Bhavya Bharat Divya Bharat
In his first ‘Mann ki Baat’ after the BJP swept UP and Uttarakhand in the recently concluded-Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said 125 crore Indians want to create a Bhavya and Divya Bharat.
Mann ki Baat
New Delhi : In his first ‘Mann ki Baat’ after the BJP swept UP and Uttarakhand in the recently concluded-Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said 125 crore Indians want to create a Bhavya and Divya Bharat.
“New India manifests the strength and skills of 125 crore Indians, who will create a Bhavya and Divya India,” he said. Sharing his vision of ‘New India’, the Prime Minister added that despite their differences, Indians are always seen helping the needy.
“We live in the 21st Century. Everyone wants a change for betterment for a New India. 125 Crore Indians want to make new India, a great India. And everyone wants to contribute in their own ways. The people of India are caring in nature.
Despite their differences, they are seen as helping others, especially the poor, needy, sick. That is our biggest strength to be there for one another,” he said. Modi also asked the people to pay school fees, buy medicines or items from fair price shops or purchase air and train tickets digitally. “We can do this in our day to day lives.
You can’t imagine how you can serve the country in this way and become a brave soldier in the fight against black money and corruption.” Expressing gratitude to the people, Modi said over the last few months the country has witnessed an atmosphere in which people in large numbers have participated in the digital payment, ‘Digidhan’ movement. “There has also been an increase in curiosity about cashless transactions.
The poorest of the poor are making attempts to learn, and people are gradually moving towards doing business without cash. There has been a surge in various modes of digital payment after demonetisation,” he said, adding that the BHIM App, launched about two and a half months ago, has already been downloaded by one and half crore people.
Earlier this month, during a roadshow in Delhi after BJP’s historic result in Uttar Pradesh, Modi said: “I am seeing the election results in the five states as foundation for a New India.” In the 30th edition of his monthly radio address on Sunday, Modi also remembered the sacrifices of Bhagat Singh and Mahatma Gandhi during the Independence movement. He also invited suggestions for the upcoming 3rd World Yoga Day.