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Farmers Playing Major Role In Building Aatmanirbhar Bharat: PM Modi

New Delhi: Lauding farmers for strengthening the nation’s agriculture sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stated the farm sector is taking part in a serious position in efforts to construct a self-reliant India.

He additionally stated if the essence of Mahatma Gandhi’s financial philosophy was adopted, there wouldn’t have been any want for the ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat‘ marketing campaign as India would have change into self-reliant a lot earlier.

Talking on varied points throughout his month-to-month ‘Mann Ki Baat’ broadcast, Modi stated many farmers benefitted after fruits, greens had been introduced out of APMC Act in some states a number of years in the past.

Our agriculture sector has proven its prowess through the COVID-19 pandemic and farmers are taking part in a serious position in efforts to construct a self-reliant India, he stated.

Speaking about varied success tales of farmer teams throughout states, Modi additionally stated the agriculture sector will profit immensely with higher use of expertise in farming.

The prime minister started his month-to-month broadcast by speaking about storytelling, saying it has been part of our nation for hundreds of years.

“Storytelling is as old as civilisation…These days, stories relating to science are gaining popularity,” Modi stated.

He stated many individuals are making storytelling well-liked throughout the nation and underlined that India has an excellent custom of storytelling.

He additionally interacted with members of the Bangalore Storytelling Society.

Modi additionally requested all households to put aside a while for storytelling and stated it will likely be a beautiful expertise for them.

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