On the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi narrated the glory of the brave soldiers of India from the ramparts of the Red Fort. Without naming China, PM Modi said that what the brave soldiers of our country can do, the world has seen in Ladakh. PM Modi said that from the LoC to the LAC, the nation of India, which raised its eyes, gave a befitting reply to the soldiers of India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address that respect for India’s sovereignty is supreme for us. The world has seen in Ladakh what our brave soldiers can do for this resolution, what the country can do. He further said that from the LOC to the LAC, whoever has raised eyes on the sovereignty of the country, the country, the country’s army has responded to it in the same language.
PM Modi said that today the neighbors are not only those who get our geographical boundaries but also those who get our hearts. Where there is harmony in relationships, there is harmony. With our neighboring countries, whether they are connected to us on land or from the sea, we are connecting our relations with security, development and trust sharing.
Other special things about PM Modi’s speech
As much as India’s efforts are for peace and harmony, the more commitment it is to its security, the stronger its army. India is also fully equipped for self-sufficiency in defense production.
Our border and coastal infrastructure also have a big role in the security of the country. Be it the Himalayan peaks or the islands of the Indian Ocean, today there is an unprecedented expansion of road and internet connectivity in the country, expanding rapidly.
There are more than 1300 islands in our country. Some of these islands are in the process of starting new development schemes, keeping in view their geographical location, their importance in the development of the country. In the next 1000 days, Lakshadweep will also be connected to submarine optical fiber cable:
Now the expansion of NCC will be ensured to 173 border and coastal districts of the country. Under this campaign, special training will be provided to about 1 lakh new NCC Cadets. In this also, about one-third of the daughters will be given this special training.