The Prime Minister said bedrock of India's development lies on 'sabka saath, sabka vikas'.
Xiamen: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the bedrock of India's development agenda lies in the notion of 'sabka saath, sabka vikas'.
Addressing 'Dialogue of Emerging Market & Developing Countries' in Xiamen, China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, "Our programmes are geared up to accomplish goals in a time bound manner."
He said India has a long tradition of partnerships with fellow developing countries, while pursuing its own aspirations for growth.
Modi said, "India's deveploment partnership projects are providing water, electricity, roads, healthcare, tele-medicine, and basic infra in dozens of countries."
The Prime Minister added that, "Our 'no strings attached' model of cooperation is driven purely by the requirements and priorities of our partner countries."
PM suggested that BRICS leadership for global transformation can be achieved through Ten Noble Commitments - creating a safer, greener, enabled, inclusive, digital, skilled, healthier, equitable, connected, harmonious worlds.
PM suggests that BRICS leadership for global transformation can be achieved through Ten Noble Commitments pic.twitter.com/w12HnDXcXM— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) September 5, 2017
Modi also sought cooperation of BRICS nations to counter terrorism, cyber crimes and disaster situations.
"We need coordinated action and cooperation in areas such as counter terrorism, cyber security and disaster management," Modi said.
He said BRICS nations should need to work together to create a greener world and mitigate the menace of climate change.