On the 74th Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yelled from the ramparts of the Red Fort and said that whoever has shown us an eye, from LoC to LAC. We have given them a proper answer. PM Modi said that the whole world saw in Ladakh what our jawans can do.
The country is full of zeal to protect the sovereignty
The PM told the Red Fort that despite such a disaster, there has been a dirty attempt to challenge the country’s strength on the border. But whoever raised his eyes on the sovereignty of the country from LoC to LAC, our brave soldiers have responded to that in the language of the country. The entire country is full of zeal to protect India’s sovereignty. Inspired by resolutions and moving forward with unwavering devotion to strength. What our brave soldiers can do for this resolution, what the country can do, the world has seen in Ladakh.
Be it terrorism or expansionism, India is firmly coping
The PM said that I pay respects to all those brave soldiers on the homeland today. Be it terrorism or expansionism, India is fighting it vigorously today.
Government is reviewing the marriage age of girls
Addressing the country on the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned important issues like self-sufficient India, a dispute with China in Ladakh, corona epidemic. In his speech from the Red Fort, PM Modi also saluted the daughters of the country. During this, PM Modi said that the government is reviewing the age of marriage of girls.The Prime Minister said that for the right age of marriage of girls, we have formed a committee. As soon as his report comes, appropriate decisions will be taken regarding the age of marriage of daughters.
‘30 thousand crores deposited in women’s accounts’
PM Modi said that out of the 40 crore Jan Dhan accounts opened in the country, about 22 crore accounts are of women only. At the time of Corona, in April-May-June, about three thousand crore rupees have been directly transferred to the accounts of women in these three months. Today, women are working in underground coal mines in India, and are also touching sky high with fighter jets.