PM Modi Addresses public meetings in Sagwara and Kotri, Rajasthan

Published By : Admin | November 22, 2023 | 09:05 IST
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The electoral atmosphere intensified as PM Narendra Modi engaged in two spirited rallies in Sagwara and Kotri ahead of the Rajasthan assembly election. “This region has suffered greatly under Congress rule. The people of Dungarpur are well aware of how the misrule of the Congress has shattered the dreams of the youth,” PM Modi said while addressing the public rally.

Speaking firmly against the Congress for ruining the youth’s future, PM Modi said, “The Congress government has been involved in corruption in every government recruitment in Rajasthan. The children of Congress leaders and their close associates have become officers while your children were left out. The Congress-backed paper leak mafia has ruined the future of the youth in Rajasthan. Today, the pages of the red diary of dark deeds are unfolding... those are the dark truths of the Congress government.”

He added, “Even if the Congress publishes the entire red diary of promises, Modi’s guarantee is still stronger against every false commitment of theirs. Where hopes end with Congress regarding the welfare of the poor and public welfare, Modi’s guarantee begins from there.”

Addressing the shortcomings of the Congress, PM Modi asserted, “Congress never sees anyone beyond its own family. Anyone who even looks towards the Congress family knows that Congress leaves no stone unturned to belittle them. Congress did the same with Baba Saheb Ambedkar. Congress insulted Sardar Patel in the same way. The BJP has developed key places associated with Baba Saheb Ambedkar as Panch Teerth.”

“With the support of all of you, today in Kevadia, the world’s tallest statue of Sardar Patel has been erected. Every day, thousands of people go there to see the Statue of Unity. But to date, not a single leader of the Congress has gone to the Statue of Unity. This is the reality of Congress. Therefore, you need to be cautious of Congress. Congress is not for Dalits, not for the backward, not for tribals, not for the poor. Congress has remained a slave to just one family,” he added.

PM Modi shed light on the expansion of the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana and initiatives aimed at the welfare of tribal communities, among other topics. He said, “The central government is also emphasizing the development of modern infrastructure in this region. We have started the Ahmedabad-Banswara-Dungarpur rail project. A new train has started from Dungarpur. Work is also about to begin on supplying affordable gas through pipelines in the cities of Dungarpur and Banswara. This will make your lives easier and boost business and trade as well.”

While addressing the second rally in Kotri, Rajasthan, which witnessed a massive turnout with enthusiastic supporters, PM Modi said, “Today the whole of Rajasthan is saying ‘Gehlot ji, Koni mile vote ji!”

During his impactful speech, PM Modi expressed concern about the state's cultural heritage, emphasizing its significance for the entire nation. He raised a red flag against the Congress government, citing a substantial threat to Rajasthan's culture due to their policies of appeasement.

He said, “The people of Bhilwara are well aware of how communal tension has continuously increased under the Congress government here. Congress has given undue freedom to extremist elements here. If Congress remains in power, there will be an increase in migration, and there will be more atrocities on women and the poor. Therefore, today, the time demands to remove Congress from the Rajasthan government.”

Addressing the water scarcity issues in Bhilwara, PM Modi acknowledged the challenges faced by many homes and thousands of people waiting for the sweet water of the Chambal. Highlighting Congress’ corruption, the PM said, “The Union government had sent funds for projects related to water, however, Congress did corruption and misused them. This is the true identity of Congress.”

Taking a dig at Congress' recently released manifesto, PM Modi questioned the party's decades-long claim of eliminating poverty. He contrasted Congress' track record with the achievements of the BJP government, where over 13 crore people have been lifted out of poverty in five years. The PM asserted “The BJP's direction and path are correct for the nation.”

PM Modi also lauded the efforts of the BJP government in opening a medical college in Bhilwara district, showcasing the commitment to improving healthcare infrastructure.

