75th Independence day: PM Modi  introduces ‘Panch Pran’ and said “Sbka prayas” is required in this ‘Amrit Kaal’

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On the occasion of India’s 75th anniversary of Independence, Prime minister Narendra Modi unfurled the Indian Flag at Red Fort and addressed the nation. In his address, he gave a five-point “pran” for the future and highlight the nation’s twin struggles “corruption” and “dynasty politics and nepotism”.

The prime minister of India mostly focused on ideas for the future as he outlined the vision for the next 25 years and presented the big picture. In the speech, PM Modi provided a broad vision for the next quarter of the century. He described the “Panch Pran of Amrit kaal” – the five responsibilities for the next 25 years which are as follows:

First Pran –

The “goal of developed India by 2047”. The country to move ahead with a big resolve. And that big resolution is of a developed India; and now we should not settle for anything less than that. Big resolution.

Second pran-

It is that in no part of our existence, not even in the deepest corners of our minds or habits should there be any ounce of slavery. We have to liberate ourselves from the slavery mindset which is visible in innumerable things within and around us. This is our second Pran Shakti.

Third pran-

we should feel proud of our heritage and legacy. Since it is this same legacy which had given India its golden period in the past. And it is this legacy that has an innate capability of transforming itself with time. And hence we should be proud of this heritage.

Fourth pran-

The most essential Pran “Unity” When there is Harmony and kindness among 130 million people, unity becomes the strongest quality.  “Ek Bharat shreshtha Bharat” is one of the uniting efforts to bring the fourth’s pran’s goal to reality.

Fifth pran-

“The duty of the citizens”, from which the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister are also not free because they are also responsible citizens with a duty to the nation.  This quality will be a key life force if we are to attain our goals over the next 25 years.

Apart from the five commitments, the prime minister also highlighted two challenges aimed at the political opposition.

Prime minister Narendra Modi mentioned corruption in his speech. He stated that while some people did not have money, others were having difficulty in hiding their money.

According to Modi, the second significant difficulty nation is facing is “dynasty” and “nepotism.” He stated that “pariwarwad” and “bhai-bhatijawad” were not limited to the political arena and that other institutions and sectors are also affected.

This is not a new issue, and the Prime Minister has discussed it numerous times in the past, most notably during the three-day BJP national executive conference in early July. However, naming it as the key challenge on the 75th anniversary of the country’s independence has broader political implications.

At last, he urged the people to begin the ‘Amrit Kaal’ today by creating new possibilities, making new resolutions, and moving forward with confidence. The ‘Amrit Mahotsav’ of freedom has turned toward ‘Amrit Kaal,’ and hence ‘Sabka Prayas’ is required in this ‘Amrit Kaal.’ This is the outcome of ‘Sabka Prayas.’ The spirit of Team India will move the country ahead. This Team India of 130 million citizens will accomplish all of their ambitions by working together.

Read the full address of PM Modi here

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