Prime Minister Modi says ‘India ready to supply food supplies to world if the WTO approves’ | Latest News India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday practically attended the inauguration program of the Shree Annapurna Dham hostel and education complex and said India is ready to supply food supplies to the world if the World Trade Organization allows it.

At the meeting, Prime Minister Modi said: “In our traditions and culture, great importance is given to food, health and education. Today, Annapurna Dham has expanded this … The ordinary people of Gujarat will benefit greatly from the efforts by Shree Annapurna Dham.The Patidar community praised, He added that it is in the nature of Gujarat that every society fulfills its social responsibility.

He also praised the government’s efforts to bring the ancient idol of goddess Annapurna safely back from Canada to Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. More than 100 years ago, in 1913, the idol was stolen from a temple in the holy city of Varanasi and smuggled out of the country.

Mentioning his conversation with US President Joe Biden, Prime Minister Modi said that if the World Trade Organization allows it, he is ready to supply India with food for the world amid the war in Ukraine. “Today the world is facing an uncertain situation because no one is getting what they want. Petrol, oil and fertilizers are difficult to obtain because all the doors are closed. Everyone wants to secure their shares after this (Russia-Ukraine “war has begun,” said Prime Minister Modi.

He added, “The world is now facing a new challenge – the world’s food supply is declining. I spoke to the US President, and he has raised this issue as well … If the WTO gives permission, India is ready to from tomorrow to supply food supplies to the world.

The hostel and education center, which is inaugurated today, has 150 rooms and can accommodate a maximum of 600 students. Other facilities there include an e-library, facilities for primary health, a TV room, a conference room, etc. In addition, the Hiramani Arogya Dham will be developed by the Jansahayak Trust and will have the latest medical facilities, including for dialysis of 14 people simultaneously. There will also be a blood bank with a 24-hour blood supply, a round-the-clock medical shop, a state-of-the-art pathology laboratory and state-of-the-art equipment. The center will also have advanced facilities for Ayurveda, homeopathy, acupuncture, and yoga.


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