/Govt will not tolerate atrocities against women:PM Modi

Govt will not tolerate atrocities against women:PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi aforementioned that the country is aware of the way to teach a lesson to those that ran the business of commercialism terror and kill innocents.

Addressing the Indian diaspora at a mega event titled “Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath” at London’s Central Hall Westminster, Prime Minister Modi said that surgical strike was India’s answer to the terror factory active in India’s neighbourhood.
On recent incidents of rapes of minor women within the country, Prime Minister Modi expressed grief and called it an evil of not just the individual but also of the society.
Terming it as matter of concern, he said, “we always ask our daughters about what they are doing, where they are going. We must ask our sons too. The person who is committing these crimes is also someone’s son. He has a mother too in his house.”
Replying to an answer to a question, PM Modi said that he has no caste or any dynasty. He said that he believes the country is working continuously as a team to realise the dream of a New India.
PM said that people are equivalent to god in a democracy and if they wish, even a tea- seller can become their representative and shake hands with royalty.
He asserted that India has now changed all thanks to the support of 1.25 billion Indians. Addressing the gathering, PM Modi candidly took questions.
He aforementioned individuals have additional expectations from his government as a result of they apprehend that it will deliver.
“People apprehend that after they say one thing, the government will listen and do it.
Days of progressive amendment area unit over,” Prime Minister Modi aforementioned responding to a series of queries anchored by Prasoon Joshi, the Chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification.

On his government’s criticism by opposition parties, PM Modi said his problem is not against criticism.
“To criticize, one has to research and find proper facts.
Sadly, it does not happen now. What happens instead is allegations,” he said. “I want this government to be criticized. Criticism makes democracy strong. Democracy cannot succeed without constructive criticism,” he added.
Noting that there is big difference between ‘then and now ‘, Modi said, “when the policy is clear, intention is clear, and the intentions are noble, then you can achieve
the desired result.” PM Modi said earlier the government was centred around a family but people have shown that in democracy even a tea seller can become their representative and
shake hands at the royal palace.
Responding to a matter, Prime Minister Modi said impatience is not a bad thing.
“If a person has a cycle, a person aspires a scooter.
If an individual includes a scooter, a person aspires a car.
It is natural to aspire. India is getting increasingly aspirational,” he said.
Invoking the daddy of nation, he said that during the freedom struggle Mahatma Gandhi did something very different and he turned the freedom struggle into a mass movement.
“He told one and all that no matter you’re doing can contribute to India’s freedom.
Today, the necessity of the hour is to create development a mass movement,” the premier said.


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