PM praises public research on his monthly radio show 'Mann Ki Baat'
PM praises public research on his monthly radio show 'Mann Ki Baat'

Bina: On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the nation’s citizens and their “Samuhik Shakti” (collective spirit) for the G20 summit’s success.

The summit was held in the nation’s capital at the cutting-edge Bharat Mandapam, and attendees included the leaders of all 20 of the world’s largest economies as well as representatives from important international organisations.


The approval of the New Delhi Declaration by the member nations, the declaration of the India-Middle East-Europe Corridor, and the official admission of the African Union (AU) as a full member of the alliance were some of the summit’s most significant outcomes.

At a sizable public gathering in Bina, Madhya Pradesh, Prime Minister Modi made the statement after laying the cornerstone for a number of projects totaling more than Rs 50,700 crores.

When commenting on the G20 meeting’s success, PM Modi remarked, “We all saw how well India organised the G20 meeting. The 140 crore citizens of the nation deserve all the credit for this feat.

The richness and history of the nation were on display during the summit, and the G20 leaders and delegates were pleased, he said.

To present India’s traditions and strengths to a worldwide audience, extensive preparations were undertaken. The Centre focused on emphasising the nation’s inclusive development, digital innovation, climate resilience, and equitable global health access during its G20 leadership.

Meanwhile, PM Modi attacked the Indian National Developmental, Inclusive Alliance (INDIA), the main opposition group, harshly, branding it a “INDI-alliance”.

Additionally, he said that the INDIA bloc had a goal of eliminating “Santan” culture.

“At a time when our nation is beginning to take the lead in international forums, certain groups are attempting to polarise the nation and its citizens. The INDIA alliance has brought these individuals together. It’s being referred to as a “ghamndiya (arrogant) alliance” by certain individuals. They lack a leader, and there is much uncertainty over their future direction as general elections approach the next year. They want to target and destroy our revered Sanatan culture, according to PM Modi.

He continued by saying that the Opposition group approved a resolution to “end the Santan culture” during its third meeting in Mumbai.

The ‘Sanatan’ culture must stop, according to a resolution issued by the INDI-alliance. They are determined to undermine our ideas, cultures, and traditions, which have bonded the nation and its citizens for generations, stated Prime Minister Modi.

Additionally, he urged all “Sanatanis” in the nation as well as the general populace to remain vigilant against the Opposition’s schemes to exploit and subvert the nation’s old traditions.

“Those affiliated with the INDI-alliance wish to eradicate the Sanatan Dharma, which influenced individuals like Swami Vivekananda and Lokmanya Tilak. ‘Sanatan Dharma’ is what they want to eradicate. They are openly going for Sanatan right now. They could even assault Sanatan believers tomorrow. ‘Sanatanis’ everywhere in the nation must be aware of this danger. Such individuals will need to be stopped from achieving their ulterior goals, he said.



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