“PM Modi’s’sankalps’ from Kanyakumari Bharat’s next quantum leap to glory”

A number of ministers have hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for devoting the next 25 years to building a solid foundation for the next generation and achieving a “Viksit Bharat” (developed India) by 2047, calling the remarks “inspirational” and a “beacon of wisdom for all ages.” The call has received a tremendous response from all across the country.

Following his June 1 return trip from Kanyakumari to Delhi, Prime Minister Modi wrote a blog post and revealed “new sankalps from the Sadhana in Kanyakumari” on Monday.

The twenty-first century is looking with great optimism towards Bharat. Additionally, in order to advance the global situation, we will need to make a number of improvements. Additionally, we must reconsider how we have traditionally approached reform. Bharat cannot restrict reform to only financial changes. We have to keep going in the direction of change in every area of our lives. The Prime Minister stated, “Our reforms should also be in line with the goals of a ‘Viksit Bharat’ by 2047.

He said that work must be done fast in all four directions—speed, size, scope, and standards—in order to meet the intended objectives.

To find out more about Bharat’s next enormous leap towards glory, Home Minister Amit Shah asked everyone to read the PM’s blog.

“Our work will elevate Bharat to new heights by laying a solid foundation for the next generation. To discover more about Bharat’s next big leap towards grandeur, read PM Narendra Modi Ji’s blog. New year’s resolution for India,” he wrote on X.

According to S. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs, Prime Minister Modi has not only outlined the path to Viksit Bharat but also highlighted its greater global relevance.

“We are all encouraged to work for the progress and development of the country by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s observations after the elections. He emphasizes the trip’s greater worldwide relevance while outlining the path to Viksit Bharat,” he said on X.

Hardeep Singh Puri, the Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs, said that PM Modi’s vision would propel India to unprecedented heights.

“As India’s Modi Decade resonates across the world and we prepare to usher a new era under the landmark leadership of PM Narendra Modi Ji, this letter written by PM Modi Ji on his way from Kanyakumari to Delhi calls for dedicating the next 25 years solely for the nation to create a strong foundation for the coming generations and the coming centuries, taking Bharat to new heights,” he stated.

Puri said that many nations all over the globe are now using India’s governance approach as a model.

“PM Modi Ji writes how our efforts, from empowering the poor to last-mile delivery, have inspired the world by prioritising individuals standing at the last rung of society, with the success of Bharat’s Digital India campaign how whole world is witnessing and studying the democratisation of technology, and major global institutions are advising many countries to adopt elements from our model and how Bharat’s progress and rise are not just a significant opportunity for Bharat alone, but also a historic opportunity for all our partner countries around the world,” he stated.

The minister said that everyone had to advance “without wasting a single moment” toward bigger responsibilities and objectives.

Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, praised PM Modi’s ideas, stating that they are a source of knowledge for people of all ages.

“Kanyakumari has been reminding people of the unity and oneness ingrained in the depths of the world since the time of Swami Vivekananda Ji. After completing a spiritual retreat at Kanyakumari at Maa Bharti’s feet, PM Shri Narendra Modi Ji’s observations are a source of knowledge for people of all ages, he wrote on X.

Following his reading of PM Modi’s letter, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said he was “motivated and inspired”.

“His words and vision are a new sankalp for Bharat that will awaken our youthful nation to march towards a prosperous future that we will build together,” Goyal added.

He went on to say that if Swami Vivekananda’s vision of Bharat, which led to India’s independence, aroused the culture, PM Modi is now reawakening the country’s latent energy to realize the goal of a “Viksit Bharat.”

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