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“Have To Shed Shackles Of Servitude, Be Proud”: PM’s 5 Pledges

PM Modi is addressing the nation for the ninth consecutive time on Independence Day.

New Delhi:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing the nation from the historic Purple Fort as India celebrates 75 years of Independence, listed 5 pledges (panchpran) the residents should take to fulfil freedom fighters’ desires for India by 2047.

Listed here are the 5 pledges listed by PM Modi:

  1. India should develop into a developed nation in 25 years. “I urge youth to dedicate next 25 years of their lives for nation’s development; we will work towards development of entire humanity,” PM Modi mentioned.

  2. The PM appealed to the individuals to shed colonial prejudices and shcackles of servitude. We should always not attempt to develop into like others, there needs to be no hint of slavery in our mindset, he mentioned. “Sometimes our talent is restricted by language barriers, we need to be proud of every language in our country,” he mentioned. “We must not seek validation from the world. We must maintain our identity as a proud nation,” he added.

  3. We needs to be pleased with our heritage. “When we are connected to our roots, only then can we fly high; when we fly high, we will provide solutions to the entire world,” the PM mentioned.

  4. We needs to be united as a individuals to work in the direction of the upliftment of the nation. Equality cornerstone of India’s progress; we’d like to ensure we’re united by means of mantra of “India first”: PM Modi mentioned. He additionally spoke of the necessity for equality between the individuals, particularly mentioning equality for girls. “Respect for women is an important pillar for India’s growth, we need to support our ‘Nari Shakti’,” he mentioned.

  5. “The fifth pledge is the duty of citizens. It is the duty of people to save electricity, water. If we follow this, we can reach desired results ahead of time,” he mentioned, including that these duties apply to all residents of India together with even the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers. “Any nation that has progressed, has discipline ingrained in its citizens; if all follow their responsibilities, India will grow fast,” he mentioned,



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