On the evening of Friday 10th January 2014 Shri Narendra Modi addressed the 32nd All India Police Equestrian Meet, which was held in Ahmedabad. Shri Modi awarded medals and trophies to the winners of the various events and congratulated them for their wonderful performance.

Shri Modi spoke about the importance of horse riding and recalled the close link India’s history and its heroes such as Maharana Pratap share with horses. Shri Modi said that the Gujarat Government encourages youngsters who wish to learn horse riding. He also talked about the importance of sports in the life of an individual and pointed that the Gujarat government has set up a Sports University and every district will have a sports school. He outlined the importance of both sports and sportsmanship in his address.

He shared that Gujarat is hosting this meet after over 15 years and he extended his gratitude to the Centre for giving Gujarat the opportunity to host the meet after so many years.

Minister of State for Home Shri Rajnibhai Patel, Gujarat’s DGP and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi addresses closing ceremony of All India Police Equestrian Meet in Ahmedabad

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Prime Minister condoles passing away of former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Manohar Joshi
February 23, 2024

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has condoled the demise of former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Manohar Joshi. Shri Joshi was also Lok Sabha speaker from 2002 to 2004. Shri Modi said that as Maharashtra CM, Shri Manohar Joshi has worked tirelessly for the state’s progress. During his tenure as the Lok Sabha Speaker, Shri Joshi strove to make our Parliamentary processes more vibrant and participative, the Prime Minister further added.

In a X post, the Prime Minister said;

“Pained by the passing away of Shri Manohar Joshi Ji. He was a veteran leader who spent years in public service and held various responsibilities at the municipal, state and national level. As Maharashtra CM, he worked tirelessly for the state’s progress. He also made noteworthy contributions as a Union Minister. During his tenure as the Lok Sabha Speaker, he strove to make our Parliamentary processes more vibrant and participative. Manohar Joshi Ji will also be remembered for his diligence as a legislator, having had the honour of serving in all four legislatures. Condolences to his family and supporters. Om Shanti.”