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PM Modi’s 5 resolves for nation sets the value foundation for India in Amrit Kal: SK Narvar

“To emerge as a developed economy in the next 25 years, Indians must embrace the five resolves and make them their guiding light”, says SK Narvar, Chairman, Capital India Corp.

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Shri SK Narvar, Chairman, Capital India Corp.
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Announcing the goal to emerge as a developed economy in the next 25 years is a vital move. But, more importantly, we need a strong value foundation to achieve the dream.

Ques – What are your key takeaways from the 76th Independence Day celebrations in India?

SK Narvar: One of the most important takeaways is the massively successful and almost organically popularized Har Ghar Tiranga movement. For the first time in Independent India, the National Flag was truly owned and embraced by the people. The enthusiasm of national pride ran through the Nation, person to person – household to household. Over 130 crore people were re-energized and became closer to their identity of being an Indian.

But it is the 5 Resolves for the Nation shared by Prime Minister Modi are amongst the biggest takeaways from the 76th Independence Day celebration.

Ques – What’s the significance of the 5 resolves shared by the Prime Minister?

SK Narvar: PM Modi’s 5 resolves for the Nation sets the value foundation for India in Amrit Kal. Setting a goal to emerge as a developed economy in the next 25 years is a significant move. But more important is to build a strong value foundation for the dream. Under his leadership, Indians have displayed remarkable discipline, zeal, drive and commitment to achieve extraordinary feats. One of the most trying times for Independent India – the COVID-19 pandemic – has transformed into bedrock for unimagined planning and success. It will be a reminder for decades of what India can achieve out of little. Similarly, to emerge as a developed economy in the next 25 years, Indians must embrace the five resolves and make them their guiding light.

Ques – Of all the possible resolves, how will you assess the choice of resolves that the PM has shared with the Nation?

SK Narvar: In his Independence Day message to the Nation, the Prime Minister shared the following five resolves as essential to creating a developed India: advance with greater conviction and determination to achieve a Developed India, remove any trace of the colonial mindset; take pride in our legacy; realize the power of unity, and fulfilling the duties of citizens.

The five resolves are incredibly thought-out, measured, and relevant for the Nation. For instance, before a target is achieved, one has to trust that it is achievable. Therefore, all Indians need to have a single-minded conviction that we can become developed in the next 25 years, which will act as a driving force for our socio-economic development.

Ques – What is the larger significance of the call for Amrit Kal?

SK Narvar: Under PM Modi, India, over the past few years, have started progressing on various socio-economic fronts. As Indians, we need to embrace our culture and feel a sense of pride. Instead of western concepts, it is time for India to become a developed nation self-sufficiently. The more considerable significance of Amrit Kal is to awaken the vast potential of every Indian and unleash it positively towards nation-building. The development and progress of India towards a modern society with our values and self-pride is key to our success.

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