Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a big message while addressing the country on Panchayati Raj Diwas. He told every person living in the city and village that the corona virus crisis has explained that now we have to become self-sufficient. Along with this, praising the participation of the villages in the lockdown, Modi said that the village gave a message of two yards to the world. Modi said that this two yards will have to be maintained for now.
Modi said, ‘The Corona crisis has given its biggest message, lesson to us, taught and in a way has shown direction to follow that path. From the experience of the Corona era, we have found that now we have to become self-sufficient. It will also be difficult to cope with such crises without becoming self-sufficient.
Modi further said how the village should become self-sufficient at its level, district at its level and state at its level. To fulfill our needs, we must decide that we never have to look outside. Changed circumstances remind us to be self-sufficient.
Modi praised the participation of villages in the lockdown. He said that the villages have given good education through rituals. Updates are coming from villages, it is going to inspire big people. I bow to every village and people of India. You have chanted the world in very simple words. You said in simple words neither social distancing, nor lockdown, you gave the message two yards away. He gave the mantra of two yards away to the world.