PM Narendra Modi addresses a public meeting in Hyderabad, Telangana

Published By : Admin | November 7, 2023 | 16:44 IST
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Continuing his election campaigning spree, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at a public rally in Hyderabad, Telangana, where he conveyed his heartfelt greetings to the people of the state. He acknowledged that the winds that bring change can be witnessed through such public gatherings in Telangana. Also, recognising a message that diverse people from every corner of Telangana brought along, PM Modi said, “The trust of Telangana is now with the BJP.”

PM Modi spoke about the foundational issues that led to the formation of Telangana - water, money, and employment. He expressed his concerns, saying that on all three fronts, the people of Telangana had been let down. The state government consistently ignored BC (Backward Class) interests despite the significant OBC, SC, and ST populations in Telangana, the PM added.

PM Modi also highlighted the presence of a ‘C team’ of the BRS in the form of the Congress and noted the absence of BC aspirations in the Congress’ agenda. He said, “Congress and BRS share three common things in their DNA. One is dynasty, the second is corruption, and the third is nepotism. Corruption thrives in the shelter of these dynastic parties, and opportunities are only available to their relatives. Driven by the mentality of dynasty, BRS and Congress will never let any BC become the Chief Minister here.”

The Prime Minister emphasised the BJP’s commitment to the upliftment and representation of OBC communities across the country. He said, “When BJP had the opportunity, it appointed Droupadi Murmu from the Adivasi community as the President. Dynastic parties never let any Dalit, backward, or Adivasi rise to prominence. Today, BJP is the only party in the country that provides the most representation to the OBC community.”

“In the Union government, there are 27 OBC ministers, the highest since independence. Currently, BJP has 85 OBC Members of Parliament in the country. In the country, the BJP has 365 OBC members in various state legislative assemblies. There are 65 OBC members in the legislative councils associated with BJP in the country today,” the PM added.

Drawing attention towards the lack of opportunities for youth in Telangana by the state government, PM Modi said, “You can witness it yourselves that in Telangana, the necessary resources are not provided to uplift the backward class. The Telangana government is not serious about providing jobs to the youth of the backward class. Even for the skill development of the youth from the backward class, the Telangana government does not pay as much attention.”

Furthermore, PM Modi underscored the significance of the Vishwakarma community and said, “Without the Vishwakarma community, daily life survival is impossible. Our potters, goldsmiths, carpenters, and many more belong to the BC community. For such people, the BJP government has created the PM Vishwakarma Yojana. Under this scheme, 13,000 crores will be spent on our Vishwakarma brothers and sisters. This will help them improve their standard of living and alleviate various troubles in their lives.”

PM Modi said, “I understand poverty; I lived in poverty and decided I would not let poor children sleep without food. Today, 80 crore people are being given free ration and I have decided that this free ration scheme will be extended for the next 5 years.”

Coming down heavily on the state government, PM Modi said, “In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the people of Telangana had responded to such an arrogant CM with the power of their votes. In this frustration, the leaders here keep abusing Modi. BRS’s corruption links are linked to Delhi’s liquor scam. When the agencies started investigating their corruption, these people started abusing the investigating agencies too.”

Continuing his attack, he said, “BRS and Congress are not different. BRS is following the model of nepotism and corruption developed by Congress over seven decades. The intention of both of them together is to loot the property of the state. Both these parties are busy promoting their sons and daughters; they do not care about your sons and daughters.”

PM Modi also stated, “The Telangana government’s actions represent the biggest betrayal of the youth. For the past nine years, students preparing for the TS-PSC exam have experienced nothing but deception. These students have patiently waited for years for the exam to take place, and when it was finally announced, the question paper was leaked. The failure of BRS has severely ruined the future of an entire generation in Telangana.”

“BRS has also betrayed the farmers of the state. The farmers here understand very well the game played by the government by promising to waive off loans up to Rs 1 lakh. This is the BJP government, which takes care of every interest of its farmers. Under PM Kisan Samman Yojana, we have sent Rs 9,000 crores to the farmers directly into their bank accounts. This has directly benefited 35 lakh farmers of Telangana,” he added.

