- Addresses the concluding session of the National Youth Parliament Festival
- Said, “dynasty disease” is not completely finished yet
- The responsibility of making the country self-reliant is on the shoulders of the youth
Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed political dynasty politics as the “biggest enemy” of democracy and appealed to the youth to come into politics, calling for it to be uprooted. Addressing the concluding session of the second National Youth Parliament Festival, he said that the task of taking the country to new heights and making it self-reliant is on the shoulders of the youth of the country. PM Modi Said, “The biggest enemy of democracy is political dynasty.” This is such a challenge before the country, which has to be uprooted. Now the days of those who won elections with the help of ‘surname’ are over.
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The Prime Minister said that the “disease of dynasty” in politics is not yet completely finished and there are still people whose goal is to save their family in politics and politics. He said, “Political dynasty reinforces the feeling of ‘I and my family’ rather than ‘country first'”. This is also a major cause of political and social corruption in India. “On the occasion of National Youth Day, the Prime Minister called upon the youth to come into politics and contribute to take India to new heights and make the country self-reliant. He said, “The task of changing this situation (dynasty) is on the awareness of the country. The younger generation of the country is on. You should come in politics in maximum numbers. Take part quickly. Proceed with the thought of passing something. Until normal youth of the country does not come into politics, dynasty will continue to weaken our democracy. To save the democracy of this country, it is necessary for you to come into politics.
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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju were also present on the occasion. National Youth Festival is celebrated every year from 12 to 16 January. January 12 is the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, it is celebrated as National Youth Day. This year, along with the National Youth Festival, the National Youth Parliament Festival is also being organized. The objective of the National Youth Festival is to bring forth the talent of the youth of the country and provide them a platform to showcase their talent.
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