"Narendra Modi to address Nava Bharat Yuva Bheri at Lal Bahadur Shastri stadium, Hyd on 11th Aug"
"Narendra Modi’s call for ideas &suggestions for Hyd public meeting generates fantastic response"
"Large number of Youngsters give ideas on issues ranging from economy, corruption, & Telangana"

On Sunday 11th August 2013 Shri Narendra Modi will address a massive public meeting in Hyderabad. Shri Modi will address the Nava Bharat Yuva Bheri (Youth Conclave) at Hyderabad’s Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium at 4:00 PM.

In addition to the public meeting, Shri Narendra Modi will unveil a statue of Sardar Patel at Keshav Memorial and interact with BJP state office bearers.

The people of Andhra Pradesh, especially the youth are eagerly awaiting the visit by Shri Narendra Modi. Shri Modi’s speech will be watched by people all over the nation and arrangements have been made to enable people to see the public meeting live from anywhere in the country. The details for the free live signal are as follows:

C Band Frequency: 3893/3892 Symbol Rate: 2010 Satellite: INSAT 3A FEC: ¾ Polarisation: Vertical (83 degrees South East)





On Monday 22nd July 2013 Shri Narendra Modi posted on his Facebook page an appeal to the people to share their ideas and thoughts for his upcoming Hyderabad speech, which will be held on Sunday 11th August 2013.

Shri Narendra Modi had written:

“I am thankful to BJP Andhra Pradesh to be giving me an opportunity to connect with the youth of the state on 11th August. My tributes to the youngsters who have dedicated their lives for Telangana.

The thought of helping Uttarakhand victims with this programme is an inspiring example of compassion for fellow-citizens. Looking forward to meeting the youth in Andhra Pradesh. I welcome your suggestions and ideas for the programme. Shall share them during my interaction on 11th August in Hyderabad.”

As usual, the post by Shri Modi generated a fantastic response on Facebook. As of 5:30 PM on Friday 9thAugust 2013 the post has been liked by 42,065 people and has received 6,696 shares. About 3630 people have shared their comments on the page.

The suggestions, thoughts and ideas Shri Modi received pertain to a wide range of issues ranging from the division of Andhra Pradesh to economic issues such as jobs, mismanagement of the economy, the colossal corruption under the UPA etc.

Speaking about the crucial issue of employment, Venkata Ramana wrote:

“Sir, I suggest you to discuss about the unemployment of educated Youth in AP, failure of “Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu” program of AP govt. Also share your solution how you are providing the employment for youth in Gujarat. Provide more details with examples.”

Madhuri Paruchuru opined:

Sir, In India we have all the resources but the main problem is they are not being utilized properly we have plenty of water yet water problem in some areas we have plenty of resources yet power cut problem all issues can be solved when right technologies are implemented properly by honest authorities to make them available to all. The other important point I would like to mention is unnecessary issues are being highlighted like Telangana state division and necessary issues like many major projects which lead for the development of society are being ignored. Politicians are misleading people for their self-benefit and neglecting the major problems in our country.

Expressing a desire for a Congress Mukt Bharat, Murthyvss Boddapati wrote:

In next elections we don’t like to see the old faces at center to rule Congress has to be rooted out.

Shri Narendra Modi speaks on Telangana

On the evening of 30th July the Congress Party and the Centre finally announced that a new state of Telangana would be created. After years of indecision, inaction and misleading the people, the Centre had to bow to people power. One of the first leaders to present a comprehensive view on the subject was Shri Narendra Modi. He described the creation of Telangana as a victory of people power.

In his Blogpost titled, ‘Creation of Telangana: the struggle and the road ahead’ he paid tributes to all those who devoted themselves to the cause of Telangana. He questioned the intentions of the Congress, which had kept the people in the dark and also noted how governance suffered in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Shri Modi went on to question why the top leadership of the Congress notably its President and Vice President have not entered Andhra Pradesh for many years. In the blog post, Shri Modi laid down the road ahead, including spearheading the development and aspirations of both, the news state as well as what would remain of the existing state.

