Narendra Singh Tomar attended the screening of the 100th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’
Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Shri Narendra Singh Tomar listened to the 100th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat‘ presented by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, along with the common people at Badnagar village of Ujjain district in Madhya Pradesh today.
Addressing the program organized on this occasion, Shri Tomar said that it is a very proud era for all of us when our country has a strong leader like Shri Narendra Modi as our Prime Minister. Shri Modi is such a Prime Minister who is aware of the smallest problem existing in the country, he is equally concerned about the smallest and the tallest countrymen. It is his priority to bring changes in the lives of the poor and farmers residing in the villages.
Union Minister Shri Tomar said that the political, social, economic, and spiritual progress of the country is the priority of Prime Minister Shri Modi, for which he is constantly striving. There was a time when India used to take a back seat on the political stage of the world, no opportunity to speak, and waiting to speak, but in the last 8-9 years as a result of Shri Modi’s personality-creativity, resoluteness, efficiency, the changes and reforms being done by him in the country and his diplomacy, a situation has arisen in the world today that be it any country or organization, its agenda is not finalized until India gives its consent on it. He said that it has been 75 years of Independence, 2047 will be the 100th year, Amrit Mahotsav is being celebrated now, and the Centenary will be celebrated in 2047.
The journey of the next 25 years will be one in which this is an important period to realize the dream of the forefathers of India being a great nation. He said that we all should use every moment to establish the nation as India the Best, when the 100th year of Independence comes, our new generation should thank us for this.
Shri Tomar said that Shri Modi is being recognized as a great leader of the world. Shri Tomar said Prime Minister Shri Modi, while mentioning Shri Lakshmanrao Inamdar in Mann Ki Baat, said that he always used to say that we should worship the good qualities of others. No matter who is in front of you, – one with you or your opponent, – you should try to know their good qualities and learn from them. This quality of Shri Inamdar has always inspired me. ‘Mann Ki Baat‘ has become a great medium to learn from the virtues of others. Shri Tomar said that crores of people across the country and the world listen to it, and draw inspiration from it, PM Modi directly connects with crores of countrymen through this program, this has never happened before.
Public representatives, officers, and local residents were present in the program.
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