‘Amrit Kal, Sankalp, 75’: Which word was used the most in PM Modi’s speech today


Amrit Kal, Sankalp, 75, India, nepotism – these were the words most used by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his 83-minute Independence Day speech on Monday. PM Modi, during his address to the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort, wore a white safa with tricolor stripes and a long train.

While Amrit Kal/Amrit Mahotsav was used 32 times, India was used 31 times. Apart from that, the prime minister used the word Sankalp 26 times, dream and 75 years old 24 times, World 23 and corruption 17 times.

Coming to mention the success of the states, Gujarat, which will go to the polls in December, was mentioned three times in its speech, while Himachal Pradesh was missed.

Here is a list of words that were mentioned in the Prime Minister’s speech:

Amrit Kal/Amrit Mahotsav-32
Dreams and 75-24
corruption, nepotism and Azadi-17
Women and Garv-16
130cr and Citizen Duty/Kartavaya-15
Panch Pran, Development and AtmNirbhar-13
Mahapurush-12, Lal Qila, 25saal, Ghulami and Virasat-11
Aspiration/Aspirational Society-10, Samuhik Chetna/Consciousness-10
Numerical, Unit = 9 times, Tiranga, Army, Farmer and Youth-8
Talent and Agriculture-7
Regime, democracy and Shakti-6
Mahatama Gandhi, Innovation, Sports, Politics and Support-5
Technology, Pain, Poverty, Tongue, Struggle, Swadeshi, Federal, Holistic Lifestyle, Environment, Pain, Poverty, Tongue, Struggle, Fertilizer-4
Gender Equality, Political Stability, Hope, Change, Police-3 times, Gujarat-3
Team India and Small Business, Economy, Energy, 5G, Employment, India First, Constitution, Tribal-2
Atal Bihari, Ambedkar, Savarkar and Nehru, Auto and Vendors, Dalit, Drone-1,
Himachal and Pakistan-0

In his 83-minute speech, Prime Minister Modi laid out five commitments for the next 25 years, including a developed India, freedom from the idea of ​​100% slavery, pride in heritage, unity and solidarity and the duties of citizens.

Addressing the nation, Prime Minister Modi said the need of the hour is cooperative competitive federalism.

The Prime Minister also highlighted corruption and nepotism and urged young people to dedicate the next 25 years to nation building and tackling these issues. He added: “We must fight with all our might against corruption and nepotism.”

The Prime Minister recognized the progress our country has made over the past 75 years. He also pointed out that the Indian-made pistol was first used for the ceremonial salute at the Red Fort on Independence Day.

Prime Minister Modi also said that when he was chief minister of Gujarat, he realized that the country would only develop if the state developed.

2014 to 2022: Length of Prime Minister Modi’s Independence Day speech over the years

2022: 83 minutes

2021: 88 minutes (third longest speech)

2020: 92 minutes

2019: 92 minutes

2018: 83 minutes

2017: 56 minutes (shortest speech)

2016: 94 minutes (longest speech)

2015: 86 minutes

2014: 65 minutes

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