PM Narendra Modi’s address to the nation on 74th Independence Day

15 august live
15 august live

PM Narendra Modi’s address to the nation on 74th Independence Day:All eyes will be on the Red Fort on August 15 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation on the 74th Independence Day.

The speech will be broadcast live by the national public broadcaster Doordarshan. The Independence Day speech is expected to begin at 7:30 am after hoisting the national flag.

The PM’s address will also be live-streamed on the Press Information Bureau (PIB) YouTube channel, whose link is given here.

PM Narendra Modi's address to the nation on 74th Independence Day
PM Narendra Modi’s address to the nation on 74th Independence Day

It can also be viewed on the PIB India Twitter page.

PM Narendra Modi’s address to the nation on 74th Independence Day

This will be Modi’s seventh Independence Day speech from the Red Fort. 

A report by Livemint said that Modi is expected to touch on many achievements of the government in his speech.

The report quoted government officials as saying that the government’s role in managing the COVID-19 epidemic, measures to revive the economy and the new National Education Policy 2020 are expected to be included.

One of the officials said that the Prime Minister could talk about the possible launch of an indigenous coronavirus vaccine or the purchase of other developed and manufactured vaccines.

Another official said that Modi’s speech can emphasize ‘articulate for the local people’ to promote local creation and employment generation.

According to an Economic Times report, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh recently said that there is a possibility of announcing a new framework for Modi as well as the Atmanibar campaign.

During last year’s speech, Modi talked about the idea of ​​’ation one nation, one constitution’ in view of the abolition of Articles 370 and 35A. He had also announced the development of the Water Life Mission and to enhance the country’s infrastructure.

Modi announced an investment of Rs 100 lakh crore for the development of modern infrastructure. Modi also added that reforms would continue to break India into the top 50 countries in the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ rankings and indicated that the central government’s policy on population control may be on the cards.