PM Narendra Modi addresses public meetings in Toorpan and Nirmal, Telangana

Published By : Admin | November 26, 2023 | 14:15 IST
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During the spirited political rallies held in Toopran and Nirmal, Telangana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a diverse array of issues crucial to the forthcoming state assembly elections. PM Modi, while emphasizing the importance of addressing the needs of the people of Telangana, raised pertinent questions about the incumbent CM KCR’s governance and the promises made by his government.

PM Modi began by questioning KCR’s decision to contest from another constituency, highlighting the presence of BJP’s candidate Eatala Rajender as a significant reason. He also pointed to the discontent among farmers and the poor, citing the irrigation project named after Bhagwan Mallikarjun that has adversely affected the lives of many. PM Modi accused KCR of neglecting the plight of those who lost their homes and lands due to this project.

The Prime Minister further criticized KCR for his alleged habit of making promises with false intentions, listing various broken commitments. He said, “KCR’s promise of a Dalit CM remained unfulfilled, the Dalit Bandhu scheme was not implemented as pledged, employment for the youth, and promise of water to farmers was allegedly broken.”

“KCR delivered scams instead of the promised schemes,” the PM added.

Highlighting the dynastic politics prevalent in both Congress and KCR’s BRS, PM Modi drew attention to the concentration of power within a few families. He questioned the outcomes of Congress’ long rule in Andhra Pradesh, especially in terms of representation for the BC community in the Chief Minister’s office.

Expressing concern over the lack of opportunities for talented individuals from the BC society in Telangana, PM Modi pledged, “The Bharatiya Janata Party would strive to make Telangana’s first BC Chief Minister.”

Drawing parallels between Congress and BRS, PM Modi criticized both for promoting dynastic politics and highlighted Congress’ history of corruption, ranging from the Bofors scandal to the helicopter scam.

Addressing concerns about farmers, soldiers, and youth, PM Modi contrasted the alleged deceitful practices of KCR and Congress with the BJP’s efforts to address the needs of small farmers. He emphasized the impact of the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, which has directly benefited small farmers.

 In his second rally in Nirmal, Telangana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a myriad of issues crucial to the state’s development and the forthcoming assembly elections. He voiced concerns about Telangana’s escalating debt crisis and its identity being intertwined with massive irrigation schemes worth billions. PM Modi accused Chief Minister KCR of shifting his focus away from public welfare, making his farmhouse the new residence and expressing indifference to the future of the people’s children while prioritizing his own.

The Prime Minister highlighted the significant efforts of the central government in constructing nearly two and a half lakh houses in Telangana, with a startling revelation that thousands of these houses meant for the poor have not been handed over due to alleged unjust seizures by the state government. PM Modi assured, “Under a BJP government in Telangana, these houses would promptly reach the deserving beneficiaries, and this is Modi’s guarantee.”

PM Modi also underscored the Union government’s response to the long-standing demand of turmeric farmers by announcing the formation of the ‘National Turmeric Board.’ The Telangana BJP, aligning with this commitment, has pledged in its manifesto to transform Nizamabad into a ‘Turmeric City’ and confer a Geographical Indication (GI) tag to Armor turmeric, ensuring substantial benefits for Nirmal’s turmeric farmers.

PM Modi drew attention to the disparity between the BJP’s focus on development, food parks, and textile parks and the alleged appeasement politics between BRS and Congress in Telangana. He said, “BRS has even extended appeasement to technology. Will an IT park be established in India based on religious grounds now?”

On the occasion of Constitution Day, PM Modi highlighted the disrespect shown by KCR towards the constitution crafted by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and Congress’s historical denial of the Bharat Ratna to Dr. Ambedkar. In contrast, he commended the BJP for establishing the Panchteerth dedicated to Dr. Ambedkar.

The Prime Minister stressed the necessity of a BJP government in Telangana to curb alleged land grabbing facilitated by the KCR government. He declared the next five years crucial for Telangana, urging the people to vote for the BJP in large numbers for accelerated development and progress.

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Srinagar hosted a momentous gathering under the banner of the Viksit Bharat Ambassador or VBA 2024. Held at the prestigious Radisson Collection, the event served as a unique platform, bringing together diverse voices and perspectives to foster the nation's collective advancement towards development.

