Indian PM Modi Photograph:( ANI )
"We prioritised saving each life at the hight of the pandemic," PM Modi said while addressing the virtual World Economic Forum(WEF).
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi today while addressing the virtual World Economic Forum(WEF) said that 2.3 million people have been vaccinated in just 12 days with a steady drop in coronavirus cases.
"I bring the message of positivity and hope for the world on behalf of over 1.3 billion Indians," PM Modi told almost 400 industry leaders at the summit during the virtual summit. "India is now exporting PPE kits and masks," the Indian prime minister said.
"We used technology to the fullest," PM Modi said, adding, "India beat all odds in the fight against coronavirus."
The Indian PM lauded India's fight against coronavirus while informing that virus drugs was exported to 150 countries. "We prioritised saving each life at the hight of the pandemic," PM Modi asserted.
"In next some months, we will achieve our target of vaccinating 300 million elderly people and people with comorbidities," PM Modi said.
"Right now there are two Made in India vaccines. World Economic Forum will be relieved to know that many more vaccines will come from India in the future."
India's prime minister informed that "Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan" will help to build capacity stressing over India's reform which was long-awaited.
"When the virus hit, difficulties weren't any less for India," the PM said, "I remember how experts from around the world predicted how India will be the worst affected country. It was said that as many as 700-800 million Indians will be affected while more than 2 million will die."
"India kept moving ahead with proactive approach. We trained our resources to fight the virus with testing and tracking to fight the virus. Today, India is one of the few countries which has been able to save most its citizens," India's prime minister said.