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PM Modi invites inputs from citizens for Independence Day speech

WebdeskJul 31, 2021, 12:14 PM IST

PM Modi invites inputs from citizens for Independence Day speech

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday has requested citizens to share their inputs for his Independence Day speech on August 15. He also added that their thoughts will reverberate from the ramparts of the Red Fort.

 

In a tweet, he asked people to provide their inputs on MyGov, a citizen engagement platform.

 

The portal noted that the prime minister in his Independence Day speech lays out the government's programmes and policies, and Modi over the last few years has directly invited ideas and suggestions from citizens.

 

It added, "Similarly, this year too the Prime Minister invites citizens to contribute their inputs for New India. So, now you have the opportunity to tell your ideas, give word to your suggestions and crystallize your vision. PM Narendra Modi will pick up some of the ideas in his speech on 15th August."

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