemic, Panda said PM Modi wants the BJP leaders to showcase the new India to those visiting the country.

“There will be 200 events in 50 locations which is historic in every sense… There are dedicated verticals such as W20 for women, Science 20, thinktank 20, Y 20, and tasks have been delegated,” added Panda.

Panday jointly addressed the press briefing with BJP Parliamentary Board member Sudha Yadav.

Speaking about  Garib Kalyan Yojana Yadav said “When PM Modi was sworn in as the PM, he said his government will work for those who are marginalized and deprived. And the government did it. It took care of houses, medical facilities, and scholarships for poor students; Start-Up India too was given a boost. Har Ghar Jal movement has been promoted. In Tripura, the government formed policies for tea estate laborers. Ladli Yojana and Suraksha schemes too are running in states,” she said.

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