Gujarat chief minister Mr. Narendra Modi on Thursday congratulated the newly appointed Deputy Speaker of the assembly Mr. Mangubhai Patel. Member of the legislative assembly (MLA) representing the Gandevi constituency of South Gujarat, Mr. Patel has been appointed as the deputy speaker for the 13th State Assembly here on October 3.
During the assembly session, the House unanimously nominated Mr. Patel for the post of deputy speaker and following which he was formally appointed as the new deputy speaker. Leader of the House, Mr. Narendra Modi, Finance Minister Mr. Nitin Patel and Tribal Welfare Minister Mr. Ganpat Vasava while welcoming Mr. Patel accompanied him to the honourable chair, and complimented for accepting the post.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a massive Vikas Parv Rally in Davangere, Karnataka to mark two years of the NDA Government in office. Beginning his address, Shri Narendra Modi thanked people of Karnataka for having turned out in large numbers to attend the rally. The Prime Minister highlighted several initiatives of the NDA Government in the last two years that were transforming the lives of people across India.
PM Narendra Modi said that the NDA Government was working tirelessly for the welfare of people across the country and India was now moving rapidly on the path of progress. “Our strength has been devoted for the welfare of the people”, he added further.
Taking a dig at the previous govt he said it is better for me to do small tasks as the big tasks of the previous govt resulted in big scams. Talking about an honest and transparent government PM Modi said, “We will never let the nation go in the wrong direction.”
The Prime Minister elaborated about Government’s initiatives towards welfare of the agriculture sector and the farmer community. He spoke at length about several schemes like Krishi Sinchai Yojana, Soil Health Cards, e-NAM and e-mandis that were benefiting the farmers in a big way. PM Modi also talked about steps the Government was undertaking for welfare of sugarcane farmers across the country.
Speaking about the Government’s ambitious Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, PM Modi credited the citizens for success of the initiative and said that people from all walks of life not only were appreciating but also contributing to the campaign.
He also cited about the ‘Give It Up’ campaign that turned out to be a mass movement as over a crore people gave up their LPG subsidies voluntarily. Adding further, the PM spoke about Ujjwala Yojana that aimed to make rural India smoke-free by providing gas connections to five crore to below poverty line households free of cost in next three years.
Prime Minister Modi also cited that India was a youthful nation and Government was undertaking efforts to direct the youthful workforce for development of India. He highlighted how initiatives like Skill India were helping India’s youth focus on their skills. The PM also mentioned about the recent decision of elimination of interviews for class 3 and 4 government jobs.
Several BJP leaders were present at the event.
In this scorching heat, you have turned up in such large numbers. That too at a time when polls are not close: PM @narendramodi in Karnataka