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Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi today announced that Swagat Online Grievance Redressal Program will be done on rural level also from this February 1. He announced this in a session of Swagat Online programme, a programme he held fourth Thursday of every month. He listened to the complaints made by common people and through video-conference gave necessary solutions to their problems.

He said that with Swagat Online programme going rural will help the rural people living even in remotest corner of the state in getting their problems solved. Such decentralization of administration with the help of technology will prove as a revolutionary move, he said.

Chief Minister said that government is going to implement the programme on the village level considering the success of its version on taluka level. Now, every villager can go to E-Gram centre of his village and register his complaint, he said.

Chief Minister also appealed the senior officials to take a pro-active approach and make the base of Swagat Online programme even wider.

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PM greets Israeli PM H. E. Naftali Bennett and people of Israel on Hanukkah
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has greeted Israeli Prime Minister, H. E. Naftali Bennett, people of Israel and the Jewish people around the world on Hanukkah.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"Hanukkah Sameach Prime Minister @naftalibennett, to you and to the friendly people of Israel, and the Jewish people around the world observing the 8-day festival of lights."