Narendra Modi speaks during the 74th Session of the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in NY.
Modi began his speech by mentioning the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and went on to outline the steps being undertaken in India to combat climate change, including the sweeping ban on single-use plastic which is set to go come to force on Gandhi Jayanti this year.
In his 20-minute speech, Modi also called for new focus on multilateralism, and on the United Nations, saying that in view of the changes that are happening around the globe, "a disunited world is not in anyone's benefit".
Sources said that the prime minister will also expose the real face of India and its nefarious design to change the demography of occupied Kashmir before the world. He later attended a luncheon with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the event.
"We always support the right of peaceful protest and assembly".
Modi said that the respect and enthusiasm for India has increased significantly on the world stage in the last five years, as he was given a rousing welcome by BJP workers here on his return from almost a week long trip to the US.
He called for the world to unite against terror for the sake of humanity.
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He additionally had a number of bilateral conferences with world leaders, together with US President Donald Trump.
Modi said Trump has always been friendly, warm and accessible - words with which not many other world leaders have used to describe this president.
The BJP is planning for a grand welcome of PM Narendra Modi, who will return to India on Saturday (today) after concluding an "extremely productive" week-long United States visit. "We belong to a country that has given the world Buddh (Buddha's message of peace), not "Yuddh" (war)".
He also decried the Zionist Regime's continuous acts of aggression against people of Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and recently southern Iraq, adding, "If they want to respond to these daily attacks, we will witness new conflicts in this region".
The White House readout said Trump also "reaffirmed the importance of greatly increasing trade between the United States and India, and highlighted the need for resolving barriers to free, fair, and reciprocal trade, which includes improving United States companies' market access in India".
BJP working president JP Nadda congratulated PM Modi for his historical speech and said he put India's cultural heritage and tradition very effectively.