Perpetrators of Uri attack will be punished: PM Modi

RSTV Bureau
Jammu: BSF personnel keeping a tight vigil at the International Border. Photo - PTI

Jammu: BSF personnel keeping a tight vigil at the International Border.
Photo – PTI

Making a reference to the terrorist attack on Indian Army base in Uri on his monthly radio address Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister said that perpetrators of these attacks will be punished for sure.

“There is anger in the country. The perpetrators of these attacks will be punished for sure. We have full confidence in Indian Army and are proud of them. While politicians speak, military shows bravery. We are proud of our army,” said PM

Speaking on the second anniversary of the radio program, Prime Minister talked about the people of Jammu & Kashmir and said people want their life to get back on track and they have started to recognise elements that oppose our country.

“I appreciate the efforts by young Harshvardhan. He wrote to me after the attacks, said he was troubled by the attack. He said he will study three extra hours, become an ideal citizen and serve the nation,” said PM

PM Narendra Modi at BJP National Executive Meet in Kozhikode Photo-PTI

PM Narendra Modi at BJP National Executive Meet in Kozhikode
Photo-PTI

Prime Minister also spoke of the issues mentioned by citizens on his ‘Narendra Modi App’ and said that many have urged him to talk about Paralympics where India had registered remarkable records by winning medals.

“These medal winners like Deepa Malik and Devendra Jhajharia have made the whole country proud. I came to know that some of these paralympians equalled and sometimes broke the records held by normal athletes. I want to tell the country through the ‘Mann ki Baat’ that my government will empower these paralympians,” said Modi.

On the completion of two years of NDA governments ambitious initiative ‘ Swachh Bharat,’ Prime Minister said that government has built 2.48 crore toilets in the rural areas in past two years and is planning to build  1.5 Crore more by 2017. He has invited the youth to take part in Swachh mission on 2nd October this year

“On 2nd October this year, you all can join cleanliness drive. You can devote 2-4 hours for it,” said the Prime Minister.

As part of Swachh Bharat Mission, the central government has decided to organise a week-long cleanliness drive across the country from September 25.

As part of the initiative, the Ministry of Urban Development and Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation will also organise a day-long India Sanitation Conference (INDOSAN-2016) on September 30.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate INDOSAN which will be attended by Chief Ministers, Ministers In-charge of Urban Development and Sanitation, senior officials, collectors among others,” said the statement.

The Prime Minister will also felicitate best performers in 11 different categories for their spirited campaign towards ensuring cleanliness.