Independence Day: PM Modi meets NCC cadets and sportspersons, didn't shake hands

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is celebrating the 75th anniversary of independence today. During this time, he made many big announcements from the Red Fort. He delivered the address and after his address, he also visited the sportspersons present at the Red Fort among the children, NCC cadets. The most important thing was that during this time he followed the Corona Protocol and did not shake hands with anyone.

The Prime Minister said that "They have not only won our hearts but also done a great job of motivating generations to come, praising the Indian athletes who have excelled at the Olympics so far. The ongoing campaign to bring talent, technology, and professionalism to sports has to be intensified and broadened.''

You must be aware that India has won seven medals, including one gold, in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics, the best performance of the country so far. In his speech, PM Modi gave the example of sports in terms of the importance of mother tongue in national education policy and said, "Language has never been stopped in the playground and the result was seen by all. The country has seen that the language did not stop in the playground. The result has been that our youth are beginning to bloom. They are blooming and playing. Now the same will happen in other fields of life.'' PM Modi made many more big announcements during this period.

Eng vs Ind: Joe Root's remarkable unbeaten 180 helps to take lead against India.

India Corona: Figure of infected decreased but death toll raises threat!

CM Yogi hoisted flag in Lucknow, says 'Salutations to revolutionaries'

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -