Friday, August 15, 2014

#ModiSpeech: #PM Modi feels that he is an outsider to Delhi's elite class

India's newly elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi feels that he is an outsider to Delhi's elite class. ‘In the last 2 months I have found that Govt. departments do not talk to each other. There are many governments within the Government. And the departments fights with each other and to settle their disputes.  They file court cases against each other. How came there be any development if there is no coordination among the government departments itself.’

Addressing the nation from the ramparts of historic Red Fort Modi called for a 10-year moratorium on caste and communal violence. "I appeal that for the sake of country's progress, there should be a 10-year moratorium on violence, at least for once, so that we are free from these ills. We should have peace, unity and harmony. Please believe my word, if we give up the path of violence and adopt the path of brotherhood, we will make progress," he said.
In his 65-minute extempore speech in Hindi he said the need to replace the Planning Commission with a new body to reflect the current day realities.
In his speech he highlighted the need for gender equalities, and equal opportunities for girl child. A boy enjoys all the freedom but a girl doesn't. Why such in equality in our society? The doctors who are responsible for distorted sex ratio in this country (1000 boys for every 940 girls) needs behave in a more responsible manner.
There is a need for cleanliness is our neighbourhood .All of us must join hands to make India a clean country by 2019 as we approach the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi the father of this nation.