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PM Modi’s Independence Day Speech – 30 Key Points

Speech Highlights

  • Issue of ‘One-Rank, One-Pension’ came up in front of every government. Some even made small promises. Issue could not be solved. I assure the servicemen and I am saying it under the Tricolour from the Red Fort – we have accepted OROP.
  • We are looking at systems for enabling start-ups. We must be Number 1 in start-ups. ‘Start-up India’ and ‘Stand up India’
  • Govt will provide electricity to 18,500 power-less villages in the country in the next 1,000 days.
  • Team India, a team of 125 crore India, will take our nation to new heights
  • Be it casteism or communalism, there is no place for them. In no way can they be tolerated
  • The poor want to move away from poverty and that is why, all our programmes must be for the poor.
  • All our programmes and institutions should be helpful to the poor; have to empower them through financial inclusion.
  • We have been very successful in our campaign to make toilets, especially for girls in schools across India.
  • We introduced Shrameva Jayate Yojana. It is an effort to chage the way we look at the workers of India.
  • Government to club 44 labour laws into four codes to simplify them for the people.
  •  Dignity of labour has to be our national duty, it has to be a part of our nature.
  • India can be free of corruption but we need lots of measures. We have to start from top.
  • Some people like to remain in ‘Nirasha’. And they are not satisfied till they have spoken about it to other people.
  • Each of 1.25 lakh bank branches should encourage at least one Dalit or adivasi entrepreneur and at least one woman entrepreneur.
  • We need to increase agricultural productivity and we are working in that direction
  • India cannot develop till the eastern part of India develops
  • Why does somebody have to seek ‘Sifarish’ when a job is sought. It is not proper.

Key Achievements mentioned

  • Almost 4.25 lakh toilets were built in 2.62 lakh schools nationwide in one year; this gives self-confidence that we can do what we want.
  • Bank accounts are essential for integrating poor into the financial system, 17 crore people opened accounts under Jan Dhan Yojna.
  • Rs 6,500 crore disclosed under compliance window of black money and foreign assets law.
  • Not one charge of corruption against this government since it came to power 15 months ago.
  • 20 lakh Indians have given up LPG subsidy
  • ‘Jan Bhagidari’ is the biggest asset of our democracy. Be it MyGov, letters from citizens, Mann Ki Baat, communication with people…daily Jan Bhagidari is increasing.
  • Last time from the Red Fort I spoke about toilets and cleanliness. People wondered what kind of PM is he, talking about these issues.
  • If there is something that has touched every person, it is the movement towards cleanliness.
  • Who has given maximum strength to Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan? It is the children of India.
  • Coal block auction has been undertaken by the govt, national exchequer will get Rs 3 lakh crore.
  • We took a lot of steps on black money within such a short time. We formed a SIT under the SC’s guidance the day we took over.
  • Some people are worried about tough law on black money, it has ensured that nobody dares to take black money out of the country.
  • CBI has registered 1,800 corruption cases after we formed government.

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