Chief Minister Narendra Modi has greeted the people of Gujarat on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
He wished the festival of obstacle removing Lord Ganesha will remove all the obstacles and crises and will make Gujarat a happy and prosperous state.
Citizens Show Gratitude For PM Modi’s Policies That Have Led to Exponential Growth Across Diverse Sectors
India performing better than others, which is #goodnews— rameshkotnana (@rameshkotnana1) December 2, 2022
Numbers tell the story: #GDP data shows 7% #growth on track and on cost of living, #India does better than others
The Q2 GDP numbers released on November 30 show that the mo…https://t.co/1VjCl7x7sW https://t.co/we5OTxAZJ1
No more boarding pass. Indian airports set to go paperless ! #digitalindia updating successfully. Kudos to PM @narendramodi and @JM_Scindia. #newindia #Airport #boardingpass #DigiYatra pic.twitter.com/sj5CIxGQKl— Sushant Kaushal (@Sushant_Kaushal) December 2, 2022
What a man of intelligence and clarity of thought. We need more people like him for our country. Kudos to Prime Minister who looks for such great minds to be part of Ministry. @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/79c9rgwE0w— Vinod Yes (@VinodS35311935) December 2, 2022
@PMOIndia @mnreindia @narendramodi kudos to you for Making India Great Again - I'm a 84 yr old retd Col. & victim of State Power Corp's illegal billing scam for my solar power. Escalated to your offices 26/11, action began 29/11. Incredible, keep it up!— Deepak Badhwar (@deepak_badhwar) December 2, 2022
Indore to become the country’s first ‘Smart City’ with ‘Smart Address’.— Kavi🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@kavita_tewari) December 2, 2022
ISCDL has signed up an MoU with Indore-based startup "Pataa".
Pataa simplifies the complex address into a unique one-word code.
A true step 👣 towards Digital India 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/yqQP5LIkQM
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