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നയം, ഉദ്ദേശ്യങ്ങൾ, വിശ്വസ്തത, നേതൃത്വം: എങ്ങനെയാണ് ബിജെപി യുപിയിലെ ജനങ്ങളുടെ ഹൃദയം കീഴടക്കുന്നതെന്ന് പ്രധാനമന്ത്രി മോദി
2012-17 കാലയളവിൽ ജൗൻപൂരിലെ നഗരപ്രദേശങ്ങളിൽ ഒരു വീട് മാത്രമാണ് നിർമ്മിച്ചത്, 2017 മുതൽ ബിജെപി സർക്കാരിന് കീഴിൽ 30,000 വീടുകൾ അനുവദിച്ചു, 15000 വീടുകൾ ഇതിനകം നിർമ്മിച്ചു: പ്രധാനമന്ത്രി മോദി
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed public meetings in Jaunpur and Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh. Addressing the gathering, PM Modi highlighted the special friendship of BJP with the people of Jaunpur. PM Modi iterated that people should ensure that the BJP remains in power for the development to continue in the state. PM Modi said, “These ‘Pariwarvadis’ had left the people of Purvanchal without any support. This is the first time after independence when the voice of the people of Purvanchal is resonating strongly from Delhi to Lucknow.”


PM Modi spoke on how the BJP government is winning the hearts of the people of UP. PM Modi said “Policy, Intentions, Loyalty & Leadership…these are the reasons”. PM Modi further added the intentions of BJP is one of all-inclusiveness, the policies are one to reach the right and the last beneficiary available, loyalty is towards the welfare of the citizens and the leadership is one that is honest, capable and sensitive to the poor. PM Modi also brought people’s attention to how Jaunpur was in the clutches of the Mafia earlier where they burnt the houses of the poor.


Talking about the Double Engine Sarkar’s efforts during the pandemic, PM Modi said, “Our government sent money directly to the bank accounts of our mothers-sisters, farmers, labourers in times of their need. When the poor, dalits and backward families needed ration, we started the scheme of giving free ration to all”. PM Modi also iterated on India’s vaccination drive and how the opposition had defamed the Made-in-India vaccine, making the crisis far more serious.


Hitting out at the opposition, PM Modi said “These gross ‘Pariwarvadis’ can never fulfil the dreams of the poor. The single motto of these ‘Mafiawaadi’ people is to loot UP and crush the dreams of the poor”. PM Modi added, “5 years ago, I used to send letters to them (opposition) from Delhi asking them to work fast on the housing for the poor but they were busy filling their own safes”. PM Modi further said that during 2012-17, only 1 house in urban areas of Jaunpur was built, but under BJP government since 2017, 30,000 houses have been sanctioned and 15000 have already been built. These houses also have toilets, gas connections, electricity connections and tap water.


PM Modi talked about the changing landscape of health infrastructure in Jaunpur. PM Modi said, “We have given the facility of free treatment up to Rs 5 lakh, and we are building big hospitals. When Jaunpur Medical College starts serving fully, then the poor, dalits, backward and middle class will benefit the most”. PM Modi also spoke on how the fees for private medical colleges are being trimmed to keep them at par with the government medical colleges.


Also, PM Modi addressed how electricity is now available 24/7 in the district and how the aspirations of all people living in UP can only be realised through the efforts of the Double Engine Sarkar.

The campaigning in Uttar Pradesh has gained momentum as Prime Minister Modi addressed two mega rallies in Jaunpur and Chandauli. Addressing his second public meeting in Chandauli, PM Modi said, “In the last 7 years, BJP has done two big things which have changed the politics of the country. The first thing is that instead of vote bank politics, we have started politics of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas. Secondly, instead of making empty announcements, we took the government schemes to the poor who need them the most.”


Training his guns on the opposition, PM Modi said, “These Parivarwadis are still stuck in the old politics of alliance with some politicians and mafias. But the BJP's alliance is with lakhs of poor, dalits, backwards of Chandauli, whom we did not allow to go hungry during the corona pandemic. To whom we are ensuring free ration for the last 2 years.”


He further added, “BJP's alliance is with every citizen of Chandauli, to whom we have vaccinated against Covid-19 for free. BJP's alliance is with those 14,000 poor families of Chandauli, to whom we have given a pucca house. BJP's alliance is with those 2.5 lakh poor sisters and daughters of Chandauli, to whom we have provided free gas connections.”


