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New Delhi, Aug 12 – Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi said that India has a strict policy of zero tolerance against corruption. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the G20 Anti-Corruption Ministerial Meeting in Kolkata through video conferencing. He said that the collective efforts of the people of the G20 can significantly help in the fight against corruption.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it is necessary to fight corruption and end it as its worst effect falls on the poor and the lower class people. Due to which people are away from access to equal resources and service.
Citing the example of a writing by Rabindranath Tagore, he said that Tagore had warned us to stay away from greed because greed does not allow us to realize the truth.
The Prime Minister said that corruption affects resource distribution and service delivery, thereby reducing the quality of life of people. Corruption creates obstacles in the path of success of the people. That’s why everyone has to cooperate unitedly to end it from the root, only then we will be able to achieve the goal of ending corruption.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi says that we can bring change by increasing international cooperation, by implementing steps to remove corruption.
India will host the summit of heads of state of G20 countries to be held on 9 September and 10 September 2023. The meeting will be organized in the capital New Delhi. Heads of all big countries including France, Russia, America, China etc. are going to participate in this meeting.