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The entire nation witnessed the lawlessness and violence that were unleashed by the TMC hooligans in Kolkata last night: PM Modi
The more violence and brutality Mamata Didi thrusts upon BJP karyakartas, the stronger their resolve becomes to defeat her with their votes: PM Modi in Bengal
Our top priority after these elections will be to strengthen border security in Bengal with the help of modern fencing technologies: Prime Minister Modi 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed two massive rallies in Basirhat and Diamond Harbour in West Bengal this evening. The rallies saw PM Modi launch a fierce attack on the ruling TMC government and CM Mamata Bannerjee for unleashing politically-sponsored violence against BJP workers and leaders for merely being political adversaries.

Lashing out at the TMC government of CM Mamata Bannerjee, PM Modi said, “The entire nation witnessed the lawlessness and violence that were unleashed by the TMC hooligans in Kolkata last night and the incidents have further strengthened the resolve of BJP Karyakartas and the people in Bengal to bring about a change in the corrupt and autocratic regime in Bengal. The more violence and brutality Mamata Didi thrusts upon BJP karyakartas, the stronger their resolve becomes to defeat her with their votes in these elections. The expiry date of TMC hooliganism has long passed.”

 

Elaborating on his vision for the development of Bengal in the coming times, Prime Minister Modi spoke at length about the issue of illegal migrants crossing from neighbouring Bangladesh and criticized the Mamata government’s handling of the issue. He added that by allowing illegal migration to take place on a large scale, the ruling TMC government had greatly degraded the quality of living for the residents of Bengal with crime, corruption and hooliganism steeply rising in Gurudev Tagore’s great land of peace and prosperity. He said, “Our top priority after these elections will be to strengthen border security in Bengal with the help of modern fencing technologies so that this wave of illegal migration can be stopped. Furthermore, the BJP will focus on reviving the great cultural traditions and ideals that have been throttled by years of poor, corrupt rule by the left and then the TMC.”

 

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In a first of its kind initiative, PM to interact with Heads of Indian Missions abroad and stakeholders of the trade & commerce sector on 6th August
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will interact with Heads of Indian Missions abroad along with stakeholders of the trade & commerce sector of the country on 6 August, 2021 at 6 PM, via video conferencing. The event will mark a clarion call by the Prime Minister for ‘Local Goes Global - Make in India for the World’.

Exports have a huge employment generation potential, especially for MSMEs and high labour-intensive sectors, with a cascading effect on the manufacturing sector and the overall economy. The purpose of the interaction is to provide a focussed thrust to leverage and expand India’s export and its share in global trade.

The interaction aims to energise all stakeholders towards expanding our export potential and utilizing the local capabilities to fulfil the global demand.

Union Commerce Minister and External Affairs Minister will also be present during the interaction. The interaction will also witness participation of Secretaries of more than twenty departments, state government officials, members of Export Promotion Councils and Chambers of Commerce.