PM Modi talks about 'Yuva Shakti' at NCC rally

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi extolled the power of youth and the benefits of technology during his address at a National Cadet Corps (NCC) rally in Delhi today.

PM Modi congratulated the cadets and said that being a part of the NCC is a unique experience as it offers a glimpse at India's diversity and strengths.

"NCC cadets can act as catalysts to bring change in their families and at large in the society," the Prime Minister said.

He commended the NCC cadets and officers for their efforts in promoting the Swacch Bharat mission and other social schemes.

"When I see you, NCC cadets, I feel confident about the future of India. I feel proud of our Yuva Shakti," PM Modi said.

The Prime Minister also touched upon the government's push towards a cashless, digital economy and the role the youth can play in this regard.

"India and particularly India's youth are adapting to technology very fast. NCC cadets have promoted the initiative of digital payments started by us. Let's continue the movement towards digital transactions," he said.

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