India strongly denounces terrorist activities in the Middle East and is dedicated to maintaining international peace, security, and stability, said Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri. This was said by the minister at a press conference in Chandigarh. In response to a question on how the Middle East conflict would affect gasoline costs, he emphasized that India's fuel supply would continue to be safe and reasonable. He stressed the fact that India is the third-largest oil user in the world and that it receives its oil from a variety of sources.
Puri noted that over the past two years, fuel prices in India have consistently decreased, offering financial assistance to the country's inhabitants. He also emphasized the strength of India's energy programs. The minister expressed his conviction that when programs like Swachh Bharat are turned into a Jan Andolan, the gap between the creation of policies and their effective execution will be closed, and total success will be attained by enhancing the population's average living level.