PM Modi Pays Tribute To Bhagat Singh,…

"You can't imagine how you can serve the country this way and become a courageous soldier in the fight against black money and corruption", the PM said in his radio programme, "Mann Ki Baat".

Urging the people to become a courageous soldier in the fight against black money and corruption, Prime minister asked 125 crore countrymen to undertake 2500 crore digital transactions during this year.

Asking the people to pay school fees, buy medicines or items from fair price shops or purchase air and train tickets digitally, he said "we can do this in our day to day lives. New India is the dream of 125 crore Indians, which they can make happen before our eyes".

In the 30th edition of his monthly radio address, PM Modi also remembered the sacrifices of Bhagat Singh and Mahatma Gandhi during the Independence movement.

"New India is neither a government project nor a manifesto of a political party".

Extending greetings to people of Bangladesh on their Independence Day, Mr Modi assured that India is a strong partner, a good friend of Bangladesh and both nations will continue to work together to contribute towards peace, security and development of the entire region. Citing the Ek Bharat Shresht Bharat initiative of the Government, Mr Modi said, " this would enable the coming generations to understand the diversity of different states and their cultures. The "desire of 125 crore Indians to transform India" forms the foundation of New India, he added.

In his radio address, he also thanked the people of the country for participating in digital payment Digidhan movement.

Another dominating theme of Modi's talk was the fight against black money and cashless transactions. Mr Naidu mentioned that the onset of the New Year would bring prosperity and growth to the country under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "He said that Gayatri, has a lot of anger in her towards this pollution, and every citizen should have the same anger towards pollution, then only can the nation achieve cleanliness", Gayatri told ANI.

He said that depression was not an incurable ailment and one can get rid of it if a right psychological environment is built for him or her.

PM Narendra Modi even invited suggestions for third International Day of Yoga.

  • Aubrey Nash