‘Migrant Workers, Labourers Undergone Tremendous Suffering’, PM Modi in Letter to The Nation

New Delhi: Marking the primary anniversary of his second time period, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday wrote an open letter folks of India and asserted that the nation has began traversing on the trail to ‘victory’ in its lengthy battle towards COVID-19. In the letter, he additionally  acknowledged “tremendous suffering” of migrant employees amongst others. “In a crisis of this magnitude, it can certainly not be claimed that no one suffered any inconvenience or discomfort. Our labourers, migrant workers, artisans and craftsmen in small scale industries, hawkers and such fellow countrymen have undergone tremendous suffering. We are working in a united and determined way to alleviate their troubles”, Modi mentioned, referring to the pandemic, that has killed greater than 4,500 throughout the nation. Also Read – Lockdown 5.0: CMs Favour Extension of Lockdown With Economic Relaxation, Amit Shah Briefs Modi Ahead of May 31

He additionally lauded folks for displaying persistence up to now and requested then to proceed to accomplish that. “We have to take care to ensure that inconveniences that we are facing do not turn into disasters. Hence, it is very important for every Indian to follow all rules and guidelines. We have displayed patience so far and we should continue to do so. This is one of the important reasons for India being safer and in a better state than many other countries. This is a long battle but we have started traversing on the path of victory, and victory is our collective resolve.” Also Read – Lockdown 5.0 Guideline Likely by Tomorrow, Shutdown to be Extended by 15 More Days; Here’s How it May Look Like

Referring to the post-COVID world, the prime minister mentioned there’s a widespread debate on how the economies of assorted international locations, together with India’s, will get better. “However, given the way India has surprised the world with its unity and resolve in the fight against coronavirus, there is a firm belief that we will also set an example in economic revival,” Modi asserted. Also Read – Lockdown 5.Zero or Exit Blueprint? Amit Shah Meets PM Modi at 7 Lok Kalyan Marg, Day After Holding Talks With CMs

Pitching for self-reliance, he mentioned it’s the “need of the hour.” “We have to move forward based on our own abilities, in our own way, and there is only one way to do it – Aatmanirbhar Bharat or self-reliant India,” he mentioned.

PM Modi additionally talked about cyclone Amphan, which left West Bengal devastated. “In the last few days, a super cyclone has wreaked havoc in parts of West Bengal and Odisha. Here too, the resilience of the people of these states is noteworthy. Their courage inspires the people of India.”

“In 2019, the people of India voted not merely for continuity but also with a dream of taking India to new heights. A dream of making India a global leader. The decisions taken in the last one year are directed at fulfilling this dream”, the Prime Minister’s letter learn.

“Today, 130 crore folks really feel concerned and built-in in the event trajectory of the nation. The gentle of ‘Jan Shakti‘ and ‘Rashtra Shakti’ has ignited the whole nation. Powered by the Mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas‘ India is marching forward in all spheres”, Modi said in a letter, addressed to the people of India.

Listing some of the achievements of his government, the Prime Minister further said,”Article 370 furthered the spirit of national unity and integration. The Ram Mandir judgment, delivered unanimously by the Honourable Supreme Court of India, brought an amicable end to a debate persisting for centuries. The barbaric practice of Triple Talaq has been confined to the dustbin of history. Amendment to the Citizenship Act was an expression of India’s compassion and spirit of inclusiveness.”

“But there have been many other decisions that have added momentum to the nation’s development trajectory. The creation of the post of the Chief of Defence Staff was a long pending reform that has improved coordination among the armed forces. At the same time, India has stepped up preparations for Mission Gaganyaan”, he asserted.

He added,”Empowering the poor, farmers, ladies and youth has remained our precedence. PM Kisan Samman Nidhi now consists of all farmers. In only one yr, greater than Rs 72,000 crore has been deposited in the accounts of over 9,50,00,000 lakh farmers. The Jal Jeevan Mission will guarantee provide of potable consuming water by means of piped connections to over 15 crore rural households.”

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