75th Independence Day: PM Modi's gives an 81-minute speech at Red Fort, Reinforced 'Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan, and Jai Anusandhan'
In his 81-minute speech, he placed 5 resolutions in front of the country. He also introduced a new name for National Health Mission 'PM Samagra Swasthya Mission. Apart from this, corruption, family dispute, language and democracy were mentioned.
Today the whole country is immersed in the celebration of independence. Prime Minister Narendra Modi unfurled the national flag from the Red Fort for the ninth time. During this, a 21-gun salute was also given. In his 81-minute speech, he placed 5 resolutions in front of the country. He also introduced a new name for National Health Mission 'PM Samagra Swasthya Mission. Apart from this, corruption, family dispute, language and democracy were mentioned. He paid homage to the contribution of Gandhi, Nehru, and Savarkar in India's Independence.
Modi also talked about the respect and pride of women's power. He said." I want to express a certain kind of pain. I know it may not be the subject of Red Fort, but Where else can I tell the pain inside me? It is because of some reason such distortion has come in us, in our speech, in our words. We, have time and again never respected women in our full capacity. Can we, by nature, take a pledge to get rid of everything that humiliates women in everyday life through Sanskar? Women's pride is going to be a huge asset in fulfilling the dreams of the nation. I see their power.
The PM said that if we keep patting our own back, then our dreams will go far away. That is why in spite of how much we may have struggled, when we are entering the nectar period today, the next 25 years are very important for our country. Today I call on 130 crore people from Red Fort. Friends, I feel that for the coming 25 years also we have to focus our resolutions on those five vows. We have to take up the responsibility of fulfilling all the dreams of freedom lovers with regard to Pancha Prana, when 2047 will be 100 years of independence.