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Happy Birthday Narendra Modi: Five incidents that prove India comes first for PM Modi

Narendra Modi took over the governance of India in 2014 and since then there have been many occasions that have proved his political decisiveness. Be it demonetisation in 2016 or returning to power with a huge mandate in 2019 or repeal of agricultural laws for the welfare of the society, he has never shied away from taking important policy decisions. Today, we take a look at five examples that prove that the nation comes first for PM Narendra Modi:

Make in India in DefenseIn order to make India self-reliant in the defense sector, the Narendra Modi government has taken several policy initiatives in the last few years. The government has so far banned the import of 1238 items related to the defense sector to promote the manufacture of these items in India. Several important products including 155mm Artillery Gun System ‘Dhanush’, Main Battle Tank ‘Arjun’, T-90 Tank, INS Kalvari, INS Khanderi, INS Chennai, Integrated Air Command and Control System (IACCS), Software Defined Radio (SDR) etc. . The ones that have been produced in the country during the last few years are being used by the Indian Armed Forces. Recently, the Indian Navy inducted the indigenously built warship INS Vikrant, the largest warship built in the country that can carry a crew of 1,600 and operate a fleet of 30 combat aircraft. This shows the growing military capability of India. The promotion of Make in India for defense also increased defense exports. The country recorded the highest ever defense exports of Rs 12,815 crore in 2021-22 as against Rs 2,059 crore in 2015-16.

Netanyahu’s Mike GaffPM Modi visited Israel in 2017. A few months later, then Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s conversation with Eastern European leaders was inadvertently broadcast, where he quoted PM Modi as saying that the latter had gone to Israel to get clean water for India. Netanyahu quoted PM Modi as saying, “I have to take care of India’s interests. I want more water. Clean water. From where will I get it?” Netanyahu quoted PM Modi as saying. This shows how PM Modi keeps looking for the best technologies available across the world which can help India to solve the problems of its citizens. Israel has one of the best technologies for purifying water.

congratulation current eventYou will remember India’s surgical strike in Balakot, Pakistan on February 26, 2019. On 27 February, some Pakistani jets entered India and were chased by the Indian Air Force. During the incident, IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman was hit by one of his jets and landed in Pak territory. India had put a lot of pressure on Pakistan for the safe return of Abhinandan and this was proved by the statement of a Pakistani minister. In October 2020, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Sardar Ayaz Sadiq quoted the then Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi as saying that if Abhinandan was not released, India would attack Pakistan at 9 pm. . He said Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa was sweating and his “feet was trembling”. This shows the resolve of the PM Modi-led Government of India to go to any extent to get the Indian Air Force pilot back.

Import of raw materials for vaccines: Like other countries, India too faced severe Covid waves. While the vaccines were manufactured in India, the Pune-based Serum Institute faced an uphill task in getting some of the raw materials from the US as the US had banned the export of those ingredients. Then, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had a telephonic conversation with US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and the US agreed to lift export restrictions on those items to India.

oil imports from russia: After the war broke out between Russia and Ukraine, the United States imposed a number of sanctions against Russia. Russia, on the other hand, was offering oil at cheap prices. The United States and many European countries were trying to pressure India not to buy cheap oil from Russia. However, India bought oil from Russia bypassing all those pressures. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar publicly said that the government should ensure the best deal and cheap oil for the people.

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