G20 Presidency Matter of Pride for India: Rajasthan CM Gehlot

10 December, 2022 | Pranay Lad

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Ashok Gehlot stated on Friday that the country should be proud of itself for holding the G20 presidency and that every PM since India's independence has helped the country advance.

From the Chief Minister’s house on Friday, Gehlot delivered a video message to a meeting about the G20 Summit that was presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

After independence, India’s first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, gave ideas of global welfare such as the “Panchsheel principle” and the Non-Aligned Movement, he said. The Non-Aligned Conference was also held in India. He said that the chairmanship of the G-20 is a matter of pride for the country.

According to the Chief Minister, the G-20 members account for a significant portion of the global economy and population. It is an excellent venue for showcasing the nation’s culture on a worldwide scale.

According to Gehlot, this international conference will forever change how the world views Indian culture and serve as a catalyst for making the next ten years India’s decade.

The Prime Minister provided instructions for recording all G-20 activities throughout the summit, using the G-20 Sherpa meeting in Udaipur as an illustration so that they might be utilised in future gatherings.

He acknowledged his appreciation for the preparations made by the state of Rajasthan for the G-20 Sherpa summit in Udaipur, including the hospitality, regional food, and traditional Rajasthani methods of welcome the sherpas.

The Sherpas applauded Rajasthan’s superb use of information technology in digital transactions at the event. 

According to the presentation, Rajasthan has set high standards for G-20 summit organisation that serve as an example to other states.

There were several governors, chief ministers, and lieutenant governors in attendance, including the governor of Rajasthan, Kalraj Mishra, as well as the home minister, Amit Shah, the foreign minister, S. Jaishankar.

On Friday, PM Modi presided over a videoconference meeting of the governors and chief ministers of the states and the lieutenant governors of the union territories to discuss issues pertaining to India’s G20 Presidency.

The Prime Minister claimed that the G20 Presidency of India belonged to the entire country and was a special chance to highlight its advantages.

The Prime Minister also stressed the value of collaboration and asked the states and UTs for their help in planning various G20 meetings.

PM Modi said, “The G20 Presidency would help showcase portions of India outside the traditional huge metros, bringing forth the uniqueness of each section of our nation,” according to the official press release.

During the meeting, a number of governors, chief ministers, and lieutenant governors spoke, focusing on the preparations being made by the states to host the G20 meetings.