Travel, explore and share your experiences with us at #IncredibleIndia: PM Modi
PM Modi, in his stated that the idea behind this request is encourage the youth to find their limits beyond the limits and to do something out of the box. "I want the future generation to learn new things, explore new places of the country, learn new skills and do something for the people of the country
New Delhi: To encourage tourism in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now provided a platform to the travelling enthusiast to share their experiences with the government on social media.
The Prime Minister, in his Mann ki Baat, has asked the travelers to visit as many places of the country and share their experiences and photographs on micro blogging site Twitter with a hashtag of Incredible India.
PM Modi, in his stated that the idea behind this request is encourage the youth to find their limits beyond the limits and to do something out of the box. "I want the future generation to learn new things, explore new places of the country, learn new skills and do something for the people of the country.
What The Prime Minister said?
- My young friends, make these holidays about new experiences, new skills and new places.
- These holidays, make it about new experiences, go out of your comfort zone.
- I am sure there is so much to learn and people have so much to teach. These must meet new skills must be taught and learnt.
- Do some thing out of the box. India is full of diversities. Try learning a language or teach your own dialect to the people in other parts of the country.
- Pursue sports in the holidays. Also go play with children of nearby areas.
- I request you to share all your travelling experiences through photographs and texts with #IncredibleIndia on Twitter.
Prime Minister's Idea of a modern India-- EPI
While he mentioned a phone call that appreciated the step of government regarding removal of red beacons from the vehicles, PM Modi said that this era cannot work on the concept of VIP culture.
The pm said that gone are the days when people had to wait for ministers and other big names, every person in modern India is a VIP in himself/herself. "New India is not about VIP. It is about EPI- every person is important, said the Prime Minister.
He also said, "Removing red beacons on the car is one thing. We are ensuring the VIP culture is removed from the minds of the select few 'VIPs'."
What else the PM said in Mann Ki Baat?
- I urge my young friends to get more and more people of the BHIM App during these holidays.
- We are happy to mark 1000th Jayanti of Shri Ramanujacharya. He contributed immensely to society and social equality.
- When people mark Labour Day on 1st May, we remember Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and his role for the welfare of workers.
- Let us devote ourselves towards a transformed India
The Prime Minister also announced that he will be visiting Sri Lanka next week. "I am glad to be joining the Vesak Day celebrations in Sri Lanka, where I will interact with leading Buddhist scholars," stated PM Modi.