Bengaluru, Sep 25: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday unveiled his eight-point vision to make India a model nation in the 21st century.
Modi spoke about his grand plans for the country at a BJP rally on the eve of Deen Dayal Upadhyay's birth anniversary, hosted in Kozhikode, Kerala.
The Prime Minister's eight-point dream is:
- Garibi se mukt, Samriththi se yukt (free from poverty, full of prosperity)
- Bhedbhav se mukt, Samanta se yukt (free from discrimination, filled with equality
- Anyay se mukt, Nyay se yukt (free from injustices, ensconced in justice)
- Gandagi se mukt, Swachchhta se yukt (free from squalor, covered with cleanliness)
- Bhrashtachar se mukt, Pardarshita se yukt (free from corruption, complete with transparency)
- Berozgari se mukt, Rozgari se yukt (free from unemployment, enriched with employment)
- Mahila utpidan se mukt, Stree samman se yukt (free from atrocities against women, full with respect for women)
- Nirasha se mukt, Asha se yukt (free from despondency, full of hope)
- Modi listed his and his party's plans at Kozhikode, where top BJP cadres have assembled for BJP's three-day-long National Council meeting.
The Prime Minister also spoke about Uri terror attack, where 18 Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistan-sponsored terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. Modi blamed Pakistan for exporting terror across the globe. He added India would not forget the sacrifices made by the soldiers, who died defending the nation.