Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday recalled the bravery and sacrifices made by nation’s armed forces in 1999 ‘Kargil’ war. In this eve Modi saluted all the soldiers who made an outstanding contribution from all parts of the country to serve mother Nation. Modi also proposed to initiate ‘Road Safety Policy’ for accident victims and avail even cashless treatment for the citizens.
In Parliament’s Monsoon Session Modi’s government is about to issue road transport and safety Bill across country for road accidents. Raising about road accidents that take place every minute which causes death of one person per four minutes, he said most one third of victims are 15 to 25 years of age group. He requested all parents to educate their children on safe driving. Modi said victims do worry for first 50 hours who pay the money as government to launch cashless treatment. It might launch in Jaipur, Vadodara and Gurgon and later Ranchi, Maundiya highways, Mumbai and Rungaon. Finally he spoke few words about ‘MyGov website’ which was launched last year by his government on July 26.
Through his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ he spoke few words about Kargil Vijay Diwas,
“Kargil ke yuddh mein, hamara ek-ek jawan sau-sau dushmanon par bhari pada (In the Kargil war, each of our jawans proved stronger than a hundred of the enemy).This war was fought by those mothers and sisters whose sons and brothers were in the battlefield. It was fought by those girls who had just got married, those fathers who gave their sons and felt young themselves and those sons who had not even learnt to walk properly, holding the finger of their father. It is because of their sacrifices that India can hold its head high in the world.”