On his monthly radio show ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Modi said there is a need to become self-sufficient in all areas, including toys. He added that Mahatma GandhiIndia’s call for non-cooperation was also aimed at making India self-sufficient.
Speaking of apps, Modi liked the ones made in India like Koo, StepSetGo, Zoho, Chingari, Kutuki, FTC talent, etc. The “Aatmanirbhar App Innovation Challenge” selected the best apps from around 7,000 entries across India. These fell into different categories like games, entertainment, business, utilities, social media and fitness and were built by young Indians from different parts of the country, he said.
“Friends, whether it is virtual games, whether it is the toy industry in the self-sufficient Indian countryside, all have to play a very important role, and this is also an opportunity. One hundred years ago, when the non-cooperation movement started, Gandhiji wrote that the non-cooperation movement is an effort to make compatriots aware of their self-respect and their power, ”he said. he declares.
Giving Atmanirbhar Bharat a boost, Modi said the seed had been sown in the form of the non-cooperation movement, and it was now everyone’s responsibility to turn it into a self-governing Indian banyan tree. . Modi had recently chaired a meeting aimed at increasing India’s share in the global toy trade of which China is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters.
“We can do two things through toys, bring the glorious past back to our lives and also beautify our golden future. To my startup friends, to our new entrepreneurs, I say, team up for toys. For everyone, this is the time to make their voices heard for local toys, ”he said.
Noting that computer games have become more popular in the age of computers and smartphones, the prime minister said most of the themes are from foreign countries. “It’s time to play games in India and India. Let’s play games, ”he said. Modi said that toys not only increase activity, but also give flight to aspirations, strengthen the spirit, and also promote intention, he said.
“Earlier this month, young people across the country were given an app innovation challenge. Our young people wholeheartedly participated in the innovation challenge of the Atmanirbhar Bharat application. Around 7,000 applications were received, of which almost two-thirds were applications created by young people from level 2 and 3 cities, ”said Modi.
He added that today’s small startups will turn into big companies tomorrow and become India’s trademark to the world.
To concern Mann ki Baat: PM Narendra Modi says it’s time to speak out for local toys