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A Decade of Leadership: 10 Key Highlights from PM Modi’s 10th Red Fort Address

77th Independence Day PM Modi Speech: India is celebrating its 77th Independence Day today. On this occasion, the whole country is painted in the colours of Independence Day. On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the tricolour at the Red Fort and now addressed the nation. Prime Minister Modi started his speech from the […]

Edited By : Divya Richa | Updated: Aug 15, 2023 09:57 IST
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10 Key Highlights from PM Modi's 10th Red Fort Address

77th Independence Day PM Modi Speech: India is celebrating its 77th Independence Day today. On this occasion, the whole country is painted in the colours of Independence Day. On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the tricolour at the Red Fort and now addressed the nation. Prime Minister Modi started his speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort by congratulating the people of India on Independence Day.

Along with this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi saluted those who contributed, sacrificed and sacrificed in the freedom struggle. He said, ‘I salute and pay tribute to all the brave hearts who contributed to India’s freedom struggle.’ Along with this, the Prime Minister in his address once again reiterated the resolution of the all-round development of the society. In his address, he also mentioned the growing economy of the country from the workers.

In his address, Prime Minister Modi also discussed Manipur. He said that the whole country is with Manipur. The Prime Minister further said that incidents of violence had come to the fore in Manipur in the last few days, in which the honour of mothers and daughters had been violated. However, now a situation of peace is being created there and the solution to the problems will come out peacefully.

10 Major Highlights from PM Modi’s Red Fort Speech

  1. Restore harmony in Manipur

The Prime Minister said that in the incidents that took place in Manipur, the honour of mothers and daughters was insulted. However, now the peace situation is improving there. He said that the solution to the problems would be possible only through peace. Central and state governments are assisting towards the solution.

2 Strong economy; Curbing corruption

The Prime Minister also said that several steps have been taken to bring inflation under control in the country and his efforts in this area will continue. He claimed that India would become the third-largest economy in the world during the next five years. Along with this, he also told that the inflation rate in India is less as compared to the world. The Prime Minister said that today India ranks fifth in the global economic standing and the credit for this goes to the efforts of 140 crore Indians. He also pointed out that the demon of corruption had gripped the country, but his government had stopped it and established a strong economy.

  1. The vision of a developed nation by 2047

The Prime Minister said that today we have demography, democracy and diversity, with the combination of which we can translate the dreams of the country into reality. He said that the country once again has an opportunity to lay the foundation of a golden future, and this could be the foundation of the time for the decision that would be taken today. Prime Minister Modi expressed that in 2047, when the country will celebrate 100 years of independence, the flag of India should be the flag of a developed India. For this, we have to give importance to cleanliness, transparency and fairness. This will be our collective duty. The Prime Minister showed on the basis of the history of the last 75 years that India can become a developed nation by 2047 based on India’s potential, but for this, there may be some obstacles that we will have to face.

4 Diversity of India revealed by G-20 conference

Today India is hosting the G20 summit. Over the years, we have organized the G20 several times through various bullets, which introduced our culture and diversity to the world.

5 Geopolitics changing

In pursuit of excellence, the Prime Minister said that a new world order is being created as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, in which the definition of geopolitics is also changing. He also showed that keeping in view the potential of the Indian people, the time has come to shape the new system.

6 Vishwakarma Yojana from next month

PM Modi also announced the launch of ‘Vishwakarma Yojana’ by the Central Government next month for the development of traditional skills in the country. The Prime Minister said that ‘Vishwakarma Yojana’ will be started with Rs 15,000 crore. He said that under this scheme, financial assistance will be given to people associated with small businesses and artisans.

7 Announcement of schemes

Prime Minister Modi told that the target of his government is that 2 crore rural women in the country should become millionaires. For this, women will be trained to become drone pilots through self-help groups. To fulfil this objective, the ‘Lakhpati Didi’ scheme has been formulated. The Prime Minister also informed us that our country has the largest number of women pilots in the world.

8 Planning of new housing and rural development

In the context of rural development, the Prime Minister said that he used to call the ‘vibrant border villages’ in the Indian border area the last villages of the country, but they have changed this mindset. He showed that this village is no longer the last village of the country, but it is the first village of his country. The Prime Minister expressed happiness that the special guests for the event are 600 headmen from border villages, who have made it a point to visit the Red Fort to be a part of the event.

9 Women empowerment

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address that women’s leadership will make an important contribution in the direction of a developed India. He proudly informed that today India has the largest number of women pilots in the civil aviation sector. Women scientists are also leading in the Chandrayaan mission. G20 countries are also recognizing the importance of women’s leadership.

10 Fight against corruption

The PM said that to achieve the vision of a developed India, we need to fight against corruption. We need to fight against nepotism and we also have to fight against appeasement. The Prime Minister pointed out how it is possible in a democracy that people of one family or a family-oriented party remain firmly in power.

First published on: Aug 15, 2023 09:57 AM IST

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