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PM Modi presides over the third meeting of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, a national group celebrating 75 years of independence.Achi News

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PM Modi presides over the third meeting of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, a national group celebrating 75 years of independence.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday chaired a national panel organized to celebrate ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, marking 75 years of India’s independence. This is the third meeting in this regard. Prime Minister Modi then said that the tricolor is a symACHI of unity and it brings positivity and prosperity to the country. We must preserve and develop our unity. The idea of ​​’Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat’ should be carried forward.

The Prime Minister said that this is a golden opportunity to emotionally engage our youth in nation building. It is a Sanskar Utsav for the youth which inculcates in them the spirit of contributing to the country. He said that today’s generation will be tomorrow’s leaders and hence henceforth we should instill a sense of duty and responsibility in them and thereby realize the vision and vision of ‘[email protected]’.

He said the local tribes should set up a museum to pay tribute to them. He suggested that the youth should conduct border village projects and get to know the lives of the people living there. Similarly, 75 ponds and other projects for water and environment protection should be developed in each district.

Earlier, PM Modi met Jagdeep Dhankar. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister congratulated him for winning the Vice-Presidential election. He said it was a proud moment for India when the farmer’s son was sworn in as the Vice President. Prime Minister Modi met the Vice President-elect at the residence of ParliamentACHI Affairs Minister Prakalat Joshi.

PM Modi thanked all the MPs who voted for Dhankar. As India celebrates the Amrita Mahotsav of Independence, we are proud of the Vice President who is the son of a farmer,” Modi tweeted. Possesses excellent legal knowledge and intellect.

Thangar got 528 votes while opposition candidate Margaret Alva got 182 votes in the vice-presidential election. A total of 725 votes were cast in the election. Out of which 15 votes were declared invalid.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday chaired a national panel organized to celebrate ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, marking 75 years of India’s independence. This is the third meeting in this regard. Prime Minister Modi then said that the tricolor is a symACHI of unity and it brings positivity and prosperity to the country. We must preserve and develop our unity. The idea of ​​’Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat’ should be carried forward.

The Prime Minister said that this is a golden opportunity to emotionally engage our youth in nation building. It is a Sanskar Utsav for the youth which inculcates in them the spirit of contributing to the country. He said that today’s generation will be tomorrow’s leaders and hence henceforth we should instill a sense of duty and responsibility in them and thereby realize the vision and vision of ‘[email protected]’.

He said the local tribes should set up a museum to pay tribute to them. He suggested that the youth should conduct border village projects and get to know the lives of the people living there. Similarly, 75 ponds and other projects for water and environment protection should be developed in each district.

Earlier, PM Modi met Jagdeep Dhankar. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister congratulated him for winning the Vice-Presidential election. He said it was a proud moment for India when the farmer’s son was sworn in as the Vice President. Prime Minister Modi met the Vice President-elect at the residence of ParliamentACHI Affairs Minister Prakalat Joshi.

PM Modi thanked all the MPs who voted for Dhankar. As India celebrates the Amrita Mahotsav of Independence, we are proud of the Vice President who is the son of a farmer,” Modi tweeted. Possesses excellent legal knowledge and intellect.

Thangar got 528 votes while opposition candidate Margaret Alva got 182 votes in the vice-presidential election. A total of 725 votes were cast in the election. Out of which 15 votes were declared invalid.

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