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Independence Day 2023: PM Modi ensures to be the PM of india for the 3rd consecutive term

By 2047 India will be fully developed country

August 15th, 2023: On the day of celebrating 77th independence day of india, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday set the tone for Lok Sabha election 2024 with a massive hint that BJP will back in power next year. During his Independence Day 2023 address from Red Fort, PM Modi made a massive claim stating, “I will give an account of country’s achievements on next August 15 from Red Fort”

“The next five years are for unprecedented development. The biggest golden moment to realise the dream of 2047 is the next five years. The next time, on August 15, I will present before you the achievements and developments of the country from this Red Fort,” PM Modi added.


This year, it was PM Modi’s 10th Independence Day speech from Red Fort and also his last one ahead of 2024 polls.

PM Modi attacks Gandhi family

Taking a veiled attack at the Gandhi family, the prime minister called on the people to get rid of corruption, nepotism and appeasement. He said that corruption and appeasement politics have damaged the country and noted that political parties who believe in dynastic politics have one mantra – “party of the family, by the family and for the family”.

“I firmly believe that when the country will celebrate 100 years of freedom in 2047, the country would be a developed India. I say this on the basis of the capability of my country and available resources. But the need of the hour is to fight three evils – corruption, dynasty and appeasement,” he added.

PM Modi changes tone of Independence Day address

During his 77th Independence Day address, PM Modi altered his usual salutation to the citizens of India.

Departing from the customary “my fellow citizens” and “my beloved brothers and sisters,” he adopted a more personal tone by referring to the nation’s populace as “my beloved 140 crore family members.”

Throughout the speech, he referred to the people of the country as “parivaarjan (family members)”.

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