National Technology Day: PM Modi Praises Pioneers At The Frontline In Defeat Of COVID19

National Technology Day: PM Narendra Modi Praises Pioneers At The Frontline To Defeat COVID19

On 11 May, the anniversary of the first nuclear tests in Pokhran in 1998, the National Technology Day is celebrated.
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On the National Technology Day on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed each one of those at the front line of research and advancement to crush coronavirus and recalled the "extraordinary accomplishment" of the nation's' researchers in completing the 1998 Pokhran atomic tests. The National Technology Day denotes the commemoration of the underground atomic tests directed in Rajasthan's Pokhran.

On this day in 1998, India effectively directed first of its five atomic tests under the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

"On National Technology Day, our country salutes each one of the individuals who are utilizing innovation to get a positive distinction the lives of others. We recall the outstanding accomplishment of our researchers on this day in 1998. It was a milestone second in India's' history," Modi said in a progression of tweets.

"Today, innovation is helping numerous in the endeavors to make the world free from COVID-19. I salute every one of those at the bleeding edge of research and development on approaches to vanquish Coronavirus. May we maintain saddling innovation in control to make a more beneficial and better planet," he additionally tweeted.

The tests in Pokhran in 1998 additionally demonstrated the distinction a solid political administration can make, he said.

The Prime Minister stated, "Today, innovation is helping numerous in the endeavors to make the world free from COVID-19. I salute each one of those at the front line of research and development on approaches to crush coronavirus."

PMModi said he trusted that the mankind will continue tackling innovation to make a more advantageous and better planet.

Independently, President Ram Nath Kovind said that science and innovation are "key instruments for comprehensive advancement" and researchers and technologists are on the bleeding edges of the worldwide fight against COVID-19. "Welcome to the kindred residents on the National Technology Day, denoting the commemoration of the atomic trial of 1998. On this event, we commend the unique commitment of mainstream researchers in making the country independent," tweeted President Kovind.

"We perceive science and innovation as the key instruments for comprehensive advancement. Our researchers and technologists are likewise on the bleeding edges of the worldwide fight against COVID-19, making the country glad," he said in his resulting tweet.