The BJP leaders emphasized on celebrating the festival by adopting indigenous products in the Indian festival starting in the next months, so that the ‘Vocal for Local’ can be expanded further.
New Delhi: Referring to the success of India, in Mann Ki Baat of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav said that work has been done to preserve Indian culture and heritage in the last seven years. Till the year 2013, about 13 idols had come to India. But, in the last seven years, India has successfully brought back more than 200 precious statues.
America, Britain, Holland, France, Canada, Germany, Singapore, many such countries have understood this spirit of India and helped us to bring back the idols. On the occasion of listening to the Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat in BJP State Office today, Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav, State Organization General Secretary Siddharthan, State Vice President Sunil Yadav, State Media Head Naveen Kumar Jindal, State BJP Chief Spokesperson Abhay Verma, State SC Morcha President Bhupendra Gothwal along with other state officials were present there.
The BJP leaders emphasized on celebrating the festival by adopting indigenous products in the Indian festival starting in the next months, so that the ‘Vocal for Local’ can be expanded further. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India has been successful in bringing back the missing idols of its culture and heritage from abroad in the last few years. It is a matter of pride for us.
The Prime Minister in his program emphasizes on India’s unity in diversity. It is the effect of the magic of Indian music that singers-composers from more than 150 countries have successfully experimented with singing Vaishnava Jana, the favourite hymn of Mahatma Gandhi.