Speaking at the walls of the Red Fort on the 76th Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the refusal of even a 5-year-old to play with foreign toys reflects his spirit of confidence in India,” Aatmanirbhar Bharat” runs through his veins.
“I want to say hello to little kids 5 to 7 years old. There is an awakening of national consciousness. I’ve heard from countless families that 5-7 year olds tell their parents they don’t want to play with foreigners.” Toys. When a 5-year-old makes such a decision, it reflects the confident Indian spirit within him, with ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ running in his veins,” he said.
In July’s monthly radio show Mann ki Baat, the prime minister also praised India’s toy industry, noting that its exports have increased from £300 million to £400 million to £2.6 billion.
The prime minister, who called on people to “stand up for local toys,” said last year that about 80 percent of toys were imported from India, with millions of rupees going abroad, and stressed the importance of changing that.
Noting that India’s share of the roughly $100 billion (£7.5 billion) global toy market is only about $1.5 billion (over £11 billion), Modi advocates for improving this in what he calls the “toy economy” or the toy economy. The image of the country, the gaming industry.