New Year 2020: PM Modi retweeted this song
New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) said that in the year 2020, efforts will be made to create change in India and strengthen the lives of 130 crore Indians with people. The Prime Minister retweeted the Twitter account Namo 2.0, in which a video titled ‘Song of the Year 2020’ has been released. He described this song as a beautiful collection in his tweet.
Efforts will be made to empower Indians
It is worth noting that the Twitter account Namo 2.0 released a video of the year 2020 song asking ‘Hope you Narendra Modi might have liked it’. In this song, the achievements of the government in 2019 are mentioned and the goals of the government in the year 2020 are also mentioned.
Covers quite a lot of the progress we achieved in 2019.
Here is hoping 2020 marks the continuation of people powered efforts to transform India and empower the lives of 130 crore Indians. https://t.co/HHghJe0owW
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 31, 2019
PM said this for the youth
The Prime Minister had also mentioned in the ‘Mann Ki Baat’, mentioning the resolution and fulfillment of the new year, that we should walk with full devotion to the efforts of 130 crore countrymen, their strength and resolve. On thanking the Twitter user for mentioning Ganitacharya Madhav in ‘Mann Ki Baat’, the Prime Minister said, ‘It is a matter of pride for all of us Indians to know about our rich heritage.
It is noteworthy that Modi said in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ that in the fourteenth-fifteenth century, Madhava of Sangam village in Kerala used calculus to calculate the position of planets present in the universe. The Prime Minister said in another tweet, ‘Young India is talented and bright. We are happy to do whatever we can to create an environment in which youth can move forward, innovate and become happier.