Pariksha Pe Charcha with PM Modi
Explore More
It is now time to leave the 'Chalta Hai' attitude & think of 'Badal Sakta Hai': PM Modi

Popular Speeches

It is now time to leave the 'Chalta Hai' attitude & think of 'Badal Sakta Hai': PM Modi
PM Modi calls for united global efforts to defeat Covid-19 pandemic

Media Coverage

PM Modi calls for united global efforts to defeat Covid-19 pandemic

Nm on the go

Always be the first to hear from the PM. Get the App Now!
Governors are an important pillar of Janbhagidari in this battle against Covid: PM
Combined power of all community organizations, political parties, NGOs and social institutions needs to be harnessed in this fight: PM
PM emphasizes significance of tracking, tracing and testing; highlights importance of increasing RTPCR tests
Government is committed to ensuring adequate availability of vaccines: PM

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today interacted with Governors of States regarding the Covid-19 situation and ongoing vaccination drive in the country, through video conferencing.

Prime Minister said that in the battle against Covid, along with the vaccines, our values and sense of duty are our biggest strengths. Praising the citizens who participated in this battle last year considering it their duty, he said that the same feeling of Janbhagidari needs to be encouraged now as well. He said that the role of the Governors, through appropriate utilization of their social capacity, thus becomes all the more critical to achieving this. Governors are an important link to ensure better coordination between State Governments and society, he said, adding that the combined power of all community organizations, political parties, NGOs and social institutions needs to be harnessed.

Prime Minister suggested that the Governors can actively engage to ensure that social institutions collaborate seamlessly with the State Governments towards micro containment. He said that their social network can help ensure an increase in the capacity of ambulances, ventilators and oxygen in hospitals. Along with spreading the message about vaccination and treatment, the Governors can also spread awareness about AYUSH related remedies.

Prime Minister noted that our youth, our workforce, is an important part of our economy. Hence, it is important to ensure that our youth follows all Covid related protocols and precautions. He said that the Governors’ role is also critical in ensuring the greater engagement of our students in University campuses towards this Janbhagidari. We also need to focus on better utilization of facilities at University and College campuses, he added. He said that just like last year, NCC and NSS also have a key role to play this year as well. Prime Minister said that the Governors are an important pillar of Janbhagidari in this battle and their coordination with State Governments and guidance to institutions of the State will further strengthen the nation’s resolve.

Discussing the rise in the number of Covid cases, the Prime Minister said that in this stage of the fight against the virus, the country stands to gain from last year’s experience and improved healthcare capacity. He discussed the increase RTPCR testing capacity and noted that the country has become Aatmanirbhar with respect to kits and other material related to testing. All this has led to a reduction in the cost of RTPCR tests also. He added that most of the products related to testing are also available on the GeM portal. Prime Minister emphasized the significance of increasing tracking, tracing and testing, and said that RTPCR testing needs to be increased from 60% to 70%. He said that it is pertinent to ensure that more and more people get tested.

Prime Minister underlined that the government is committed to ensuring adequate availability of vaccines. He highlighted that India has become the fastest nation to reach the landmark of 10 crore vaccinations. Noting the positive impact of Tika Utsav in the last four days, he said that in this period, the vaccination drive was expanded and new vaccination centres also came up.


The Vice President of India, Union Home Minister and Union Health Minister also attended the interaction.

The Vice President appreciated the Prime Minister for leading the fight against Covid and his proactive steps to develop the infrastructure required to tackle the pandemic. He also highlighted the scientific community's contribution in giving a vaccine to India and the whole world. He also talked about the contribution of healthcare workers, sanitation workers, and other frontline workers who have played a vital role during the pandemic.

The Vice President called upon the Governors to bring up a coordinated front by leading all-party meetings in their respective states and engaging with civil society organisations to spread awareness about covid-appropriate behaviour. The Vice president said that a 'Team India spirit' cutting across policy lines should be adopted, and in this regard, Governors as the 'Guardians of the State' could guide the State Governments.

Union Home Minister stressed the importance of saving each and every life. Union Health Secretary gave a presentation on Covid cases and vaccination drive. He gave an overview of how India has followed a proactive and pre-emptive approach in this endeavour.

The Governors shared details of how their respective states are tackling the spread of the virus and coordinating activities towards ensuring a smooth implementation of the vaccination drive, while also mentioning the deficiencies of healthcare facilities in the States.

They gave suggestions for further improvement in the efforts and shared plans of how Janbhagidari can be increased through the active social engagement of various groups.