In Bangalore, PM lands to warm welcome; gives clarion call to create a Clean India

Published By : Admin | September 23, 2014 | 19:10 IST
"Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bangalore"
"Karnataka Governor, CM, Union Cabinet Ministers among others receive PM at HAL airport"
"Through your support you have placed a strong and stable Government in Delhi: PM"
"PM gives clarion call to devote 100 hours a year for cleanliness"
"On 2nd October we start a mass movement for cleanliness. I myself will set out with a broom. We cannot let India remain unclean: PM"
"Earlier Governments took pride in making laws. I decided that we have to end laws that are redundant: PM"
"प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी बेंगलुरू में"
"एचएए हवाई अड्डे पर प्रधानमंत्री की अगवानी करने वालों में कर्नाटक के राज्यपाल, मुख्यमंत्री, केंद्रीय मंत्री शामिल"
"अपके समर्थन के जरिए आपने दिल्ली में एक मजबूत और स्थिर सरकार दी है"
"प्रधानमंत्री ने साल में 100 घंटे सफाई के लिए देने का आह्वान किया"
"दो अक्टूबर को हम सफाई के लिए एक बड़ा आन्दोलन शुरू करेंगे। मैं स्वयं झाडू लेकर सफाई करूंगा। हम भारत को गंदा नहीं रख सकते- प्रधानमंत्री"
"पिछली सरकारें कानून बनाने में गर्व महसूस करती थीं। मैंने फैसला किया है हम उन कानूनों को खत्म करेंगे, जो अनावश्यक हो गए हैं: प्रधानमंत्री"

On the evening of Tuesday 23rd September 2014 the Prime Minister landed to a warm welcome at HAL airport, Bengaluru. He was received by the Governor of Karnataka Shri Vajubhai Vala, Karnataka CM Shri Siddaramaiah, Union Ministers Shri Ananth Kumar, Shri Sadananda Gowda, senior BJP leader Shri BS Yeddyurappa among others.

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After his arrival in Bengaluru, the Prime Minister addressed BJP Karyakartas at a public meeting. Thanking the people of Karnataka he said, “Through your support you have placed a strong and stable Government in Delhi, a Government with a complete majority. That is why I am here to thank you.”

The Prime Minister made a clarion call to the people to join the mass movement for a Clean India. He pointed, “On 2nd October we will start a mass movement for cleanliness. I myself will set out with a broom. We cannot let India remain unclean.” PM urged the nation to devote  atleast 100 hours a year towards cleanliness.

During the speech the Prime Minister also talked at length about the Jan Dhan Yojana and how it will benefit several people across India. He said that the Government and the banks must work for the poor. He reiterated the commitment of the Government towards creating a skilled India. He also said, “Earlier Governments took pride in making laws. I have decided that we have to end laws that are redundant.”

He affirmed that the need of the hour is to provide jobs to the youth and expressed confidence in the abilities of our youngsters to take the nation ahead.

Others present on the occasion included Karnataka BJP President and Lok Sabha MP Shri Prahlad Joshi, former Minister Shri R Ashok among others.

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