The controversy over the BBC documentary continues. In many educational institutions in the country, students organize collectively to see it. There was a lot of fuss at JNU. The government has prohibited this.
Now you must be wondering how the matter got into the literature directly from the BBC. Actually, Prime Minister Modi has taken a lot of sarcasm on this while he is speaking.
Addressing an NCC (National Cadet Corps) rally at Cariappa Parade Ground, Modi said the mantra of unity is the only way to make India great. Prime Minister Modi said on Saturday that efforts are being made to drive a wedge between the people of the country so caution is needed. He said that such efforts will not succeed. The Prime Minister said that today the whole world looks towards India. And the main reason behind this is the youth of India.
In independent India, the country’s way of living at every moment takes the country to new heights in the world. Many excuses are found to break the country. By giving various statements, efforts are being made to drive a wedge between Maa Bharti’s children regarding milk. Millions of efforts should be made, there can never be a crack in breast milk – PM Modi
The power of youth is the strength of India – PM
Appreciating NCC’s participation in the Republic Day celebrations, Modi said, “The most important energy to run any country is the energy of youth.” Now is the time for new opportunities for the youth of India. There is just a discussion everywhere that India’s time has come. He said that today new fields are opened for the youth in India. Whether it is India’s digital revolution, India’s start-up revolution, innovation revolution, youth are benefiting the most from all of this.
Unity mantra is great medicine – PM Modi
He said, the mantra of unity is a great medicine, it has great power. This resolution is also a mantra of unity for the future of India, for the potential of India and this is the only way to glory for India. We have to live on that path, fight against the obstacles that come our way. The prime minister’s statement came amid controversy over a BBC documentary on the 2002 post-Godhra riots in Gujarat. The central government has banned it in the country.