Graced by the esteemed presence of Union Minister Shri Hardeep Singh Puri as the Chief Guest, the event saw the attendance of over 400 distinguished members of society, representing influencers, industry stalwarts, environmentalists, and young minds, including first-time voters. Presidents of Chambers of Commerce, Federation of Kashmir Industrial Corporation, House Boat Owners Association, and members of the writers' association were also present.

The VBA 2024 meetup began with an interesting panel discussion on Viksit Kashmir, which focused on the symbiotic relationship between industry growth and sustainable development. This was followed by an interactive session by Minister Puri, who engaged with the attendees through an engaging presentation. Another event highlight was the live doodle capture by a local artist of the discussions.

Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri discussed how India has changed in the last decade. He said India is on track to become one of the world's top three economies, surpassing Germany and Japan soon.

 

"The country is set to surpass Germany and Japan and will become the world's third-largest economy by 2027-28," he said.

 

According to official estimates, India's economy is projected to reach a remarkable $40 trillion by 2040. Presently, the economy stands at approximately $3.5 trillion.

He also stressed that India's progress is incomplete without a developed Kashmir.

 

"Bharat cannot be Viksit without a Viksit Kashmir," he said.

Hardeep Puri reflected on India's economic journey, noting that in the 1700s, India contributed a significant 25% to the global GDP. However, as experts documented, this figure gradually dwindled to a mere 2% by 1947.

 

He highlighted how India, once renowned as the 'sone ki chidiya' (golden bird), lost its economic strength during British colonial rule and continued to struggle even after gaining independence, remaining categorized under the 'Fragile Five' until 2014.

 

Puri emphasized that the true shift in India's economic trajectory commenced under the Modi government. Over the past decade, the nation has ascended from among the top 11 economies to ranking among the top 5 globally.

The Union Minister also encouraged everyone to participate in the Viksit Bharat 2047 mission, emphasizing that achieving this dream requires the active engagement and coordination of all "ambassadors" of change.

He highlighted India's rapid progress in metro network development, stating that the operational metro network spans approximately 950 kilometres. He expressed confidence that within the next 2-3 years, India's metro network will expand to become the second-largest globally, surpassing that of the United States.

 

Regarding Jammu and Kashmir, he mentioned that through the Smart project, over 68 projects totalling Rs 6,800 crores were conceptualized, with Rs 3,200 crores worth of projects already completed.

 

He further stated that Jammu and Kashmir possesses more potential than Switzerland but has faced setbacks due to man-made crises. He emphasized the Modi government's dedication to the comprehensive development of the region.

The minister highlighted a significant government policy shift from women-centred to women-led development. Drawing from his extensive experience as a diplomat spanning 39 years, he shared that when a country transitions to women-led development, there is typically a substantial GDP increase of 20-30%. 

He mentioned that the government is actively pursuing this objective, citing examples such as the Awas Yojana, where houses are registered in the names of women household members, and the implementation of 33% reservation for women in elected bodies as part of this broader mission. 

He also provided insight into the transformative impact of the Modi government's welfare policies on people's lives. He highlighted the Ujjwala Yojana, noting that 32 crore individuals have received LPG cylinders, a significant increase from the 14 crore connections in 2014. Additionally, he mentioned the expansion of the gas pipeline network, which has grown from 14,000 km to over 20,000 km over the past ten years.

The Vision of Viksit Bharat: 140 crore dreams, 1 purpose 

The Viksit Bharat Ambassador movement aims to encourage citizens to take responsibility for contributing to India's development. VBA meet-ups and events are being organized in various parts of the country to achieve this goal. These events provide a platform for participants to engage in constructive discussions, exchange ideas, and explore practical strategies for contributing to the movement.

Join the movement on the NaMo App: https://www.narendramodi.in/ViksitBharatAmbassador

The NaMo App: Bridging the Gap

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's app, the NaMo App, is a digital bridge that empowers citizens to participate in the Viksit Bharat Ambassador movement. The NaMo App serves as a one-stop platform for individuals to:

Join the cause: Sign up and become a Viksit Bharat Ambassador and make 10 other people

Amplify Development Stories: Access updates, news, and resources related to the movement.

Create/Join Events: Create and discover local events, meet-ups, and volunteer opportunities.

Connect/Network: Find and interact with like-minded individuals who share the vision of a developed India.

The 'VBA Event' section in the 'Onground Tasks' tab of the 'Volunteer Module' of the NaMo App allows users to stay updated with the ongoing VBA events.