In his speech on Monday, Modi said, “To this day, we always remember our venerable Lal Bahadur Shastri ji for his clearly inspirational call to ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’. , which means ‘Hail the soldier, praise the farmer’. Then Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji added a new link as ‘Jai Vigyan’ which means ‘hail science’ and we took it seriously. But in this new phase of Amrit Kaal it is now imperative to add ‘Jai Anllionshaan’ which is ‘innovation’. ”
Modi said he has restored absolute faith in the youth of the nation. “Witness the power of indigenous creations. Today, we have many success stories to show the world – UPI-BHIM, our digital payments, our compelling position in the fintech (financial technology) sector. Today around the world, 40% of real-time digital financial transactions are happening in my country. The Prime Minister said, India has shown its innovation power to the world.
However, the Congress called the slogan a gimmick. In a short video clip titled ‘Jumla vs Hakeekat’ (Gimmick vs Reality), the main opposition party refuted the government’s claims in all four areas.
The parliament, while posting a photo of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, said that the truth in the case of servicemen (soldiers) is that there is no job guarantee for Agniveers after four years of service.
The short-term recruitment plan to the armed forces was met with extreme weather earlier this year with youth protests in different parts of the country, especially in Bihar. They asked for permanent employment as Agniveers instead of for four years Agnipath program is offered.
In the case of the kisan (farmer), Congress alleges that the Modi government has not given any guarantee on the minimum support price (MSP). It posted a photo of agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar to level the allegations.
Farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh have been protesting at three Delhi borders for a year against three farm reform laws that were eventually withdrawn by the Modi government.
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Congress criticized the government for ignoring vigyan (science). With a photograph of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, the opposition party alleges that the Modi government has cut the budget of the science and technology ministry by 3.9%.
While Modi has added thousands ofhaan (innovation) to the slogan ‘Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan’, Parliament alleges that it is just lip service.
The party said, “GST (Goods and Services Tax) on scientific equipment needed for research has been increased from 5% to 18%.”
Right after afternoon Modi‘S Independence Day Speaking on Monday, Congress criticized him, especially for his remarks about corruption and autocracy.