India will advance by eschewing the “slave mentality,” according to PM Modi


New Delhi – India faces obstacles on the route to its aim for 2047 and forces that threaten to shatter it, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that the country has the bravery to try something new, even in the most trying conditions.

According to Modi, the nation’s 75th anniversary of independence has sparked a sense of pride in its history. He claimed that India cherishes its diversity and that as we become more familiar with it and break free from our slave mentality, our pride in “our heritage” will rise.

In a speech that was practically addressed to the ‘Saurashtra Tamil Sangamam’ concluding ceremony, Modi said that there are many things between Gujarat and Tamil Nadu that have been purposefully kept secret from “our” knowledge.

“As of right now, our goal for India is to become a developed nation by 2047. We also face difficulties related to the age of slavery and the seven decades that followed.

“We must move the nation ahead, but along the way, there will be forces that pose a threat to our survival and individuals who will want to lead us astray. But even in the most challenging situations, India has the bravery to try something new, Modi said.

He added that India is a nation that prides itself on showcasing its variety. “As a people, we value diversity. We celebrate many arts, expertise, and linguistic varieties. Everything is different, from our beliefs to our spiritual practises, he remarked.

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