PM Modi said- I am not a slave of technology, I keep looking for new technology.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi. There was an interesting and intriguing conversation between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Especially issues like health, technology, agriculture, climate change were discussed in detail. There was a detailed discussion especially on the use of technology in normal life. During this, while answering a question from Bill Gates, PM Modi said that he is not a slave of technology, rather he likes technology like a child. He keeps finding out about new technology, so that information about its use can be obtained. Along with research on cervical cancer, PM Modi also informed about building 2 lakh Arogya Mandir.

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During a conversation with Bill Gates, PM Modi said, 'I am not a slave of technology. I keep exploring new techniques like the flow of water. I like technology like a child. I am fascinated by technology. I am not an expert, but there is a child-like curiosity about it. PM Modi further said that my new government will allocate funds to scientists for local level research on cervical cancer, wants to vaccinate all girls. He said that technology can play a big role in agriculture, health and education.

PM Narendra Modi said to Bill Gates – Build 2 lakh health temples, aim to make 3 crore lakhpati didis

There was also talk on green energy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talked about green energy during his conversation with Bill Gates. PM Modi said, 'I am happy to say that India is making rapid progress in renewable energy. We want to make progress in green hydrogen. I launched a boat running on hydrogen in Tamil Nadu. I am thinking of placing this boat on the Kashi-Ayodhya boat, so that my movement for clean Ganga becomes stronger and it gives a message to the environment conscious society.

Discussion of Statue of Unity
While talking to Microsoft founder Bill Gates, PM Modi said, 'I collected pieces of iron from farmers of 6 lakh villages of India. Melted them and used them in statues. I brought soil from every village. I have made a unity wall with that soil. The soil of 6 lakh villages of India is present in it. There is a feeling of our unity behind it. I created the 'Statue of Unity' to show how we created unity amidst the diversity of such a big country. This is the tallest statue in the world, which has been built in the shortest time.

Tags: Bill Gates, Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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