Kejriwal launches ‘Make India No. 1’ mission; Calls every Indian to work for the nation
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Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi and the national convener of the AAP, launched the “Make India No. 1” mission on Wednesday. The mission aims to make India “number one” by putting a high priority on jobs, health, and education.
While giving a speech in Delhi, Kejriwal said that India has made significant progress since being independent, but still remains behind a number of countries that gained independence after it.
“Our country has been independent for 75 years. We achieved a lot in these 75 years, but there is anger and a question among people that other small countries that gained independence after us have surpassed us. India lagged behind why? the chief minister of Delhi said.
According to the Chief Minister, the mission “Make India No. 1” would include giving free healthcare, education, and employment to all citizens as well as equal rights and dignity for women and fair crop prices for farmers.
Our first responsibility is to ensure that every child in India receives an education, regardless of how much money it costs.
The second responsibility is to ensure that every citizen gets better and free healthcare. In every corner of the nation, we must build schools, hospitals, mohalla clinics, etc “Mr. Kejriwal said.
“Thirdly, there is a lack of employment among the youth. For our youth, we must find employment. No youth in this nation should be unemployed. Each woman in this nation needs to be valued, get equal rights, and feel secure “, he added.
“This goes beyond party politics. I call both the BJP and the Congress to come forward and work with us to make India the number 1 country in the world,” he said.
The declaration comes just before the Gujarat assembly elections when the Aam Aadmi Party is trying to make major inroads.