new Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah, while carrying forward the mantra of 'Self-reliant India', Prime Minister Narendra Modi, tweeted on Wednesday that from June 1, only indigenously manufactured items will be sold in the canteen of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, 50 lakh members of the family of about one million CAPF personnel will use indigenously manufactured products.
Amit Shah wrote in his tweet that in this direction, the Ministry of Home Affairs has decided that all the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) canteens will now sell only indigenous products. This will be applicable to all CAPF canteens across the country from 01 June 2020. With this, 50 lakh families of about 10 lakh CAPF personnel will use indigenously.
In another tweet, Amit Shah said that 'Yesterday Hon'ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an appeal to make the country self-reliant and use local products (products made in India) which will surely lead India to the world in future. Will pave the way to do it. '
Amit Shah said that 'I also appeal to the people of the country that you should use the products made in the country as much as possible and encourage other people also. If every Indian pledges to use products made in India (Swadeshi), the democracy of the country can become self-sufficient in five years.
Every countryman is vocal for local: PM Modi
Let me tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address at 8 pm on Tuesday (May 12) gave a big mantra of self-reliance to the countrymen amid the Corona crisis. Prime Minister Modi said that he should try to be a 'vocal for local'. PM Modi said that not only buy local but also promote local, become vocal for local. He said that not only to buy local products, but also to promote them proudly. I believe my country can do this. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the big brand you know today was once local, but when people started taking pride in it, it went from local to global. This great opportunity to become global from local, so stay vocal for local.
This post was published on May 13, 2020 2:32 pm
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