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PM Modi: Confidence Of Indian Youth Driving Nation Forward

PM Modi, addressing the Indian diaspora in Moscow, emphasized the confidence of Indian youth as the nation’s greatest asset. During his speech on Tuesday, PM Modi highlighted the importance of self-belief and self-confidence as the first steps towards achieving success. “Before 2014, we were in the depths of despair. But today, the country is full […]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

PM Modi, addressing the Indian diaspora in Moscow, emphasized the confidence of Indian youth as the nation’s greatest asset. During his speech on Tuesday, PM Modi highlighted the importance of self-belief and self-confidence as the first steps towards achieving success.

“Before 2014, we were in the depths of despair. But today, the country is full of confidence. And this is the biggest asset of Hindustan,” PM Modi said, taking a subtle jibe at the previous Congress-led government. He emphasized the transformative power of India’s 140 crore citizens, who are united in their dream of a developed India, or ‘Viksit Bharat.’ “India is changing because it believes in the strength of its 140 crore citizens to usher in development.


All citizens dream of a developed India,” the Prime Minister stated. He underscored India’s role on the global stage, portraying the country as a source of stability and prosperity in the emerging multipolar world order.

“India is reviving the world’s confidence today as a friend to the world. The world now looks to India for peace and prosperity as its capabilities continue to rise. The new, emerging multipolar world order is expected to have India as a strong pillar,” he continued. Citing the Indian cricket team’s victory in the T20 World Cup, PM Modi illustrated the tenacity and spirit of Indian youth. “The victory lay in not giving up until the last ball. That is the representation of today’s youth.

It’s not like the story ends with the game. Only the unwavering attain victory,” he declared. “Victory’s journey is just as important as the actual tale of winning the World Cup.” Today’s youth of India does not accept defeat till the last ball and the last moment,” he added. This address marked the first time PM Modi spoke to the Indian diaspora since being re-elected for a third term last month. His speech aimed to inspire confidence and pride among Indians both at home and abroad, reinforcing the nation’s commitment to development and global cooperation.

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