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India aims to generate 40% energy from non-fossil fuels by 2030: Modi


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India aims to generate 40 percent energy from non-fossil fuels by 2030. He was addressing the 80th anniversary celebrations of Brahma Kumaris family in Mount Abu via video conferencing.
Mr Modi said the aim is to ensure 175 Giga Watt of clean energy by 2022. The Prime Minister said the way Brahma Kumaris family have taken forward the reach in solar energy actively is commendable. He said about 11000 crore rupees has been saved by the use of LED bulbs and Brahma Kumaris organisation can help spread this message.
The Prime Minister asked the Brahma Kumars to spread the message of digital transactions to bring down corruption and to work for for immunisation, nutrition, and other schemes of the government.
Mr Modi also said India is a country which does not believe in imposing its beliefs on others. He said there are no limits to acquiring knowledge, and knowledge is bigger than time and space. He said India has always said that there is only one God, and people worship Him in different ways. He said Brahma Kumar and Kumaris have spread the message of India’s rich culture throughout the world.

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