Daily Dictation (Latest Prime Minister Speech
important for all exams)
Daily Dictation (Latest Prime Minister Speech important for all exams)
I am delighted to be here in Kanyakumari.
I begin by paying homage to respected Amma, Jayalalithaa Ji.
Her good work for the people of Tamil Nadu will be remembered for generations.
I am happy that the Tamil Nadu government is working hard to fulfill her development vision.
I am proud that India’s first woman Defence Minister Nirmala Ji is from Tamil Nadu.
Every Indian is proud that the brave Wing Commander Abhinandan belongs to Tamil Nadu.
I would also like to congratulate the Vivekananda Kendra on being conferred the Gandhi Peace Prize a few days ago.
The community service efforts of the Kendra are commendable and inspiring.
A short while ago, we inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for several development works related to roads, railways and highways.
I have flagged off the fastest train, Tejas between Madurai and Chennai.
This is one of the most modern trains and is a great example of ‘Make in India’ having been manufactured in the Integral Coach Factory of Chennai itself.
The foundation stone of a railway line between Rameshwaram and Dhanushkodi has also been laid today.
This line got damaged after the disaster of 1964 but for over fifty years, no attention was paid to this line.
But, better late than never!
You would be happy that the new Pamban rail bridge is going to be constructed now.
Today India is the fastest growing large economy in the world.
India is creating next generation infrastructure at a record pace.
We are among the nations with the largest start-up eco-system.
India is also home to the largest healthcare programme in the world- Ayushman Bharat.
India of the 21st century has to work with speed and scale, which is what the NDA Government is doing.
Just last Sunday, the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi that was announced in this year’s Budget was launched.
Under this scheme, farmers having up to five acres of land would be given a monetary support of six thousand rupees per year from the Central Government in three instalments.
Over 1.1 crore farmers have already got their first instalment directly in their bank accounts.
Can you imagine, a scheme announced on first February has become a reality in the same month itself.
We worked twenty-four hours non-stop to ensure the scheme is rolled out in twenty-four days.