After the grand and unprecedented event, 'Howdy Modi!', wherein PM Modi and US President Donald Trump shared the stage and addressed a gathering of over 50,000 people, PM Modi took to twitter to share excerpts of his speeches. He also shared pictures of himself at the event in which he was seen delivering a speech and walking hand in hand with Trump.
In one of the excerpts, PM Modi sought to enlighten and motive the Indian citizens by explaining how Indians are working towards a 'New India' which is focused on development.
आज भारत का सबसे चर्चित शब्द है- विकास।— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 23, 2019
आज भारत का सबसे बड़ा मंत्र है- सबका साथ-सबका विकास।
आज भारत की सबसे बड़ी नीति है- जनभागीदारी।
आज भारत का सबसे प्रचलित नारा है- संकल्प से सिद्धि।
आज भारत का सबसे बड़ा संकल्प है- न्यू इंडिया। pic.twitter.com/hxbsykAiVk
He said, "Friends, welfare has been the identity of us Indians. But now in the 21st century, we are excited about the development of this country, to take the country to new levels. Today, the most used word of India is 'development'. Today, India's biggest mantra is 'sabka saath sabka vikas'. Today, India's biggest policy is 'public participation'. Today, India's most popular slogan is 'sankalp se sidhi' and today, India's biggest oath is 'New India'. India is today working hard day and night to accomplish this dream of 'new India'. In this, the most precious thing is that we are not competing with anyone else, but we are our own competition. We are challenging ourselves. We are changing ourselves."
Prime Minister Modi began his six-day long US visit on Sunday. Apart from the mega Howdy Modi event, the PM is scheduled to address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 27. PM Modi on Monday is scheduled to attend a Climate Action summit, highlighting India's commitment to fighting the climate change menace. On Tuesday, he is scheduled to attend a special event celebrating the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Thereafter, PM Modi will be awarded by the Bill and Melina Gates Foundation for India's immense achievement in the 'Swachh Bharat' mission. India has also gifted a Solar Park named 'Gandhi Solar Park' to the UN Headquarters.