PM Narendra Modi Invites Inputs For His Independence Day 2019 Speech, Here's How To Contribute

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday invited suggestions from people for his Independence Day speech, saying it will allow thoughts of the common man to be heard by the entire nation. For the past four years

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday invited suggestions from people for his Independence Day speech, saying it will allow thoughts of the common man to be heard by the entire nation. For the past four years, Modi has directly invited ideas and suggestions from people for his Independence Day speech which is made from the ramparts of Red Fort.

I am delighted to invite you all to share your valuable inputs for my speech on 15th August," he tweeted. An 'open forum' has been created on the NaMo App to receive suggestions. "Let your thoughts be heard by 130 crore Indians from the ramparts of the Red Fort," he said, adding that this time one can directly send the inputs on the open forum on NaMo app. This will be Modi's first Independence Day speech after he returned to power with a massive majority in the Lok Sabha elections held a few months ago. He had won from his seat of Varanasi for the second time 

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Here is the link for the sending inputs for PM Modi's I-Day speech.

During his speech in 2018 on Independence Day, i.e August 15, 2018 when the country celebrated its 72nd Independence Day, he had spoken hailing Indian Army, Women power and the citizens who have brought laurels for the country. He had also listed the achievements of the country, filling the heart of the Nation surge with pride. He had also shared his vision for the country.

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(With PTI inputs)

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