While concluding his address, the PM highlighted the natural beauty of Bijolia and said, “Bijolia is famous for its natural beauty, but the mining mafias in Rajasthan have caused havoc on these hills.” The Prime Minister assured that an end will be put to such activities. Also, PM Modi cited the recent introduction of two Vande Bharat trains in Rajasthan, simplifying the lives of the people.

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Prime Minister will visit Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh on 22nd and 23rd February, 2024.

On 22nd February, at around 10:45 AM, in Ahmedabad, Prime Minister will participate in the Golden Jubilee celebration of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF). At around 12:45 PM, Prime Minister will reach Mahesana and perform pooja and darshan at Valinath Mahadev Temple. At around 1 PM, Prime Minister will participate in a public function in Tarabh, Mahesana where he will dedicate to nation and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 8,350 crore. At around 4:15 PM, Prime Minister will reach Navsari, where he will dedicate to nation, lay the foundation stone and initiate work commencement of multiple development projects worth about Rs 17,500 crore. At around 6:15 PM, Prime Minister will visit the Kakrapar Atomic Power Station and dedicate to nation two new Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs).

On 23rd February, Prime Minister will participate in a programme for prize distribution to the winners of Sansad Sanskrit Pratiyogita at Swatantra Sabhagar, BHU, Varanasi. At 11:15 AM, Prime Minister will perform pooja and darshan at Sant Guru Ravidas Janmasthali. At 11:30 AM, Prime Minister will attend a public function commemorating the 647th birth anniversary of Sant Guru Ravidas. At 1:45 pm, Prime Minister will attend a public function where he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth Rs 13,000 crore in Varanasi.

PM in Gujarat

Prime Minister will participate in the Golden Jubilee celebration of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF). The Golden Jubilee celebration of GCMMF will witness participation of more than 1.25 lakh farmers at Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad. GCMMF is a testimony of the resilience of cooperatives, their entrepreneurial spirit and strong determination of farmers, which has made Amul the one of the strongest dairy brands in the world.

At the two public functions in Gujarat at Mahesana and Navsari, Prime Minister will dedicate to nation and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 22,850 crore. The projects will encompass important sectors like road, rail, energy, health, internet connectivity, urban development, water supply, tourism etc in districts like Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Banaskantha, Anand, Mahesana, Kachchh, Kheda, Bharuch, Tapi, Vadodara, Surat, Navsari, Panchmahal, Valsad, and Narmada.

At public function in Tarabh, Mahesana, Prime Minister will dedicate to nation important projects including Bharat Net Phase-II - Gujarat Fibre Grid Network Limited, which will provide high-speed internet to more than 8000 gram panchayats; multiple projects for rail line doubling, gauge conversion, new broad-gauge line in districts of Mahesana and Banaskantha; multiple road projects in Kheda, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, and Mahesana; Main academic building of Gujarat Biotechnology University at Gandhinagar; multiple water supply projects in Banaskantha, among others.

During the programme, Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of several important projects including new district level Hospital & Ayurvedic Hospital in Anand district; development of Rinchhadiya Mahadev Temple and Lake at Ambaji region in Banaskantha; multiple road projects in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Banaskantha, and Mahesana; Runway of Air Force Station, Deesa; Human and Biological Science Gallery in Ahmedabad; Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre (GBRC) new building at GIFT city; multiple projects for improving water supply in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad and Banaskantha, among others.

At public function in Navsari, Prime Minister will dedicate to nation several development projects including multiple packages of Vadodara Mumbai Expressway; multiple road projects in Bharuch, Navsari, Valsad; rural drinking water supply project in Tapi; underground drainage project in Bharuch, among others. Prime Minister will also initiate work commencement for construction of PM Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel (PM MITRA) Park in Navsari.

During the programme, Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of important projects including construction of Bharuch-Dahej access controlled expressway; multiple projects at S.S.G. Hospital, Vadodara; Regional science centre in Vadodara; projects for railway gauge conversion in Surat, Vadodara and Panchmahal; multiple road projects in Bharuch, Navsari and Surat; several water supply schemes in Valsad, school and hostel building and other projects in Narmada district, among others.

