PM Modi said - Democracy is not just a system for India, it is the nature of the country
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the inaugural session of the 82nd All India Presiding Officers' Conference. Modi said that in the coming years, we have to take the country to new heights, achieve extraordinary goals.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the inaugural session of the 82nd All India Presiding Officers' Conference. Modi said that in the coming years, we have to take the country to new heights, achieve extraordinary goals. These resolutions will be fulfilled only by 'Sabke Prayas' and in democracy, in the federal system of India, when we talk about 'Sabka Prayas', the role of all the states is a big basis for that.
The Prime Minister said that democracy is not just a system for India. Democracy is the nature of India, it is the nature of India. He said that this conference is held every year with some new discussions and new resolutions. Every year some nectar emerges from this churning. Today this tradition is completing 100 years, it is a symbol of India's democratic expansion.
PM Modi said that in the rapidly changing times, the role of media and TV channels is also changing rapidly. The 21st century is revolutionizing especially through communication and dialogue. In such a situation, it becomes natural that the channels associated with our Parliament should also transform themselves according to these modern arrangements.
He said that when our Parliament is in session, debates are held on different subjects, so there is so much for the youth to learn and learn. When our honorable members also know that the country is watching us, they also get inspiration for better conduct, better debate within the Parliament. In the program, Vice President and Rajya Sabha Speaker Venkaiah Naidu said that we are one of the oldest democracies in the world. This incident symbolically highlights the importance of media in democratic government.