Highlights of President’s speech in the parliament

By Sarkaritel June 9, 2014 19:32

Highlights of President’s speech in the parliament

* We should not forget we are here because of the fellow citizens. Serving them should be our priority.

* By successively electing a woman speaker, the Lok Sabha has re-affirmed our age old belief in the importance of women in society.

* People have voted for a united strong and modern India – “Ek Bharat-Shrestha Bharat”.

* My government pledges to the principle of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas”.

* The mantra of “minimum government, maximum governance”.

* Government will not be satisfied with “poverty alleviation” but commit to goal of “poverty elimination”.

* The launch of “Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana” with the motto of “Har Khet ko Paani”.

* My government will strive to transition from “youth development to youth-led development”.

* “Har Haath Ko Hunar” government will strive to break the barriers between formal education and skill development.

* Open online courses and virtual classroom to nurture youth with right kind of kind.

* Holistic healthcare system that is “universally accessible, affordable and effective”.

* Commitment of “Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao” mass campaign for saving the girl child.

* Policy of zero tolerance of violence against women.

* The backbone of my government’s new ways of working will be a “Digital India”.

* We need to transform ourselves into globally competitive manufacturing hub powered by “Skill, Scale and Speed.”

* 75 years of its independence every family will have a pucca house with water connection, toilet facilities.

* Government to transform “Employment Exchanges into Career Centres”.

* Launch of “Diamond Quadrilateral Project of high-speed trains”.

* Policy of zero tolerance towards terrorism, extremism, riots and crime will be pursued.

* Forest clearances system to be made more predictable, transparent and time-bound.

* National Mission on Himalayas to be launched.

* To launch E-Bhasha for developing digital vernacular content and dissemination of classical literature.

* Liberalised FDI in defense production to be included.

* National Maritime Authority to recognise the importance of coastal security.

* National War Memorial to honour the gallantry of our soldiers.

* To revitalise SAARC as an effective instrument for regional co-operation.

* Reviving “brand INDIA” with 5 T’s – Tradition, Talent, Tourism, Trade and Technology.

* Indian Diaspora a great source of pride for us.

* With three D’s of Democracy, Demography and Demand, India is poised to actualise the aspirations.

By Sarkaritel June 9, 2014 19:32

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