Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his address to the Lok Sabha on the first day of a special session of Parliament, attributed the success of the G20 Summit to the entire nation, emphasizing that it's a collective achievement of the 140 crore citizens of India and not just an individual or political party's success.
“Today, you have unanimously appreciated the success of G20...I express my gratitude to you. G20's success is that of 140 crore citizens of the country. It is India's success, not that of an individual or a party...It is a matter for all of us to celebrate”, the prime minister said during his address to the Lok Sabha on the first day of special session of parliament.
Additionally, Prime Minister Modi lauded the successful landing of Chandrayaan 3 on the moon. He highlighted that the accomplishments of all Indians are being celebrated globally and that this achievement showcases India's strength in technology, science, and the potential of its scientists.