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Youth of India hate anarchy, they are irritated by disorder & instability, says PM Modi

On his last Mann ki Baat programme in 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says the youth becomes restless when the system fails to respond, and questions it with courage.

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his last “Mann ki Baat” programme of this year on Sunday said that today’s youth hates anarchy and that they like following the system. However, when the system fails to respond, they become restless and question it with courage.

“One thing is certain that youth of our country hates anarchy. They are irritated by disorder and instability. They do not approve of nepotism, casteism, gender discrimination,” he said during the programme. Stressing that the people born in the 21st century will play a key role in the development of the country, the Prime Minister said all of us experience that this generation is extremely talented.

“And the best thing about them is…especially in the context of India, that they like system and order. Not only this, they also like following the system. And whenever, wherever the system fails to respond, they become restless and question the system with courage. I think this is good,” he said.

The Prime Minister also said, “One thing is certain about this decade that those born in the 21st Century will play an active role in the nation’s development.”
“For some they are millennials; others call them generation Z or Gen Zee too; and broadly speaking, one thing that has captured the collective psyche is that this is the ‘Social Media Generation’,” he said.

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  1. Disorder and instability is what this govt is aiming to give them via the NRC and the NPR. So is it any surprise that the youth are out protesting?

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