The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has faced questions by embracing the climate conference in Glasgow during Kovid’s time. The British media has also criticized the incident of embracing one statesman after another.
At the climate conference, Modi embraced UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in his usual manner. Guterres was uncomfortable with the incident. Her uncomfortable hug was captured on camera. Modi did not respond in the way he had hoped. Guterres expressed his displeasure at the whole affair.
Although he could not defeat Guterres, Modi has been able to embrace the good humor of other statesmen. Among them were Justin Trudeau of Canada, Xavier Bettel of Luxembourg and many more.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first to embrace any statesman
whether at home or abroad. His well-wishers, admirers say it is the Prime Minister’s ’embrace-diplomacy’. That ‘embrace’ in the Covid period is in question. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is apparently “uncomfortable” with the Indian Prime Minister’s embrace at the climate conference.
At the climate conference, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2060.
According to the BBC, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the pledge at the Glasgow Climate Conference. Besides, Modi has made five more promises.
According to the BBC,
this is the first time any country has made such a promise. Taking zero room or carbon neutral means no more greenhouse gases will be added to the atmosphere.
India emitted 1.9 tonnes of carbon dioxide per capita in 2019, compared to 15.5 tonnes in the United States and 12.5 tonnes in Russia.
Meanwhile, international media reports say that there are doubts about how effective it will be for the world to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2060, as announced by Modi.
According to the international media, the goal of this year’s conference is to reduce the carbon emissions to zero by 2050. However, Narendra Modi plans to bring carbon emissions back to zero by 2060, another 20 years behind.
According to the report, the monk named Tulku Tenzing Delek died mysteriously in Sichuan prison. After his death, Beijing banned him from discussing the issue. Authorities also shut down an online chat group dedicated to his memory. Several people in that group also had to face interrogation.
According to a report by Radio Free Asia (RFA)
Chinese authorities have recorded the history of the region’s monks. They were later distributed to the public. Many Tibetans who have read these books have expressed frustration. Because, there is nothing said about Tulku Tenzin Delek. Then they started discussing this issue with each other on social media. According to a source, the Chinese government then closed the chat group in an order.