December 5, 2022

The Prime Minister set a “100%” goal, calling for “Sabka efforts” on the 75th Independence Day

Prime Minister Modi’s Independence Day Speech: India celebrates its 75th Independence Day today.

New Delhi:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for “100 per cent” growth on the 75th Independence Day, which is marked as “Azadi Ka Amirta Mahotsav” with two years of celebrations.

Here are the first 10 points of this great story:

  1. “Now we have to move towards enrichment. 100% of the villages have roads, 100% of the houses have bank accounts, 100% of the beneficiaries have Ayushman Bharat cards and 100% of the eligible persons have Ujwala gas connections,” Prime Minister Modi said.

  2. The Prime Minister said the government would soon launch Kathi Shakti, a Rs 100 crore infrastructure project to boost production and employment. “All manufacturers should target the global market. India should become the hub of the global market,” he said.

  3. Prime Minister Modi has said that Sainik schools will be opened for girls and 75 Vande Bharat trains will connect every corner of the country during the 75 weeks of the country’s Amrit festival. In the future, Prime Minister Modi has said that August 14 will be observed as “Partition Horror Remembrance Day”.

  4. He also announced plans to introduce reinforced rice to the poor under various government schemes in view of climate change. “We need to make India a hub for green hydrogen production and exports,” he said.

  5. The Prime Minister They paid tribute to all the past leaders who were involved in the long and fierce battle for independence, “Nehru-ji, the first Prime Minister of India, Sardar Patel who transformed the country into the United Nations or Babasaheb Ambedkar The way to the future of India, they all owe the country a duty.

  6. He also congratulated the Olympians who attended the event and said, “I urge the nation to appreciate their achievement today. They not only won our hearts but also inspired future generations.” Thirty-two athletes – including Olympic medalists – were invited to take part in the celebrations at the iconic Red Fort.

  7. Referring to the war against Govt and casualties since last year, Prime Minister Modi said, “54 crore people have been vaccinated … despite all efforts we have not been able to save many. Many children have lost their parents.”

  8. “In Jammu and Kashmir, developments are seen on the ground … whether it is our eastern Himalayas, including East India, Northeast, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, our coastal region or tribal areas, these will become the mainstay of India’s development,” he added.

  9. This morning, Prime Minister Modi greeted the people and said, “Happy 75th Independence Day to you. May this year’s ‘Azadi Ka Amirta Mahotsav’ bring new energy to the people of the country. Jai Hind!”

  10. For the second year in a row, Independence Day celebrations have been halted as the country prepares for the third wave of the Kovit epidemic. The national capital was under tight security blanket, including key areas with anti-drone security systems.