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After the big and decisive decisions taken in the first one year of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term, the country and the world are eyeing his address on August 15 this year from the ramparts of the Red Fort. Few new missions may emerge with the future action plan of self-sufficient India in dispute with China and the Corona crisis.

According to sources, the Prime Minister’s Independence Day address this time will be different from the previous ones. One reason for this is the situation arising out of the Corona epidemic and the ongoing strained relations with neighboring countries. In such a situation, the country is also indirectly reviewing its policy with neighbors with its agenda of self-sufficiency. The next one year will be to strengthen the country on both the internal and external fronts, with both resources and security at the center of the government’s agenda. If sources are to be believed, before the Independence Day address, the government has collected extensive opinions and information from various fields.

BJP eyeing third agenda
On the other hand, the coming year will also be important for BJP’s future politics. In the last one year, the government has worked to abolish Article 370 from Kashmir and two big agenda of BJP and Sangh Parivar and start construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. Now the third big issue of BJP is the turn of Uniform Civil Code. BJP leaders feel that the ramparts of the Red Fort may not mention it in the Prime Minister’s address, but there may be signs that the government can move towards strengthening national unity and integrity in the current situation.

Work in constitutional
A senior BJP leader has said that whatever our agenda has been, but we are doing all the work in a constitutional manner and through a complete judicial process. All these have been fully adhered to in the decisions taken so far. It is a different matter that previous governments have neither shown any will nor tried to act in a constitutional manner.


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