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Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s last speech from Red Fort, India

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s last speech from Red Fort, India

The health of the country’s popular and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is constantly getting worse, he is admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi. The whole country considers Atal ji to be one of the best Prime ministers of all time and always remembers the deeds done by him for the country. Atal ji gave his final speech on 15th August 2003 from the ramparts of the Red Fort, the main part of his speech is in this way.

Congratulations to farmers for fighting drought

Last year, in the country, we have given great help to all the drought-hit areas and sent sufficient amendments, congratulating the farmers who hardly filled the country’s food reserves, today India’s economy has become the fourth largest economy in the world. Congratulations to all, scientists, teachers, writers and artists and children for this.

The first work for the security of the country was Parmanu testing

Congratulations to all the Indians, they have made remarkable contributions in enhancing India’s reputation in the world. We are proud of them. We had seen the dream of this great India in the struggle for independence, something has happened and there is something to be done, the security of the nation is paramount for us. That is why the first work our government did five years ago was the Nuclear test. Need to make India more powerful financially and socially.

Invitation to walk with Pakistan on the path of peace

Our foreign policy has increased India’s reputation in the world in 5 years, some progress has been made in recent years in relations with Pakistan, but activities are still continuing. I have been saying to our friends of Pakistan that 50 years have passed since we have been fighting and how much blood is left to be given? On the occasion of Independence Day, I invite Pakistan to join the path of peace.

Independent elections in Kashmir

Independent elections have once again proved that the people of Kashmir have turned down the border crossing. Jumu-Kashmir can be resolved through talks only.

India is now lending to borrowers

Foreign exchange reserves cross $ 100 billion. The progress made by the country in the last few years has given me new hope and confidence, borrowing India today is lending, India always suffered a shortage of foreign currency, India has earned $ 100 billion foreign currency today. There is no shortage of prices of things needed and there is no shortage in the market, poverty is declining and we have the determination to reduce rapidly.

Recruitment of 2.5 lakh teachers

Now any child, especially girls will no longer be deprived of primary education, 2.5 lakh teachers will be appointed this year under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. The program to give lunch to the children upto primary school is going on in some states and now it has decided to run it all over the country. Later, it will be implemented for students upto the 10th standard. This National Program will run in the name of Akshay Patra. 

By 2020 India will become a developed nation

Dear countrymen Today, the country is at a turning point, from where the country can take a long leap, India is gaining strength in the country to achieve bigger efforts to make India a developed nation by 2020. Turning back to the chase, India is moving forward by facing major problems.

Awareness for the strength and protection of minorities

India is a multi-religious country and discrimination on the basis of religion is against our nature and culture. We always have to be aware of the protection of minorities and their well-being.

6 AIIMS will be opened in backward states

I know the problems faced by the lack of good hospitals in the backward states of the country, so 6 hospitals with facilities like Delhi’s AIIMS will be opened in the backward states of the country during the next 3 years.

Good results of peace wart in the northeast

Good results of peace talks are coming out in the north-eastern states. The handful of gunmen now want to get involved in the development. The government is ready to welcome them.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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