Concluding his speech, PM Modi said, “Today, along with the people of Telangana, the entire country is looking at the goal of a developed India by 2047. The BJP government is committed to ensuring rapid industrial development in Telangana and providing employment to its youth. The BJP government will work for the development of Telangana in every field. For this, a double-engine government is necessary in Telangana.”

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Prime Minister will visit Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh on 22nd and 23rd February, 2024.

On 22nd February, at around 10:45 AM, in Ahmedabad, Prime Minister will participate in the Golden Jubilee celebration of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF). At around 12:45 PM, Prime Minister will reach Mahesana and perform pooja and darshan at Valinath Mahadev Temple. At around 1 PM, Prime Minister will participate in a public function in Tarabh, Mahesana where he will dedicate to nation and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 8,350 crore. At around 4:15 PM, Prime Minister will reach Navsari, where he will dedicate to nation, lay the foundation stone and initiate work commencement of multiple development projects worth about Rs 17,500 crore. At around 6:15 PM, Prime Minister will visit the Kakrapar Atomic Power Station and dedicate to nation two new Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs).

On 23rd February, Prime Minister will participate in a programme for prize distribution to the winners of Sansad Sanskrit Pratiyogita at Swatantra Sabhagar, BHU, Varanasi. At 11:15 AM, Prime Minister will perform pooja and darshan at Sant Guru Ravidas Janmasthali. At 11:30 AM, Prime Minister will attend a public function commemorating the 647th birth anniversary of Sant Guru Ravidas. At 1:45 pm, Prime Minister will attend a public function where he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth Rs 13,000 crore in Varanasi.

PM in Gujarat

Prime Minister will participate in the Golden Jubilee celebration of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF). The Golden Jubilee celebration of GCMMF will witness participation of more than 1.25 lakh farmers at Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad. GCMMF is a testimony of the resilience of cooperatives, their entrepreneurial spirit and strong determination of farmers, which has made Amul the one of the strongest dairy brands in the world.

At the two public functions in Gujarat at Mahesana and Navsari, Prime Minister will dedicate to nation and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 22,850 crore. The projects will encompass important sectors like road, rail, energy, health, internet connectivity, urban development, water supply, tourism etc in districts like Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Banaskantha, Anand, Mahesana, Kachchh, Kheda, Bharuch, Tapi, Vadodara, Surat, Navsari, Panchmahal, Valsad, and Narmada.

At public function in Tarabh, Mahesana, Prime Minister will dedicate to nation important projects including Bharat Net Phase-II - Gujarat Fibre Grid Network Limited, which will provide high-speed internet to more than 8000 gram panchayats; multiple projects for rail line doubling, gauge conversion, new broad-gauge line in districts of Mahesana and Banaskantha; multiple road projects in Kheda, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, and Mahesana; Main academic building of Gujarat Biotechnology University at Gandhinagar; multiple water supply projects in Banaskantha, among others.

During the programme, Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of several important projects including new district level Hospital & Ayurvedic Hospital in Anand district; development of Rinchhadiya Mahadev Temple and Lake at Ambaji region in Banaskantha; multiple road projects in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, Banaskantha, and Mahesana; Runway of Air Force Station, Deesa; Human and Biological Science Gallery in Ahmedabad; Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre (GBRC) new building at GIFT city; multiple projects for improving water supply in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad and Banaskantha, among others.

At public function in Navsari, Prime Minister will dedicate to nation several development projects including multiple packages of Vadodara Mumbai Expressway; multiple road projects in Bharuch, Navsari, Valsad; rural drinking water supply project in Tapi; underground drainage project in Bharuch, among others. Prime Minister will also initiate work commencement for construction of PM Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel (PM MITRA) Park in Navsari.

During the programme, Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of important projects including construction of Bharuch-Dahej access controlled expressway; multiple projects at S.S.G. Hospital, Vadodara; Regional science centre in Vadodara; projects for railway gauge conversion in Surat, Vadodara and Panchmahal; multiple road projects in Bharuch, Navsari and Surat; several water supply schemes in Valsad, school and hostel building and other projects in Narmada district, among others.

