New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to launch ‘Viksit Bharat @ 2047: Voice of Youth’ on Monday, December 11th. The aim of this mission is to seek input from students, youth, and citizens to craft a vision document on how India should be in 2047, the nation’s 100th year of independence. The NITI Aayog is collecting answers to the questions for Bharat’s future development, including how they want to see Bharat in 2047, the path towards becoming a fully developed nation, and the strategies to achieve these goals. Inputs and suggestions can be submitted via the mygov.in platform starting today.
A document compiled from this will be released in January. The inauguration of this campaign will be conducted today by the Prime Minister. He will also engage in a video conference addressing vice chancellors from various universities. Workshops will take place at Raj Bhavans across the country, today. According to official statements, the Prime Minister’s aim is to actively involve the youth in formulating the country’s national plans, setting priorities, and establishing goals.