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PM Modi’s I-Day Speech: From ‘Skill India’ to ‘$5 Trillion Economy’, Tagline in 8 Years MPNRC News

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation from Red Fort on August 15, 2021. (Photo Credit: ANI)

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New Delhi: Continuing his usual pleas to observe certain rituals or back policy decisions of his government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently asked Indians to take part in the “Har Ghar Tiranga” event – ​​hoisting the flag at home to mark the 75th year of independence. India.

On this 15th of August, Modi’s 9th speech will also be delivered on the occasion of the country’s Independence Day. Every year, Modi’s speeches promote or announce new schemes, focusing on a few key words. India Ahead lists those tag lines:

15 August 2014

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The first speech after becoming the Prime Minister had the most plans and promises. It was:

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Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana provides a bank account, debit card and sum assured of Rs 1 lakh for the poor.

Announced the launch of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on October 2. Goal of achieving Clean India by 2019.

and the announcement of a nationwide “Skill India” movement to provide skills that ensure employability.

15 August 2015

Start-Up India, Stand-Up India was announced by Modi with the aim of promoting entrepreneurship among the youth of India.

He said that each of the 1.25 lakh bank branches should promote at least one Dalit or tribal entrepreneur and at least one woman entrepreneur.

15 August 2016

Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat – Ek Bharat, Mahana Bharat – An initiative to promote understanding and bonding among diverse, multilingual and multi-cultural states and Union Territories to strengthen the unity and integrity of India.

15 August 2017

Modi’s speech in 2017 coined the term ‘New India’, where he said the initiative was to “move forward with the collective power of 125 crore people without any discrimination between small and large.”

In his speech, he added: “Neither with a bullet: nor with a curse, but with a hug, we can solve the Kashmir issue.”

“New India will be democracy’s greatest strength.”

15 August 2018

Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Abhiyan announced to launch on September 25, 2018 – to promote affordable healthcare in the country

15 August 2019

This is the year Modi announced his “dream” of India becoming a “5 trillion dollar economy”. The target to achieve this was later set by 2024.

A promise repeatedly brought back by opposition parties in the years since, as India battles rising unemployment.

15 August 2020

The year when Kovid-19 became a pandemic. Modi took the day to talk about Atmanirbhar Bharat or “Aatmanirbhar Bharat”. He said, “During the Corona epidemic, 130 crore Indians pledged to become self-reliant. Self-reliance is etched in the mind of every Indian today.”

15 August 2021

Two taglines emerged from this speech. One of the goals of ‘Amrit Kaal’ was to create an India where the level of amenities did not divide village and city. Where the government does not interfere unnecessarily in the lives of citizens. The aim of ‘Amrit Kaal’ is to create an India that has all the modern infrastructure of the world.

‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’ was another tagline of ‘SabkaPrayas’. Which translates to, in everyone’s effort, ‘with the support of all, the development of all, the trust of all’.

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