“India Wants To Be Self-Reliant In Energy Sector In Next 25 Years”: PM Modi


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PM Modi also praised the relationship between India and Japan.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that India has decided to become self-reliant in the energy sector in the next 25 years.

Addressing a program held to mark 40 years of Suzuki Motor Corporation in India at the Mahatma Mandir convention center here, PM Modi also praised the relationship between India and Japan.

“India wants to be aatmanirbhar (self-reliant) in energy sector in the ‘amrit kaal’ of next 25 years,” he said adding that transportation is one key thing to achieve it.

PM Modi said that electric two-wheelers and four-wheelers make no noise and are silent. “The silence of electric vehicles is bringing a new silent revolution in the country,” he said.

PM Modi said the Gujarat-Maharashtra bullet train to Rudraksh Centre in Varanasi and many such developmental projects are examples of India-Japan friendship.

The former prime minister of Japan late Shinzo Abe worked to bring the two countries closer and the present Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is working further for it, PM Modi added.

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