PM Modi coins new slogan : Sabka Prayas to Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas

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As he addressed the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort in Delhi on the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a “100% India” and said it is critical to fully utilize the country’s capabilities in order to take it to new heights in the twenty-first century.

The Prime Minister added, “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and Sabka Prayaas are very important for the achievement of all our goals.” “Now we have to move towards making 100 percent efforts. We have to make sure that 100 percent of villages have roads, 100 percent of households have a bank account, 100 percent of beneficiaries should have Ayushman Bharat cards and 100 percent of eligible people should have a gas connection under the Ujjwala scheme,” PM Modi said as he delivered his customary address to the nation.

PM Modi in his address to the nation said, “A time comes in the development journey of every country when that nation defines itself from a new end when it takes itself forward with new resolutions. Today, that time has come in India’s development journey.”  “For this, we have to hold hands of the section that is lagging behind, the area that is lagging behind,” he added.

‘Made in India’ our Pride

PM Modi said that as India moves forward on its economic path, it will need to enhance both manufacturing and exports. He was speaking about the launch of the country’s first indigenous aircraft carrier, the INS Vikrant, for sea trials. “That’s why I tell the manufacturers that your every product is the brand ambassador of India. As long as that product is in use, the buyer will say – yes it is made in India,” he said.

“All the manufacturers of the country also have to understand that the product you send out is not just a product made in your company. India’s identity is associated with it, prestige is attached, trust of many people of India is attached,” he added.

Farmers & Villages

In the next years, we will need to strengthen the country’s small farmers’ collective power. “We have to give them new facilities. They must become the country’s pride,” he said.

“More than 80 percent of the country’s farmers have less than 2 hectares of land. In the earlier policies that were made in the country, the focus on these small farmers was left. Now decisions are being taken keeping these small farmers in mind,” he said.

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