Modi unique idea says 75 villages – 75 hours – 75th Independence Day
Prime Minister Narendra Modi sees this independence Day as a people's movement not just a government's programme. He asked his party's MPs to organise programmes in each village of their constituencies to mark the 75th independence Day.
The Prime Minister told MPs in a parliamentary party meeting, to expose opposition parties as the government is ready for discussion but they are not. Since the beginning of the monsoon session of Parliament the opposition parties stall the business almost every day demanding discussion on new farm laws, and increasing rates of petrol, diesel, cooking gas and pegasus. PM Modi also criticised the congress' boycott when the presentation on Covid-19. Keeping all this in mind, the PM asked his MPs to expose the attitude of opposition parties.
PM Modi said 75th anniversary celebrations of independence should not merely be a government programme it should be a people's movement with people's participation,
The PM asked MPs to form a team of two party workers in each assembly constituency to organise the programmes and seek suggestions and ideas from people on how they envisage India in 2024 when the country will complete 100 years of independence. The Prime Minister also told the MPs that these two teams will visit 75 villages and spend 75 hours in the assembly segment.