PM Modi Speech: Describing August 5 as a special date, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that on this day India got a medal in hockey, construction of Ram temple started and Article 370 was removed.
In a program organized to spread awareness about ‘Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana’, PM Modi said, “Today’s date of August 5 has become very special. It is only on August 5, when two years ago the country had further strengthened the spirit of Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat. On August 5 itself, by removing Article 370, every citizen of Jammu and Kashmir was made a full participant of every right, every facility.
He said, “It is August 5, when many Indians took the first step towards the construction of a grand Ram temple after hundreds of years. Today Ram temple is being built in Ayodhya at a rapid pace.
PM Modi said, “After almost 4 decades this golden moment has come. Hockey which has been our national identity, today our youth has given a big gift to the country to regain that glory. ”
During this, the PM also targeted the opposition parties. On the non functioning of Parliament, he said, “On one hand our country, our youth are achieving new achievements for India. of winning, goal after goal. At the same time, there are some people who are doing self-goal in a way due to political selfishness. They are not concerned with what the country is achieving.
Modi further said, “These people are busy hurting both the time of the country and the spirit of the country for their selfishness. They are continuously insulting the Parliament of India for their selfishness. Every citizen of the country is working hard to get out of the biggest crisis on humanity and these people are engaged in this competition, how to stop the work of national interest.
The Prime Minister said, “But the great people of this country cannot become hostage to such selfish and anti-national politics. No matter how much these people try to stop the development of the country, this country is not going to stop them. They are not going to stop the Parliament.” But 130 crore people are engaged in not allowing the country to stop.