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The mantra of New India is- Compete and Conque

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 25th National Youth Festival in Puducherry through video conferencing on 12 January. January 12 is the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, this day is celebrated as National Youth Day. During the program Prime Minister Modi unveiled selected essays on “India of my dreams” and “Unknown hero of the Indian independence movement”. The Prime Minister also inaugurated a Technology Center of the Ministry of MSME in Puducherry, which has been built with an investment of about Rs 122 crore. Prime Minister Modi also inaugurated Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Manimandapam, an open-air theater auditorium built by the Puducherry government at a cost of about Rs 23 crore.
The Prime Minister appreciated that today the youth of India are writing the story of global prosperity. The Indian youth is a force to be reckoned with in the unicorn ecosystem all over the world. India today has a strong ecosystem of more than 50 thousand start-ups. Of these, more than 10 thousand start-ups came to the fore amid the challenge of the pandemic. The Prime Minister gave the mantra of New India – compete and win, that is, unite and win the war. The Prime Minister cited the youth’s performance in the Olympics and Paralympics and in the immunization campaign as an example of the youth’s sense of responsibility and the will to win.
Speaking about the youthful identity of this ancient country, Prime Minister Modi said that today the world looks at India with a hope and faith. Because the people of India are also young and the mind of India is also young. India is younger than its potential and younger than its dreams. India is young in its thinking and also young in its consciousness. He said that the thinking and philosophy of India has always accepted change and there is modernity in its antiquity. The Prime Minister said that the youth of the country have always come forward in times of need. Whenever there is division in the national consciousness, youths like Shankar come forward and unite the country in the form of Adi Shankaracharya. The sacrifices of youth like Sahibzade of Guru Gobind Singh ji guide us even today in the times of atrocities. When India needed sacrifice for its independence, young revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad and Netaji Subhash came forward to dedicate their lives for the country. The Prime Minister said that whenever the country needed spiritual upliftment, sages like Aurobindo and Subramania Bharati come to the fore.
Prime Minister Modi said that the young generation that was there at the time of independence did not take a moment to sacrifice everything for the country. But today’s youth has to live to fulfill the dreams of our freedom fighters for the country. He said that the youth has that ability, that ability that he does not carry the burden of old stereotypes, he knows how to shake them. This youth can evolve himself, society, according to new challenges, new demands, can create new ones. The Prime Minister said that the youth of today are imbued with the spirit of ‘I can do’, which is a source of inspiration for every generation.
The Prime Minister said that we have had many such fighters in the freedom struggle, whose contribution did not get the recognition that they deserved. He said that the more our youth write, research about such persons, the more awareness will increase in the coming generations of the country. He called upon the youth to raise their voice in favor of cleanliness campaign and contribute in it.

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