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PM Modi’s I-Day Speeches: From ‘Skill India’ to ‘5 Trillion Dollar Economy’, Taglines in 8 Years

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation from the Red Fort on August 15, 2021. (Photo Credit: ANI)

New Delhi: Following his usual demands to follow a certain ritual or support his government’s policy decisions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently asked Indians to participate in the “Har Khar Tiranga” program of hoisting the flag at one’s house to mark the 75th year of independence. India.

This August 15 will also mark Modi’s 9th speech on the country’s Independence Day celebrations. Every year, Modi’s speech focuses on a few key words, promoting new projects or announcing them. India Ahead lists those tag lines:

August 15, 2014

In his first speech after becoming Prime Minister, he made more plans and promises. All these are:

Under the Pradhan Mantri Jan-Than Yojana scheme, the poor are provided with a bank account, debit card and insurance cover of Rs.1 lakh.

It has been announced that the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan will be launched on October 2. Aim to achieve a clean India by 2019.

Announcement of nationwide “Skill India” initiative to impart employability skills.

August 15, 2015

Start-Up India, Stand-Up India, was announced by Modi, who he said was aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship among Indian youth.

Each of the 1.25 lakh bank branches should promote at least one Dalit or Adivasi entrepreneur and at least one woman entrepreneur, he said.

August 15, 2016

Ek Bharat, Shreshta Bharat – One India, Greater India – An initiative to promote understanding and bonding among the diverse, multilingual and multicultural states and union territories to strengthen the unity and integrity of India.

August 15, 2017

Modi’s speech in 2017 pressed the term ‘New India’, where he said “we must move forward with the collective strength of 125 crore people without discrimination of small and large”.

He continued in his speech, “Kashmir problem can be solved not by bullets or abuses but by hugs.

New India will be a great strength of democracy.

August 15, 2018

Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Abhiyan announced to be launched on September 25, 2018 – to increase affordable healthcare in the country

August 15, 2019

This was the year Modi announced his “dream” of India becoming a “5 trillion dollar economy”. The target to achieve this was later set for 2024.

A promise brought up several times by opposition parties in subsequent years as India grapples with unemployment.

August 15, 2020

The year Covid-19 became a pandemic. Modi took the day to talk about a self-reliant India or “Aatmanirbar Bharat”. He said, “In the midst of the Corona pandemic, 1.3 billion Indians are committed to self-reliance. Today, self-confidence is embedded in the mind of every Indian.

August 15, 2021

Two slogans emerged from this text. For one thing, the aim of ‘Amrita Kaal’ is to create an infrastructure-free India that does not divide rural and urban areas. The government does not interfere unnecessarily in the lives of citizens. The aim of ‘Amrtha Kal’ is to create an India with every modern infrastructure in the world.

Another tagline is ‘Sabka Prayas’ along with Sabkasad, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Viswas’. It translates as ‘Support for all, Development for all, Hope for all’.

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