Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that India has set a target of reducing carbon footprint by 30 to 35 percent.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that India has set a target of reducing carbon footprint by 30 to 35 percent. He made this statement through a video conference while addressing the convocation of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU). He said that today our country is moving ahead with the goal of reducing carbon footprint by 30 to 35 percent. When he told it to the world, he was surprised and he wondered if India can achieve it.
Work on strengthening startup in energy sector
Modi said that efforts are on to increase the use of natural gas capacity four times in this decade. And work is also being done to nearly double the oil refining capacity in the next five years. Modi also said that continuous work is going on to strengthen the startup in the energy sector and a special fund has been allocated for this purpose.
He said that if you have any idea, product or concept that you want to pursue, then this fund will be a good opportunity and a gift from the government. Modi further said that crores of rupees have to be invested in oil and gas sector alone in this decade, so you have a lot of opportunities in this field.
With this proposal of RBI committee, banking industry, Reliance and Bajaj Group will also be able to open their own bank
It is necessary to accept challenges for success: Modi
While addressing the students, PM Modi also said that being a graduate at a time when the world is facing such a big crisis, it is not an easy thing. But your abilities are much bigger than these challenges. What are the difficulties, more important than that is what is your objective, your priority and your plan.
Modi also said that it is not that successful people do not have problems. But the one who accepts the challenges, faces them, defeats them, resolves the difficulties, he succeeds.