The Prime Minister also pays homage to the soldiers patrolling the border, and even when the people of the country are celebrating the festival, our Jawan is serving the country, so all citizens set fire to Diya for them. I said I need to put it on.
He further encouraged people to buy local indigenous products during this festive season and talked about how Kadi is becoming a world-class brand of organic clothing. “The world is paying close attention to our products, one of which is Caddy. It’s nice to see record sales at the Caddy Store in New Delhi,” he said. When we are proud of our heritage, the world pays attention to it, he added.
The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of reading and learning and spoke to Tamil Nadu resident Pon Mariappan. Pon Maria Puppan converted a small part of the salon into a library. He also pays attention to the services provided by sanitary workers, housekeepers and security guards, supports us during the blockade caused by Covid-19 and takes us to this festive season. I urged people to remember their workers.
He also talked about India’s headquarters-it is the integrity of the state and asked people to visit the government-run website on the initiative-ekbharat.gov.in. The Prime Minister called for donations to this initiative and stated that it was our duty to ensure unity and integration.
He also referred to a farmer in Pulwama, Kashmir, who produced world-class timber for pencils, and nominated Manzur, a resident of the same district, for his innovative entrepreneurship and success story. The Prime Minister praised the innovative efforts of Indian citizens in the field of agriculture and concluded the speech by sharing the case of Jarkand and Madiya Pradesh.
Prime Minister Modi dealing with the country in the 71st edition of today’s radio show
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