We Cannot deal covid-19 without self-sufficient: Prime Minister Modi
New Delhi: We Cannot deal covid-19 without self-sufficient: Prime Minister Modi said today to the people of India . PM said Otherwise we will not be able to deal with such a problem. The village, the district and the state should be self-sufficient at their own level for their basic needs. As a result, the whole country can become self-sufficient. “It simply came to our notice then. Today, on the occasion of Panchayati Raj Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a video conference with the country’s sarpanches,” he said.
At the beginning of the conference, Prime Minister Modi said that the coronavirus epidemic has changed the way the world works. We used to talk face to face, but today we are talking through video conferencing because of coronaviruses.
He added that there were times when there were broadband connections in less than 400 panchayats across the country. Now 1. Broadband connections have already reached more than 2.5 million village panchayats. Not only that, the number of Common Service Centers in the villages has exceeded three lakh.
The world also knows how people living in the country’s villages are learning from their reforms, their traditions, during the Cronavirus crisis. The updates from the villages are also inspiring for the great scholars. For the sake of secular distance, the villagers have given the mantra to the world – ‘two yards of distance’. The village is paying close attention to this mantra.
Such a big crisis has come, such a big global epidemic has come, but in these two or three months we have also seen that the citizens of India are coping with it instead of giving in to various kinds of misfortunes within limited resources. It is true that there are obstacles, problems, but, with the power of determination, moving forward with new energy, exploring new ways, working tirelessly to save the country and advance the country.
Panchayati Raj Minister Narendra Singh Tomar was also present at the video conference with the Prime Minister. On the occasion, the Prime Minister inaugurated the e-village Swaraj portal ‘Swamitva’ and a mobile application.