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PM Modi stresses to buy locally-made products to remove unemployment

By wasmulhaq 
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India cannot afford to remain stagnant at this juncture and it has to become self-reliant, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today while urging people to buy locally-made products only.

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He said if people use local goods for the next 25 years, the country will not have to deal with the issue of unemployment.

PM Modi was speaking after unveiling a 108-feet tall statue of Lord Hanuman in Gujarat’s Morbi via video link on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti.

“India cannot afford to remain stagnant today. Whether we are awake or asleep, we cannot continue to stay where we are. The global situation is such that everyone is thinking about how to become “aatmanirbhar” (self-sufficient),” Prime Minister Modi said.

I would request the saints of the country to teach people to only buy local products. “Vocal for local” is the rage.At our homes, we should only use things made by our own people. “Imagine the high number of people who will get employment due to this,” he said.

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“We may like foreign-made goods, but these things do not have the feel of the hard work of our people, the scent of our Mother Earth,” PM Modi said, adding, “In the next 25 years, if we just use local products, there won’t be unemployment for our people.”

The Prime Minister inaugurated the statue of Lord Hanuman at the Ashram of Param Pujya Keshvanand ji’ at Morbi in the Saurashtra region. This is the second of the four statues being set up in the four directions across the country as part of the Hanumanji Char Dham project.

The first statue in the series was set up in the north, in Shimla, in 2010, and work on the statue in the south, at Rameswaram, has also started.

Calling Lord Hanuman an inspiration for all and the one who ensured the right to respect of all the forest-dwelling species and tribals, PM Modi said it is an important thread of Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat.

He said the spirit of Ram Katha, the story of Lord Ram, of which Lord Hanuman is an integral part, unites everyone through devotion to God. “This is the strength of Indian faith, our spirituality, our culture, our tradition,” he said.

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PM Modi said the same spirit connected people from different sections in the pre-Independent era India and helped the country’s resolve to achieve independence.

He said that India’s faith and culture emerge from harmony, equanimity, and inclusivity, adding that Lord Ram set an example of Sabka saath, sabka vishwas (together, with everyone’s trust) by taking all together to accomplish a job, despite himself being competent to do everything on his own.

PM Modi also recalled his past connection to Khokhra Hanuman Dham, where the statue has come up, and said it was a source of inspiration for him.

He said Morbi has also benefited from the development of tourism in Kutch, while mentioning other tourist attractions, like the ropeway at Girnar, which he said has helped people reach the temple located atop a hill.

“India’s innate strength is such that tourism can be developed without doing much,” he said, while emphasising the need to keep pilgrimage sites clean so as to inspire people to do the same.

India’s spiritual leaders provided new strength to India’s independence by creating a spiritual awakening among people before 1857, when India’s struggle for independence started, PM Modi said.

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“The sense of selfless service and devotion that Hanumanji taught will make India strong,” he added.


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