Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched a scathing assault on the ideology of dynastic politics saying it’s a illness and termed it the most important enemy of democracy. The Prime Minister was talking on the second National Youth Parliament Festival. Addressing the youth of the nation, PM Modi stated the day of these profitable elections on the premise of their surnames have been numbered, including there have been few who nonetheless take into consideration defending dynastic politics.
“There are nonetheless individuals who need to do politics solely to avoid wasting their household’s identify in politics. This type of politics retains ‘nation first’ on the second place and ‘my household and my advantages’ as first precedence.
“The youth need to enter politics to end this practice of family-based politics. It is important to save our democratic practices,” he stated at a valedictory operate of the second Youth Parliament. “Dynasts are the biggest threat to democracy and this leads to social corruption; more youths should come forward to curb this problem.”
The Prime Minister maintained that folks these days supported those that labored with honesty and sincerity. Modi stated that politics of nepotism was nearing its finish, including that it hadn’t ended utterly although.
“Those who have corruption as part of their legacy now are not able to come out of that burden.”
Invoking Swami Vivekananda, the Prime Minister suggested the youth to imagine in themselves and take the nation ahead. The new National Education Policy 2020 will take the youth in direction of trendy schooling and studying, he added.
The PM additionally listened to the prize winners of National Youth Parliament Festival (NYPF)that goals to lend voice to youths between the age of 18 and 25.
NYPF is predicated on an thought put forth by the Prime Minister in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio tackle on December 31, 2017. The first NYPF was organised from January 12 to February 27, 2019 with the theme of ‘Be the Voice of New India and Find Solutions and Contribute to Policy’.
The second NYPF was held on December 23, 2020 by the digital mode, by which 2.34 lakh youths from throughout the nation participated within the first stage. It was adopted by state Youth Parliaments by the digital mode from January 1 to five, 2021. The ultimate of the second NYPF was held within the Central Hall of Parliament on January 11, 2021.
(With inputs from IANS)