Amid BBC documentary row, PM Modi cautions against attempts to create divisions in country
New Delhi, January 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has strongly cautioned against efforts to sow differences and create chasms among the people of the country.
According to the press release, Modi spoke at a rally of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) at the Cariappa Ground in Delhi Cantonment, saying that the mantra of unity was the only way for India to achieve grandeur.
"Despite such efforts, there will never be differences among the people of India." 'Maa ke doodh main kabhi darar nahi ho sakti,' he said.
"For this mantra of Unity is the ultimate antidote. The Mantra of Unity is a pledge as well as India's strength. This is the only way India will achieve grandeur" PM Modi stated.
The Prime Minister stated that it is not just India's Amrit Kaal, but the Amrit Kaal of India's youth, and that when the country celebrates 100 years of independence, it will be the youth who will be at the pinnacle of success. "We must seize every opportunity and keep moving forward with the determination to take India to new heights," Modi concluded.
The Prime Minister noted that both India and the NCC are celebrating their 75th anniversaries this year and praised those who have contributed to nation-building by leading and being a part of the NCC.