During his monthly radio programme,
During his monthly radio programme, "Mann Ki Baat," the PM expresses satisfaction with people's research

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, made the announcement in the city of Gwalior on Saturday, claiming that the nation was now free of Article 370 and other outstanding issues.

Gwalior’s ‘The Scindia School’ is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi used his speech there to announce that the BJP-led Central government is almost at its 10-year milestone and that several long-delayed decisions have been made.


Ten years in office are almost up for this administration. Our administration, according to him, lifted the burden of various unresolved issues during this time, such as Article 370, the Goods and Services Tax (GST), One Rank One Pension (OROP), Triple Talaq, and the Women’s Reservation Bill.

The prime minister said his administration works to foster an environment where young people feel safe and have access to many possibilities because otherwise the burden of these outstanding choices would have been passed on to the next generation.

He said that a responsible individual puts the needs of future generations ahead of their own short-term gains.

Prime Minister Modi highlighted the Scindia family’s commitment to upholding Varanasi’s and India’s cultural traditions.

He told the kids, “Dream big and achieve big,” and said that the Scindia School would be 150 years old around the time that India celebrates its centennial of freedom.

The Prime Minister predicted that in 25 years’ time, India will be a developed country because of its youthful population.

He added, “I have faith in the abilities of today’s youth.”

Prime Minister Modi emphasised again that the next 25 years are crucial for students and for India.

He urged all students at the Scindia School to join in his mission to “make India a Viksit Bharat” via their work and other endeavours.

The head of the school’s Board of Governors, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, was also present at the event.

Scindia remembered that Scindia School was the first institution in the nation to include IT in the curriculum when it was established in the 1980s.

The Governor of Madhya Pradesh, Mangu Bhai Patel, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Narendra Singh Tomar (Union Minister of Agriculture), and Jitendra Singh (Minister of State in the PMO and a graduate of Scindia School) were all in attendance.



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