CM to speak to people in 53 places simultaneously using 3D projection technology on 10th December 2012

As the campaign for the 2012 Gujarat Vidhan Sabha elections reaches its final stretch, Shri Narendra Modi will address people across 106 places of Gujarat through 3D projection technology over the next 5 days. On Monday 10th December 2012 Shri Modi will interact with people across 53 places. This marks a continuation of his historic usage of 3D projection technology to engage with people.

The state-of-art technology used offers the audience/viewers a feel that the person is real and even enables them to interact with the projected ‘virtual’ person as if interacting with ‘Actual person’, eliminating the need of wearing 3D glasses.  After this, the 3D Projection technology will be replicated across other cities.

It was on the evening of 18th November 2012 that Shri Narendra Modi first connected with people across 4 cities of Gujarat using the 3D technology. The interaction became an instant hit and many people heard Shri Modi’s inspiring speech.

Later on, on 29th November 2012 Shri Modi addressed people across 26 places (covering 15 districts) using 3D projection technology. This was done on a much larger scale and the response to it was phenomenal.

 

 

On 4th December 2012 he addressed people across 52 places through the medium. Yet again, a record number of people came out to extend solidarity with Shri Modi and the BJP.

This yet again shows that when it comes to using the latest technology to reach out to people, Shri Modi is miles ahead of others. He himself said that such an initiative has happened for the first time and that Gujarat is the first state to use such technology.

 

Here is the list of places where Shri Modi will interact with the people using 3D technology:

 

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PM Modi reflected on how his leadership over the past decade has fuelled Haryana’s development. “Haryana embodies courage and strength. Modi, who has savoured Haryana's spirit, has led with vigour for ten years. Seeing Rafale jets soar in Ambala skies today is a proud moment for all of us,” he said.

As the election season unfolds, PM Modi observed, “In the 4-phase elections, Congress and the INDI alliance agreed on their tactics. Yet, their tricks have failed. Haryana, with patriotism in its blood, recognizes anti-national forces. That's why Haryana is united in echoing: Phir Ek Baar…Modi Sarkar!”

PM Modi introspected on the significance of a robust administration, emphasizing, “A strong government makes enemies think twice. For 70 years, Pakistan troubled India with threats. Today, it's reduced to begging. This is the power of a strong government.”

Launching his speech, PM Modi painted a stark picture of the past under Congress rule, highlighting the plight of Haryana's courageous mothers and the vulnerability of our soldiers. He underscored how terrorist threats and military weakness plagued the nation's security. However, he juxtaposed this with the transformative changes brought in by his decisive leadership. PM Modi emphasized “the historic revocation of Article 370, heralding a new era of development in Kashmir.” Furthermore, he lambasted Congress for its track record of betraying soldiers and compromising national security for personal gains. This, he asserted, starkly contrasts with his government's commitment to bolstering India's defence capabilities through self-reliance and innovation.

As PM Modi delved further, he didn't shy away from exposing Congress's decades-long betrayal of our ex-servicemen. The delay in implementing ‘One Rank One Pension’ for 4 decades was a poignant reminder of their neglect. Despite false claims and empty promises, PM Modi highlighted his government's unwavering commitment to our veterans, ultimately delivering on the long-overdue OROP.

PM Modi outlined his vision for Haryana's agricultural transformation, he emphasized the state's pivotal role in India's journey towards becoming a global nutrition hub. He also talked about the ambitious plan that included promoting Haryana's coarse grains like jowar and millet on the international stage, with the implementation of the world's largest warehouse project and the creation of specialized clusters over the next 5 years. Also, PM Modi unveiled plans for a revolutionary drone initiative in farming, empowering mothers and sisters with drone pilot training to harness the latest technology in agriculture.

PM Modi celebrated Haryana's strong daughters, who have played a key role in earning the state a global sports reputation. The PM highlighted his government's efforts in opening Sainik schools to girls and noted the presence of many Haryana women in the first batch of women cadets at NDA. In stark contrast, he mentioned, “Congress has shown a pattern of neglect towards women, farmers, and youth, focusing only on securing votes. While they promote the broom symbol (AAP) in Delhi and Haryana, they disparage the same in Punjab, calling the ‘Jhadu wala’ a thief. What message does this send about their view of the people of Haryana?”

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In conclusion, the PM urged every voter to support the BJP for a prosperous Haryana and to extend his heartfelt gratitude to every household.