India no longer lags behind in aerospace: PM praises Modi
Indian youth ready to touch the sky. Therefore, Prime Minister Modi said with pride that India has no chance of lagging behind in this sector.
Every month since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014, he has been addressing the nation on the radio on the last Sunday of the month under the theme ‘Voice of the Mind’ (Mann Ki Baat). The Prime Minister shapes his speech by getting ideas and information from the people. Thus the 90th edition of The Voice of the Mind, which aired on June 26 on Radio, aired today.
In it, Prime Minister Modi spoke:
Deprived democracy: It was in June 1975 that the Emergency was declared in India. The rights of the people were taken away. People’s right to life and even their individual right were called into question. An attempt was made to suppress Indian democracy. Popular singer Kishore Kumar was also banned from singing because he refused to praise the government. The Congress lost the election after the crisis. Democracy won.
Achievement in Aerospace: India has been making tremendous achievements in the field of aerospace. India’s growth in the aerospace sector has been high in recent times. We have created a system called In-Space. This system will enable private companies to carry out research in the field of aerospace.
Before 2019, there were not many start-ups in the aerospace industry. But over the past 3 years, the youth of our country have made a difference with their innovative skills.
Tribute to Mithali Raj: Indian cricketer Mithali Raj has announced her retirement from international cricket. The 39-year-old played international cricket for the Indian women’s cricket team for about 23 years. Speaking about Mithali Raj, the Prime Minister said that Mithali is not only an outstanding cricketer. He is an inspiration to all other athletes. I would like to extend my congratulations to him.
Similarly, Prime Minister Modi also congratulated javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra. The then Prime Minister won gold at the Pao Noormi Games in Finland. He has broken his own record.
Published on : June 26, 2022 at 3:18 PM