Talking about farmers’ welfare, PM Modi remarked, “Our government is taking full care of the needs of the farmers. Wheat and paddy were procured from only 12,000 farmers of Chandauli when these ghastly dynasts were in power. But Yogi ji's government has bought paddy and wheat from about 50,000 farmers. For whatever purchase is being done, the money goes directly into the bank account of the farmers. Also, under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, about 400 crore rupees have been deposited in the bank account of the farmers of Chandauli. Over 2 lakh small farmers here were benefitted from this scheme.” PM Modi also talked about the benefits farmers are getting from the sale of black rice.

Concluding his speech in Chandauli, PM Modi said, “This time Holi starts from 10th March, for this you all have to get together. You have to vote for BJP and its allies in large numbers in the upcoming phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.”

 

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PM Modi lays foundation stone & dedicates development projects in Bhavnagar, Gujarat
September 29, 2022
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The Prime Minister lays foundation stone of the World’s First CNG Terminal
PM also inaugurates the Regional Science Centre in Bhavnagar
PM inaugurates various other projects including package 7 of Sauni Yojna link 2, 25 MW Palitana Solar PV Project, APPL Container project
PM lays foundation stone of projects including package 9 of Sauni Yohna link 2, Chorvadla Zone water supply project
“In its journey of 300 years, Bhavnagar has made a steady growth and has made its mark as the cultural capital of Saurashtra”
“In the last two decades, sincere efforts have been made to make Gujarat's coastline the gateway to India's prosperity”
“Bhavnagar is emerging as a shining example of port-led development”
“Lothal is the oldest port in the world and the construction of Lothal Maritime Museum will create a new identity for the place”
“Along the lines of empowerment of farmers, credit cards were issued to fishermen”
“Supporting those who have been left behind is a commitment of the double-engine government”
“Dreams and aspirations of the poor give me the energy to work continuously”

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of projects worth over ₹5200 crores in Bhavnagar today. The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of the World’s First CNG Terminal and of the brownfield port at Bhavnagar. The Prime Minister also inaugurated the Regional Science Centre which is spread over 20 acres and has been built at a cost of around ₹100 crores. During the programme, the Prime Minister also inaugurated various other projects including package 7 of Sauni Yojna link 2, 25 MW Palitana Solar PV Project, APPL Container (Aawadkrupa Plastomech Pvt. Ltd.) project; and laid the foundation stone of projects including package 9 of Sauni Yohna link 2, Chorvadla Zone water supply project among others.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister thanked the people for coming to the event in such a large number despite the warm weather. He said, on one hand, when the country is celebrating 75 years of independence, Bhavnagar has completed 300 years of its establishment. In this journey of 300 years, Bhavnagar has made steady growth and has made its mark as the cultural capital of Saurashtra. This development journey of Bhavnagar will get a new momentum through the projects being launched and planned today. He said that he is of the firm belief that Rajkot-Jamnagar-Bhavnagar area will soon have the same aura as Surat-Vadodara-Ahmedabad. He said that Bhavnagar has immense potential in industry, agriculture and business. Today's event is a living example of the efforts of the double-engine government in this direction.

The Prime Minister remarked that Bhavnagar is a district situated on the coast and Gujarat has the longest coastline in the country. But due to the lack of attention to coastal development in the post-independence decades, this vast coastline had become a kind of big challenge for the people. Highlighting the work done by the double-engine government, the Prime Minister remarked that in the last two decades, the government has made sincere efforts to make Gujarat's coastline the gateway to India's prosperity. “We have developed many ports in Gujarat, modernized many ports”, the Prime Minister added, “New opportunities for employment were created.” The Prime Minister pointed out that Gujarat was the first state in the country to get an LNG terminal and today, Gujarat has three LNG terminals.

Throwing light on the importance of the coastal ecosystem, the Prime Minister remarked that the government has played a key role in developing coastal industries and energy networks for these industries. Fishing harbours were constructed and fish processing was promoted for the benefit of the fishermen's community. Mangrove forests were also developed in the area. Shri Modi also commented that the then government in the Center had said that many lessons can be learnt from Gujarat about how to develop a coastal area. The Prime Minister also said that the government has taken key steps to take aquaculture forward. Remarking on the coastline of Gujarat, the Prime Minister said that it has become a medium of employment for lakhs of people today besides playing a big role in the import and export of the country. “Today, Gujarat's coastline is emerging as synonymous with renewable energy and the hydrogen ecosystem”, he continued, “We have tried to make Saurashtra a centre of energy. Today, whatever be the energy needs of the country, this region is becoming an important hub of that.”

The Prime Minister underlined that the port of Bhavnagar will play a big role in building a self-reliant India and create hundreds of new employment opportunities in the state. “There will be an expansion of business related to storage, transportation and logistics”, Shri Modi added. Referring to the legacy of the Alang Ship breaking yard, the Prime Minister said that the biggest beneficiary of the Vehicle Scrappage Policy will be Bhavnagar. He also underlined the related opportunities of container building from the scrapped iron.

