PM’s First Independence Day Speech: Focus Points

modiCarrying forward his Elections Mantra, PM Narendra Modi once again focused on Development Program in his Maiden Independence Speech as a PM.

As usual, mention of Youths was prominent in his speech. There is an immediate need to effectively channelize the talent of the youth. Once again his mention was about the overall development, but with more emphasis on development in Rural India.

In his speech Prime Minister Narendra Modi, cautiously but effectively, made some major announcements.
“Come make in India” Narendra Modi, gave an open invitation for all the investors, manufacturers, etc, all over the Globe to make anything and everything in India. He mentioned a dream of “Made in India”, and stated “We need to encourage the manufacturing sector. We need to channelise the strength of the youth through manufacturing,”. He also emphasized on the Quality of the Manufactured goods.
With his speech, it now seems every Indian will now have a Bank Account, a Debit Card, and an Insurance cover of Rs 1 Lakh. This will involve the poorest of poor in economy of India. Narendra Modi, mentioned this will be done und the “Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana.”

Another promising point mentioned by the Prime Minister was .” “If we have to build the nation we have to start from the villages”. Modi in his speech requested all the MP’s to develop a Model Village in their respective constituencies by 2016, a second by 2019. This will see a fast progress in the Village he stressed. This would be executed through the “Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana”
Taking forward the ongoing global importance of Digitization, Modi said “”Digital India is plan not for the benefit of the rich, but the poor,” Modi stressed. “e-governance is easy governance, efficient governance, and that is important,” “We should dream of a Digital India. Digital India is a dream for the poor, with broadband connectivity, we can ensure long-distance education,”, he said. So Digital India, was another strong point on which Modi Focused.
Being cautious, and careful about the issue, Modi made a small but effective point about a 10-year moratorium on caste and communal violence. He invited all the misguided youths who have taken up to terrorism and naxalism to put their weapons. He assured them progress through means of peace and development. He once again mentioned his government will work on the basis of Consensus, and not on Majority in the Parliament.

One of the strongest points raised many eyebrows in the political circle was about Replacement of the Planning Commission, with a more modern Institution. . Modi said “We need creative thinking on the Planning Commission’s role.”. This was taken strong, and immediately after his speech the Planning Commission was replaced by National Development Reforms Commission

Coming back to Civic, Modi said, “We have to stress on cleanliness, sanitation. By 2019 we must ensure a Swacch Bharat. Modi went on to say, “Dignity of women is our responsibility. We have to ensure that we provide toilets for all.”. He appealed, , “Under CSR, please give importance to making toilets in schools within a year. Next year when we celebrate Independence Day, we should have made sure that there are toilets in every school.” He mentioned that he is pledged to create a clean India. He declared that this will be driven by Swacch Bharat Plan to be launched in October. The target for this is to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, with a Swacch Bharat.
Never the less he called himself as Pradhan Sevak, not a Prdhan Mantry.

Medaram Jathara

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