Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the country from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the occasion of 73rd Independence Day, said that India is fighting vigorously against terrorism, the real face of those who export terrorism is to be brought before the world. He said that he will destroy those who create an atmosphere of terror. He also said that India will fight with those who support terrorism.
Along with this, in the backdrop of the government's move to remove any provisions of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and divide the state into two union territories, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that 'we do not avoid problems, we do not avoid problems and now There is no time to postpone and raise it. He said, 'We are completing the work given by the countrymen.'
Addressing the country from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the occasion of the 73rd Independence Day, the Prime Minister said, "We do not avoid problems and do not raise them. Now is not the time to postpone nor the time to raise. Within 70 days of the formation of the government, both houses of parliament approved the decision to remove Articles 370 and 35A. We are completing the work given by the countrymen.
Prime Minister Modi emphasized the small family to control the population in the country and said that if the population is prosperous, educated then no one can stop the country from moving forward. He said that GST made the dream of 'one country, one tax' come true, India has also achieved one country, one grid in the energy sector. Modi said that now the discussion is about one country one election, it is mandatory to make the country great.
He said that every step taken to end corruption and black money is welcome, due to these problems the country suffered a lot in the last 70 years, we will always reward honesty. Modi said, 'Today, modern infrastructure is being built in the country according to the need of the 21st century. It has been decided to invest 100 lakh crore rupees on the construction of the country's infrastructure.