Remarking on Lothal being an important centre of our heritage, the Prime Minister said that it is the oldest port in the world and the construction of Lothal Maritime Museum will create a new identity for the place. The Prime Minister also pointed out that work is being carried out at a rapid pace to bring it on the tourism map of the whole world. “Along with Lothal, the eco-tourism circuit in Velavadar National Park is also going to benefit Bhavnagar, especially small businesses”, the Prime Minister added. Shri Modi recalled a time when the fishermen of the area had to face life-threatening situations due to a lack of awareness. Recalling the time when the Prime Minister was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he said that a special red basket with several buttons was handed out to the fisherman. In times of an emergency, the fisherman had to press the button to summon the coast guard office for assistance or help. The Prime Minister further added that subsidies have been provided to the fishermen to improve the condition of their boats. “Along the lines of empowerment of farmers, credit cards were issued to fishermen”, Shri Modi said.

The Prime Minister expressed satisfaction with the changes that have been brought about after the implementation of the Sauni Yojna which began in Rajkot. Emphasizing the relentless progress of the project despite initial cynicism in some quarters, the Prime Minister said “today, the Sauni Yojna is taking Narmada to all the places where it is supposed to go at a meteoric pace”. The Prime Minister highlighted that the projects that have been inaugurated today will take the waters of the Narmada river to many districts of Bhavnagar and Amreli. Shri Modi pointed out that it will immensely benefit the farmers of several villages of Gariadhar, Jesar and Mahuva talukas of Bhavnagar, along with Rajula and Khambha talukas of Amreli district. “Work has also started today to reach hundreds of villages and dozens of cities in Bhavnagar, Gir Somnath, Amreli, Botad, Junagadh, Rajkot and Porbandar districts”, the Prime Minister added.

In concluding the address, the Prime Minister said that supporting those who have been left behind is a commitment of the double-engine government. When the poorest of the poor get resources and dignity, they overpower poverty by the dint of hard work and perseverance. The Prime Minister remarked, “In Gujarat, we often organize Garib Kalyan Melas. During one such program, I handed over a tricycle to a sister here in Bhavnagar. Then that sister told me that I have never driven a tricycle. So give electric tricycle only. This faith and these dreams of the poor are my strength even today. These dreams, these aspirations of the poor give me the energy to work continuously.”

The Prime Minister recalled his long association with Bhavnagar and remembered his old associates and went down memory lane. He said that today’s projects will contribute to the bright future of Bhavnagar. He thanked the people for their ever-growing affection for him.

Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Bhupendra Patel, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Shri Mansukh Mandaviya, Member of Parliament, Shri C R Patil, Dr Bhartiben Shiyal and Shri Naranbhai Kacchadiya were those present on the occasion among others.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of projects worth over ₹5200 crores in Bhavnagar. The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of the World’s First CNG Terminal and of brownfield port at Bhavnagar. The port will be developed at a cost of over ₹4000 crores and will have the state-of-the-art infrastructure for the world’s first CNG Terminal along with the world’s fourth largest lock gate system. In addition to the CNG Terminal, the port will also cater to the future needs and demands of various upcoming projects in the region. The port will have an ultra-modern Container Terminal, Multipurpose Terminal, and Liquid Terminal with direct door-step connectivity to the existing roadway and railway network. It will not only lead to economic benefits in terms of cost saving in handling cargo but also generate employment for people in the region. Also, the CNG Import Terminal will provide an additional alternate source of energy to meet the growing demands for clean energy.

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi also inaugurated the Regional Science Centre in Bhavnagar, which is spread over 20 acres and has been built at a cost of around ₹100 crores. The centre has several theme-based galleries including Marine Aquatic gallery, Automobile gallery, Nobel Prize gallery - Physiology and Medicine, Electro-Mechanics gallery, and Biology Science gallery. The centre will also provide a creative platform for discovery and exploration for children through outdoor installations like animatronic dinosaurs, science theme-based toy trains, nature exploration tours, motion simulators, portable solar observatories etc.

During the programme, the Prime Minister also inaugurated various other projects including package 7 of Sauni Yojna link 2, 25 MW Palitana Solar PV Project, APPL Container (Aawadkrupa Plastomech Pvt. Ltd.) project; and laid the foundation stone of projects including package 9 of Sauni Yohna link 2, Chorvadla Zone water supply project among others.

The inauguration and foundation stone of these wide-ranging developmental projects reflect the commitment of the Prime Minister to develop world-class infrastructure, enhance urban mobility and improve multi-modal connectivity. It also showcases the continuous focus of his government on enhancing the ease of living of the common man.