JEE-NEET aspirants wanted the PM do ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ but the PM did Khilone Pe Charcha Rahul Gandhi

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JEE-NEET aspirants wanted the PM do ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ but the PM did Khilone Pe Charcha Rahul Gandhi


JEE-NEET aspirants wanted the PM do ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ but the PM did ‘Khilone Pe Charcha’. Rahul Gandhi’s target on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mind, said – Students want discussion on examination, not toys. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Mann ki baat on the last Sunday of August. During this time, the PM said that the country’s toy industry should also move forward and cooperate in becoming a self-reliant India. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has commented on this call of the Prime Minister. Rahul said that while referring to the problem of JEE-NEET candidates, he said, ‘Students should want discussion on exams’. Rahul also targeted the Prime Minister’s call in which he appealed to toy traders, entrepreneurs to come forward.

JEE-NEET aspirants wanted the PM do ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ but the PM did Khilone Pe Charcha Rahul Gandhi

In the matter of mind, PM said that the Prime Minister said that the global toy industry is more than seven lakh crore rupees, but India’s share in it is very less, we have to work towards increasing it.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on start-up entrepreneurs to ‘prepare for toys’ and said that the time has come to raise the voice for local toys. He called upon young entrepreneurs to make computer games in India and about India and said, “Let’s start the games.”

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The Prime Minister said that Virtual Games, Toys should be the sector. And everyone has to play a very important role in this self-reliant India campaign and this is also an opportunity. When the Non-Cooperation Movement started a hundred years ago. Gandhiji wrote that – ‘The Non-Cooperation Movement is an attempt to make the citizens feel self-respect and their power.’ Today, when we are trying to make the country self-reliant. Then, we have to move forward with full confidence. And make the country self-sufficient in every field. It is the responsibility of all of us to convert the seed which was sown in the form of non-cooperation movement. Now, into the Vat tree of self-sufficient India.

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