New Delhi, January 24
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday had a heart-to-heart conversation with a group of youngsters selected to visit the Parliament House Complex under the ‘Know your leader’ programme, on the occasion of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary.
At a conversation with the children, the PM asked children to pay attention when they meet someone new, register the conversation, absorb the exchange so that even if they meet after years they are able to place the context and location of their last meeting.
If you meet someone, be attentive, register what they are saying, how they look, what’s their name. That way when you meet again after years you will be able to recall the last meeting and the other person will value your amiability,” the PM said to children asking them to identify how many states were represented in the group.
When questioned on what they would like to imbibe from the life of Netaji, a girl said, “Netaji’s organisational capacity and his message that we should not stop dreaming. I’ve been talking to you for years in my dreams, sir, and today my dream has come true.”