'I am proud that I too was once an active cadet of ncc...', pm modi said at the event

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today attended the valedictory function of the Republic Day camp of the National Cadet Corps (NCC), during which he said that he too was an NCC cadet, which he is proud of. PM Modi said that no power in the world can stop the country whose youth starts moving forward with the thinking of Nation First.

PM Modi further said that there is no greater devotion than patriotism. He also said that more and more daughters (girls) should join the NCC. "I am proud that I was also once an active cadet of ncc. The training I got in ncc, what i have learned to learn, today i get immense strength from it in the discharge of my responsibilities towards the country. PM Modi said that the country is celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of its freedom.

Referring to the cadets present in the ground, PM Modi said that these are the visions of the youth power of India, which will fulfill our resolutions. Today, most of the young men and women who are in the NCC, in the NSS, are born in this century. You have to take India by 2047. PM Modi further said that only by the achievement of the resolutions of those youth will india be fulfilled, india will be successful.

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