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BJP was born from the Indian ethos, from its indegenous cultural heritage and principles: PM Modi in Odisha
The BJD government has long neglected the people’s interests and so the people are eager to get rid of its lax governance: PM Modi
Both the Congress and BJD see poor as their votebank and gain political mileage if the poor remains poor: Prime Minister Modi

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed two major public meetings in Sundargarh and Sonepur in Odisha today.

Extending his wishes to the people on the beginning of ‘Navratri’ today, PM Modi said, “Today is a special day because today is also the 39th year of foundation of the BJP. Our party was carved out from the millions of aspirations of Indians and still exists on the hardwork of its karyakarta, not on ‘paisa’ or ‘parivar.’ The BJP was not created out of foreign ideologies or muscular power or money power. BJP was born from India’s thoughts, from the Indian cultural thought. That is why we say that BJP is a party with a difference.” 

Describing how the 21st century ‘New India’ is brimming with young, aspirational minds, Prime Minister Modi said, “Our party with its motto ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ is providing equitable opportunities for progress to everyone and that is what every government must do. No country in this century can afford politics that divides people on the basis of caste, religion or geography. This is what characterises our ‘New India’ as it is not only rapidly growing but also strongly responding to any attacks made against it. Everybody has seen that India hits its enemies where it hurts them the most.” 

 Taking on the BJD state government that has been ruling Odisha for decades, PM Modi said, “The BJD government has neglected the interests of the people of Odisha for a long time now and it is clear that the people want to get rid of such a government. It is unfortunate that the BJD has not implemented major schemes started by the Centre over political differences, while completely overriding the welfare of the people. The decision to not implement Ayushman Bharat has affected millions of poor people who could otherwise be given medical treatments for free, similarly, the government here has also betrayed its farmers by not giving them one and half times MSP for their produce which the Central government gives to farmers across the country.” 

 

 

Further lashing out at the Congress party for its false promises on poverty elimination, Prime Minister Modi said, “Both the Congress and the BJD see the poor as their votebank and so they get political capital if poor remain poor forever. This is why such a culturally rich state of Odisha has been lacking behind in development for so many years now. The Congress divided the country on the basis of developing some regions while other regions were left out, which created the conditions for naxals and maoists to gain ground. The Congress leaders love to make tall promises of eliminating poverty since decades but never take any genuine steps to reduce and eliminate poverty. This is why the people of Odisha and the country do not trust the policies or the leaders of such parties anymore.”

Click here to read full text speech of Sundergarh

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Foreign Minister of Maldives, Abdulla Shahid calls on Prime Minister
December 13, 2019
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Mr. Abdulla Shahid, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Maldives, called on Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in New Delhi today. Mr. Abdulla Shahid is on an official visit to India for the 6th India-Maldives Joint Commission Meeting.

Prime Minister conveyed his compliments to FM Shahid on the achievement of the Government led by President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih in its first year. He noted with satisfaction the enhanced level of engagement between India and Maldives and the positive outcomes of bilateral cooperation during the last one year.  He expressed his confidence that the discussions during the 6th JCM would enable both sides to review progress and chart even a more ambitious way forward to further strengthen and deepen the mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries. Prime Minister Modi reiterated India’s commitment to partner the Government of the Maldives for a strong, democratic, prosperous and peaceful Maldives.

Foreign Minister Shahid thanked PM Modi for his vision and strong leadership in driving the India-Maldives relationship. He expressed his deep appreciation for India’s support in various development cooperation initiatives that are currently being implemented in Maldives. He conveyed the commitment of the leadership of Maldives to its ‘India First’ policy and to further strengthening the relationship with India.