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Watch : Shri Narendra Modi addressing a Public Meeting in Madhepura, Bihar

Addressing a large crowd of supporters at the ‘Bharat Vijay rallies’ in Madhepura, Madhubani and Darbhanga, in Bihar, on the afternoon of 24th April, Shri Narendra Modi reinforced the BJP’s emphasis on adapting good governance and ensuring the development of the Nation and its people. Shri Modi also stated how the country had been ruined under the Congress’ rule and appealed to the people to support the NDA alliance for a strong and stable government at the Centre.

From the Congress’ apathy towards working for the people to its divisive and destructive politics that had ruined the Nation, Shri Modi stated how the country had witnessed a never-before-seen-low under the current Central government. From their indifference to farmer suicides to their unconcern for the unemployed youth, Shri Modi cited various aspects of national concern which were never addressed by the Congress.

Shri Modi further emphasized on the BJP’s focus of developing policies for peoples’ welfare and spoke of the initiative to link rivers and provide a feasible Minimum Support Price for the farmers, which could improve their economic condition.

Shri Modi conveyed apologies for reaching the rally venue late, and spoke of how the delay was caused owing to the magnanimity of the people of Varanasi – the city he had visited in the morning to file his nomination papers.

Appreciating the impressive turnout in the past phases of the Polls, Shri Modi spoke of how the voting till now had affirmed the ousted of the Congress, and urged those who were yet to vote to take the lead and vote towards forming a strong and stable government at the Centre. Affirming the wipe out of the Congress and its allies in the 2014 Elections, Shri Modi urged the people, especially the youth, to vote for the NDA alliance and bring the change the Nation deserves.

Watch : Shri Narendra Modi addressing a massive rally in Darbhanga, Bihar

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The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi interacted with participants of Toycathon-2021 today via video conferencing. Union Ministers Shri Piyush Goyal and Shri Sanjay Dhotre were present on the occasion.  

Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that in the last 5-6 years, youth of the nation has been connected with the key challenges of the country through the platform of Hackathons. Thinking behind this is to organize the capabilities of the country and to give them a medium, he said.

Apart from the importance of toys as the first friend of the children, the Prime Minister also emphasized the economic aspects of toys and gaming, he called it ‘Toyconomy’. The Prime Minister said that global toy market is about 100 billion dollars and India haveonly 1.5 per cent of this market. India imports almost 80 per cent of its toys. This means that crores of rupees are being drained out of the country.

This needs to change, said the Prime Minister. Shri Modi underlined that, beyond numbers, this sector has the capacity to bring progress and growth to the neediest segments of society. Toy industry has its ownsmall-scale industry, artisans comprising of rural population, dalits, poor people and tribal population. The Prime Minister singled out the contribution of women in the sector. In order to take the benefits to these segments, we need be vocal for local toys.

The PM called for new models of innovation and financing to make Indian toys competitive at the global level. There is a need for new ideas to be incubated, new start-ups promoted, taking new technology to traditional toy makers and creating new market demand. This is the inspiration behind events like Toyacathon, the Prime Minister said.