“People do need food, clothing, health and toilets,” the 30 year old billionaire said at a press conference. “Internet is an enabler of all these things. Nobody is going to say the internet is more important than food or clean water.” Zuckerberg, who is due to meet the Prime Minister of India today, was asked about the leader’s Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan (Clean India Movement) and his meeting. “I am interested in learning how we can help. I am going to be listening,” he said concerning the meeting adding that the common interest laid in Modi’s “Digital India” initiative. According to Hindustan Time, Zuckeberg plans to focus largely on his pet plan to bridge the digital divide, and said free “basic internet services” that demonstrate the utility of the information network would help millions discover the internet because they do not know how it would benefit them.