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Uniting for Bharat – A Call by Na Mo From Karadala

February 3, 2014

Uniting for India – a call by NaMo
Devoting ourselves to the cause of nation

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A man with an incredible potential, NaMo addressed Yuva Sammelan at Himmatnagar, and raised the significance of skilled youth power in the 21st century. Considering the fact that nearly 65 per cent of the population of India was below 35 years of age, he believes that the youth will take our nation to newer heights. He said, “Now is the time to give the Indians wings to fly, harnessing their talent and by guiding them and showing them the right direction, we could make them globally competent.”

Shri Narendra Modi also said that, “sooner we did this, the better it would be for the Nation, as imparting skill to the youth would also contribute towards strengthening the financial prowess of the country.” He acknowledged and appreciated the series of programmes on unity and India’s rich cultural heritage put forth by the youth, as a part of the celebrations.

This versatile personality believes in the ability of the self- made Indians who would not only change India but also World at large. It’s an hour to unite thereby empowering every single Indian with the opportunity to break free from the chains of poverty and build his own success story of progress and prosperity.

Our nation is blessed with the rich heritage, unimaginable wealth and has always overcome the challenges and emerged as a strong identity. Indian culture has inspired to understand the importance of mother’s power in the world and its role in the development of human society. The Indian mother-power has made an unmatched contribution in protecting the values of family system and culture. Let’s come together and bring a notable positive difference in revolutionizing and awakening the society in today’s changing time. Hence devote ourselves to the cause of nation building with the mantra of ‘India First’. And together build a nation that once again redefines the story of mankind.


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