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Wearing saffron safa, PM Modi hoisted the tricolor, addressed for 88 minutes, know when and when the record was made

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After becoming the Prime Minister in the year 2014, Narendra Modi addressed the countrymen for the eighth time from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the occasion of 75th Independence Day. On the occasion of the last 8 Independence Day, PM Modi has broken his own records by giving long speeches many times. However, he gave a speech of 88 minutes today, which is less than many times in the past. Earlier last year, PM Modi’s speech lasted for 86 minutes. Let us tell you which speeches of PM Modi have been the longest.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the longest speech from Red Fort in 2016. This speech of the Prime Minister lasted for 94 minutes. Let us tell you that the record of longest speech from Red Fort is also in the name of PM Modi. Till 2015, this record was in the name of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He gave it in the year of independence i.e. 1947.

When did PM Modi give a long speech from the Red Fort?

Year 2014 – 65 Minutes
Year 2015 – 88 minutes
Year 2016 – 94 minutes
Year 2017 – 56 minutes
Year 2018 – 83 Minutes
Year 2019 – 92 Minutes
Year 2020 – 86 minutes

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Every time there is a discussion of Safa, what is special this time?

Apart from PM Modi’s speech from the Red Fort, every year everyone’s eyes are on his safa. Even on the 75th anniversary of independence, PM Modi was seen in saffron-coloured safa. Most of the PM Modi is wearing saffron colored safa. Often PM Modi is seen wearing a safa of traditional designs of India. She wore a dark red and green Jodhpuri bandhej safa in her maiden Independence Day speech in 2014. In 2015, Prime Minister Modi wore a yellow safa with stripes of different colours, while in 2016 he opted for a pink and yellow leheriya tie-and-dye safa.

After this, she wore a dark red and yellow safa in 2017 with golden stripes on it. She wore a saffron safa in 2018. In the year 2020 also, PM Modi was wearing a saffron colored safa with a cream colored stripe. Along with this, he also wore a matching gamchha.

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