Prime Minister will dedicate to nation two new Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs) at Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) Unit 3 and Unit 4. Built by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL), at a cost of more than Rs 22,500 crore, the KAPS-3 and KAPS-4 projects have cumulative capacity of 1400 (700*2) MW and are the largest indigenous PHWRs. They are first of its kind reactors and with advanced safety features comparable with the best in the world. Together, these two reactors will produce about 10.4 billion units of clean electricity per year and benefit consumers of multiple states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, MP, Chhattisgarh, Goa and UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.

PM in Varanasi

Since 2014, the Prime Minister has focused on transforming Varanasi and its adjoining areas by initiating a number of development projects catering to important sectors such as road, rail, aviation, tourism, education, health, drinking water, urban development, and sanitation. Taking another step in this direction, Prime Minister will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 13,000 crore in Varanasi.

To further enhance road connectivity of Varanasi, Prime Minister will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of multiple road projects including four laning of Ghargra-Bridge-Varanasi section of NH-233; four laning of Sultanpur-Varanasi section of NH-56, Package-1; six laning of phase-1 of Varanasi-Aurangabad section of NH-19; four laning of Package-1 Varanasi-Hanumana section on NH-35; and ROB on Varanasi- Jaunpur rail section near Babatpur. He will also lay the foundation stone of construction of Varanasi-Ranchi-Kolkata Expressway Package-1.

For providing impetus to industrial development in the region, Prime Minister will inaugurate LPG Bottling Plant by HPCL in Sewapuri; Banas Kashi Sankul milk processing unit in UPSIDA Agro Park Karkhiyaon; various infrastructure work at UPSIDA Agro Park, Karkhiyaon; and silk fabric printing common facility centre for weavers.

Prime Minister will inaugurate multiple urban development projects in Varanasi including Urban waste to Charcoal Plant by NTPC at Ramana; upgradation of water supply network in sis-Varuna area; and online effluent monitoring and SCADA automation of STPs and Sewerage Pumping Stations. Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of multiple projects for beautification of Varanasi including the projects for rejuvenation of ponds and redevelopment of parks; and for design and development of 3-D Urban Digital map and database.

Prime Minister will also inaugurate multiple projects related to tourism and spiritual tourism in Varanasi. The projects include redevelopment of public facilities at five Padavs of Panchkoshi Parikrama Marg and Pavan Path with ten spiritual yatra; launching of electric catamaran vessel provided by Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) for Varanasi & Ayodhya; and seven change rooms floating jetties and four community jetties. The Electric catamaran will enhance the tourism experience in Ganges with use of green energy. Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone of thirteen community jetties of IWAI at various cities and quick pontoon opening mechanism at Ballia.

Providing impetus to the famous textile sector of Varanasi, Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) in Varanasi. The new institute will strengthen the education and training infrastructure of the textile sector.

Augmenting the health infrastructure in Varanasi, Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of a new Medical College in Varanasi. He will also lay the foundation stone of National Centre of Ageing at BHU. Prime Minister will inaugurate the Sigra Sports Stadium Phase-1 and District Rifle Shooting Range, a step towards strengthening the sports infrastructure in the city.

In the prize distribution ceremony at Swatantrata Sabhagar, Banaras Hindu University, Prime Minister will award the winners of Kashi Sansad Gyan Pratiyogita, Kashi Sansad Photography Pratiyogita and Kashi Sansad Sanskrit Pratiyogita. He will also distribute books, uniform sets, music instruments and merit scholarships to Sanskrit students of Varanasi. He will also visit Kashi Sansad Photography Pratiyogita gallery and interact with the participants with their photograph entries on the theme of “Sanwarti Kashi”.

At the Sant Guru Ravidas Janmasthali temple at Seer Govardhanpur near BHU, Prime Minister will inaugurate the newly installed statue of Sant Ravidas in adjoining Ravidas park. He will inaugurate various development works around Sant Ravidas Janmasthali worth about Rs 32 crore and lay the foundation stone for Sant Ravidas Museum and beautification of the park worth about Rs 62 crore.