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PM Modi woke the land from sleep to make India a world power: Ramesh Pokhriyal



Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation during 74th Independence Day celebrations at the Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15, 2020 |  PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation during 74th Independence Day celebrations at the Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15, 2020 | PTI

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The pessimistically complains about the wind. The optimist expects this to change. The chef adjusts the sails, ”says the famous quote. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a leader who always knows the way, follows the way and shows the way. In 2014, when he prostrate to touch the steps of parliament before entering, he silenced all his detractors, a gesture that clearly shows a man’s national character, his deeply rooted values ​​and his faith in parliamentary democracy. This image will be remembered forever.

PM Modis’ first term was devoted to building a new India. The legacy he received in 2014 required a major overhaul in terms of administration, policies and governance. He rose to the challenge, rose to the challenge and delivered on all fronts. The result was evident a huge mandate in 2019. The bigger the mandate, the greater the responsibilities. In the 15 months following his second term, the Prime Minister made major decisions, including the repeal of Article 370, the criminalization of triple talaq, the anti-terrorism law, the new education policy 2020 and the law on citizenship (amendment). In that short span of time, he has led the nation in a remarkable way, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. He corrected many “historical wrongs” and simultaneously laid the foundation for India’s future an Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

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Confidence to be alone

Douglas MacArthur, the US general said: “A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not want to be a leader, but becomes one through the equality of his actions and the integrity of his intention. All decisions made by PM Modi are based on this philosophy. The repeal of Section 370 not only corrected the historical error, but also gave a platform for the people of Jammu and Kashmir to join the mainstream of the nation for peace, prosperity and development. . He has shown courage, conviction and commitment to the integrity of the country. After 73 years of independence, now we are indeed one nation with a flag, a constitution and a head of government. He had shown a similar daring during his previous tenure with surgical strikes and Balakot airstrikes. He always believes that the safety, honor and well-being of the country always come first and every time.

Whether it is his bold decision to lobby legislation to criminalize triple talaq, or to empower security agencies with the Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act to combat anti-national activities, the decisions clearly reflect his desire for reform, transformation and performance.

The ultimate test of a person’s character is not where they are in times of comfort, but how they react to adversity and crisis. Covid-19 has posed a Himalayan challenge to leaders around the world. PM Modi led the country at a time of crisis with his determination and phenomenal organizational capacities. Time and time again we have witnessed that when the Prime Minister appeals, the country rises to the challenge. He has led from the front lines, led by example at all levels and brought the country out of pandemic chaos. He gave India the roadmap: from capacity building to nation building. the Package Rs 20 Lakh Crore making India Aatmanirbhar Bharat reflects its long term vision and far-sighted governance.

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NEP has the Modis stamp

The whole world is watching India how the nation will emerge in the 21st century. Over the past 34 years, we have seen the impact of globalization, liberalization and technological invasion in almost every area of ​​life. But our education system and our education policy have never been reformed to meet contemporary needs. As Union Minister of Education in PM Modis Cabinet, I can authoritatively share that from the nascent stage of drafting through cabinet approval and now in the implementation phase , PM Modi led the new 2020 education policy in its current format, making valuable contributions. , suggestions and vision. He has always emphasized the role and importance of education in our lives and our moral responsibility to produce global citizens with Indian roots and values. With her regular guidance and vision, India today has its first 21st century, which has Indian roots, an international perspective, interactive content, an inclusive approach and will have an impact on its results. Access, quality, equity with affordability and accountability have made it become a policy with a long term vision and will make India a global knowledge center.

Today PM Modi is one of the most respected and greatest leaders in India with global influence. He restored the prestige and aura of the Prime Minister’s office of the world’s largest democracy. He awakened the land from sleep and made us seize the opportunity to make India a world power. He ignited the will of the nation and gave us a refreshing appeal to keep self-respect rejuvenated. He is the manifestation of the dreams and aspirations of New India. He is the symbol of hope and faith for the young people of the country.

PM Modi still believes in the power of one if every Indian takes a step forward, India advances 135 crore. A fervent supporter of Team India and cooperative federalism, he gave leadership to the country to which we have always aspired. I would like to quote the talisman PM Modis; “My government has only one religion – India first, one religious book – Constitution of India, one cult – the welfare of 135 crore Indians and one doctrine sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas.

Long live the country. Long live the chef.

Ramesh Pokhriyal is Union Minister of Education. Opinions are personal.

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