On Sunday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged young people to register as voters in the age of 18 and their differences would prove Indian. In his speech on the “Mann ki Baat” of the year, he urged that “insulting legislators” will be appointed in Delhi on August 15, whose delegation will be delegated from each district of the country. Consider how to establish a new India in the next five years. He said that meetings will be organized in each district before the scheduled meeting in August in the capital. During the New Year, people took steps to “advance India” and will report an interesting story of Anjam Bashir Khan Khataka, who seeks to search for Kashmir administration of Kashmir.
He said, “He himself volunteered from the worst of terrorism and violence and participated in the research of Kashmir.” PM Modi said that terrorism and violence were so big that his family left the land of his ancestors and fled. For a child, such an atmosphere of conflict can make a dark and profound impact on the heart, but the person should not expect himself to be lost and hope is never expected. He chose a different way, a way to serve people, he said. He reminded his meeting with the young girls from the state and said it was amazing meeting the spirits that they had. Their enthusiasm was there in their hearts and the dreams they have nurtured.
Encouraged 21st Century’s Generation
According to Election Commission nearly 13,430,193 people with the age group of 18-19 years voted in 2014 Lok Sabha polls. The 21st Century votes will be free from the poison of castes, communalism, corruption, and terrorism. Also free from filth and poverty. In the new India, everyone will have equal opportunities and aspirations and whishes for everyone will be fulfilled. The New India will be a place where amity, unity and peace will be our guiding forces, he said.
He talked about the 2018 World Cup to evaluate the achievements of the cities from January 4 to March 10. This study has hidden more than 40 people in over 4,000 cities. He said that, this day was not the same in the republic, but ten foreigners did not do well on January 26 in the Rajpath. “January 26, 2018, will be well remembered for many more years. After celebrating the masses of day, Asian leaders (South Asia) will come to India. He said, 2017 was unique for ASEAN and India. Although Asian has completed its 50th anniversary, India and Asian have reached 25 years. “Time on January 26 is one of the ego groups of all Indians coming to top ten international leaders,” Modi said.
Addressing Punjabi Youths
Since Punjab and Goa began voting on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chose early morning to decide on his future governors who demanded voters to increase numbers and to make voters use their rights. “Keep voting in Punjab and Goa to record polls in polls in the parliamentary elections, especially in urging young people to vote,” said the Prime Minister.
According to the Election survey in India, young voters are very important, indicating that 27 percent of all Punjab voters and 23 percent of Goa were between the ages of 18 and 30. According to local industry, most of the young people are expected to have a significant impact on the five states, particularly in Punjab and Goa.
On the occasion of New Year’s Eve, PM Modi talked about many positive things about the nation. With conveying the New Year’s greetings, he urged to help converting country into a transforming nation. Some of the major highlights of Mann ki Baat are:
- PM Modi coveys his heartiest greetings to the nation.
- Talked about those born in 21st century getting eligible for voting.
- Talked about the idea of setting up mock parliament in every district of the country.
- Talked about newest development opportunities in India.
Talked about discriminatory practices by Muslim. PM Modi mentioned, “It had come to our notice that if a Muslim woman wants to go on Haj, she must have a ‘Mehram’ or a male guardian, otherwise she cannot travel, it was discriminatory, we have changed this rule and this year around 1300 women applied to go without a male guardian.”