Prime Minister will dedicate to nation two new Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs) at Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) Unit 3 and Unit 4. Built by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL), at a cost of more than Rs 22,500 crore, the KAPS-3 and KAPS-4 projects have cumulative capacity of 1400 (700*2) MW and are the largest indigenous PHWRs. They are first of its kind reactors and with advanced safety features comparable with the best in the world. Together, these two reactors will produce about 10.4 billion units of clean electricity per year and benefit consumers of multiple states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, MP, Chhattisgarh, Goa and UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.

PM in Varanasi

Since 2014, the Prime Minister has focused on transforming Varanasi and its adjoining areas by initiating a number of development projects catering to important sectors such as road, rail, aviation, tourism, education, health, drinking water, urban development, and sanitation. Taking another step in this direction, Prime Minister will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 13,000 crore in Varanasi.

To further enhance road connectivity of Varanasi, Prime Minister will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple road projects including four laning of Ghargra-Bridge-Varanasi section of NH-233; four laning of Sultanpur-Varanasi section of NH-56, Package-1; six laning of phase-1 of Varanasi-Aurangabad section of NH-19; four laning of Package-1 Varanasi-Hanumana section on NH-35; and ROB on Varanasi- Jaunpur rail section near Babatpur. He will also lay the foundation stone of construction of Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata Expressway Package-1.

For providing impetus to industrial development in the region, Prime Minister will inaugurate LPG Bottling Plant by HPCL in Sewapuri; Banas Kashi Sankul milk processing unit in UPSIDA Agro Park Karkhiyaon; various infrastructure work at UPSIDA Agro Park, Karkhiyaon; and silk fabric printing common facility centre for weavers.

Prime Minister will inaugurate multiple urban development projects in Varanasi including Urban waste to Charcoal Plant by NTPC at Ramana; upgradation of water supply network in sis-Varuna area; and online effluent monitoring and SCADA automation of STPs and Sewerage Pumping Stations. Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of multiple projects for beautification of Varanasi including the projects for rejuvenation of ponds and redevelopment of parks; and for design and development of 3-D Urban Digital map and database.

Prime Minister will also inaugurate multiple projects related to tourism and spiritual tourism in Varanasi. The projects include redevelopment of public facilities at five Padavs of Panchkoshi Parikrama Marg and Pavan Path with ten spiritual yatra; launching of electric catamaran vessel provided by Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) for Varanasi & Ayodhya; and seven change rooms floating jetties and four community jetties. The Electric catamaran will enhance the tourism experience in Ganges with use of green energy. Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of thirteen community jetties of IWAI at various cities and quick pontoon opening mechanism at Ballia.

Providing impetus to the famous textile sector of Varanasi, Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) in Varanasi. The new institute will strengthen the education and training infrastructure of the textile sector.

Augmenting the health infrastructure in Varanasi, Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of a new Medical College in Varanasi. He will also lay the foundation stone of National Centre of Ageing at BHU. Prime Minister will inaugurate the Sigra Sports Stadium Phase-1 and District Rifle Shooting Range, a step towards strengthening the sports infrastructure in the city.

In the prize distribution ceremony at Swatantrata Sabhagar, Banaras Hindu University, Prime Minister will award the winners of Kashi Sansad Gyan Pratiyogita, Kashi Sansad Photography Pratiyogita and Kashi Sansad Sanskrit Pratiyogita. He will also distribute books, uniform sets, music instruments and merit scholarships to Sanskrit students of Varanasi. He will also visit Kashi Sansad Photography Pratiyogita gallery and interact with the participants with their photograph entries on the theme of “Sanwarti Kashi”.

At the Sant Guru Ravidas Janmasthali temple at Seer Govardhanpur near BHU, Prime Minister will inaugurate the newly installed statue of Sant Ravidas in adjoining Ravidas park. He will inaugurate various development works around Sant Ravidas Janmasthali worth about Rs 32 crore and lay the foundation stone for Sant Ravidas Museum and beautification of the park worth about Rs 62 crore.