PM Modi inaugurates centenary celebrations of ‘Mother Earth’, says world has high hopes for India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday lauded the role of media in popularizing yoga, fitness and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign. PM Modi was speaking via video conferencing at the inauguration of the centenary celebrations of Malayalam daily Matharbhoomi. He said that the motherland, inspired by the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi, was born to strengthen India’s struggle for independence. Motherland is an important part of the glorious tradition of newspapers and magazines established all over India to unite the people of our country against the colonial rule.
“Amrit Kal has given us the opportunity to work for a stronger, more developed world,” he said. “We did not get a chance to sacrifice our lives during Swarajia’s struggle for independence,” said PM Modi. However, this nectar call gives us the opportunity to work towards a strong, developed and comprehensive India.
Motherland is an important part of the glorious tradition of newspapers and magazines established all over India to unite the people of our country against colonial rule. Media has played a very encouraging role in popularizing Yoga, Fitness and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao: PM Modi pic.twitter.com/y8prqvUwX3
– ANI (ANI) March 18, 2022
Similarly, the media has played a very encouraging role in popularizing yoga, fitness and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, said PM Narendra Modi. These are topics outside the realm of politics and political parties. “I have seen the media have a positive effect,” he said. The example of Sooch Bharat Mission is well known. Every media house took this mission with great sincerity.
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– Narendra Modi (arenarendramodi) March 18, 2022
The Prime Minister said that when it was speculated about Code-19 that India would not be able to handle things well. But the people of the country proved these critics wrong. He further said that today the world has high hopes for India.