PM Narendra Modi says India is ready to supply food stock to the world if WTO agrees
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that India is ready to supply food grains to the world if WTO agrees. Mr Modi said, during his talks with US President Joe Biden, he offered to provide food grains for supply to other countries if WTO rules are relaxed to permit such a move. Prime Minister said food stock in different parts of the world is dwindling due to the war in Ukraine.
Mr Modi said this while inaugurating the hostel and education complex of Shree Annapurna Dham Trust in Adalaj in Gujarat yesterday through video conferencing. Prime Minister said by the grace of Maa Annapoorna, Indian farmers are already taking care of the world in the matter of foodgrains. Modi noted that in the country’s culture, food, health and education were always given great importance and today Shri Annapurnadham has expanded these elements.