Our B.S.F Jawans are capable of giving befitting reply to the evil designs of the Enemy Nation in the Language in which they understand better: Chief Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi

Spirit of our Jawans is very high: Chief Minister offers Sweets

Chief Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi spent the first day of the New Year -2009- with the Jawans of our Border Security Force, in the border region of Kutchcha today. Chief Minister gave compliments to the Jawans for their velour, devotion and deep commitment to their duties.

Admiring the patriotic spirit of the army men and their readiness to accept any dam challenge with courage, Chief Minister said,” Our Jawans are capable of giving befitting reply to the evil designs and motives of the enemy nation in the language in which they understand better. Gujarat and the whole nation are feeling the sense of security and peace because of your vigil and surveillance on the borders. “With tight security in place, Chief Minister visited Vighakot Border Out-Post just near Pakistan Border and the Creek area of Koteshwar today.

On the first day of the New Year, Chief Minister warmly greeted the Jawans and their family members’.”Country is safe because the army is always alert on the borders. The waking of our forces ensures calm and cool sleep of the country. Inspite of the adverse circumstances, and against the all odds, our Jawans are fully committed to the integrity and security of our motherland. The tempo and spirits are too high, “added the C.M.

Shri Narendrabhai added,” India is facing a proxy war, not the direct war. Terrorism, Naxalism, separatism, these are the new forms of the proxy-war. Immense responsibility is on your shoulder, to meet the new challenges and to tackle the fresh crisis. If we take glimpse at the death toll in proxy-war, it is really too high in comparison with the death toll in the wars against Pakistan in year 1965 and 1971. Time has come now to take a tough stance and replying the enemy nation in the language in which they understand.“

Chief Minister made it very clear that Pakistan can never face our armed forces directly, nor they have the capacity or the nerve to do so , that is why they have chosen sea routes to commit a brutal terror attack on Mumbai. Time has come to give a reply. We definitely preach peace, but our peaceful stand is being considered as our weakness. The situation warrants us to initiate strict measures to destroy the strength of the enemy.

Chief Minister made some of the important announcements to ease the hardships of the Jawans, “State Government has approved a water supply scheme for Vighakot, and the water has already reached up to Dharmashala. Within 15 days time, permanent arrangements would be made. To ensure easy communications between the army men and their family members, State would pursue the Union Government in this regard. State Government will provide 20 Television Sets and Dish antennas. 66 K.V electricity supply from Vighakot Substation.”

“By destroying the terror networks, which are setting their eyes on prosperous Gujarat, we have to take urgent measures to annihilate terrorism. The 5.5 Crore Gujaraties are with you, in your stern actions against the proxy war. It is the duty of men in uniform or the ordinary citizens to realise the dreams of our country. Your spirit is really amazing jaw -dropping. Gujarat is safe due to your alert surveillances,”added C.M.

Chief Minister observed the Vighakot Pillar post and the wire fencing at the borders. He distributed sweets among the Jawans.

Inspector General of the B.S.F G.S. Shekhavat felicitated the C.M for his unique and innovative initiative to boost the morale of the Jawans. He said,” The vision and commitment of Shri Modiji to place Gujarat at the pinnacle of progress and prosperity, and the special security measures taken by him in the border region is really inspiring one.”

Principal Secretary to the C.M Shri K.Kailashnathan, D.G.P.Shri P.C.Pandey, D.I.G-B.S.F. Shri Prasad, District Collector Shri R.R.Varsani, D.D.O. Shri Rajkumar, D.S.P Shri Wamang Zamir, and Commandant of 11th Battalion of B.S.F. Shri Pramodkumar accompanied the C.M during his visit.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended & addressed a public meeting in Wardha, Maharashtra. The PM was enamoured by the audience. The PM too showered his love and admiration on the crowd.

Initiating his virtuous address, the PM regarded Wardha as the land of a great confluence of spirituality and patriotism. PM Modi also reminded his audience that, “this election of 2024 is an election to fulfil the dream of a Viksit Bharat and a self-reliant India.” “Bapu envisioned this dream pre-independence. Today, as the nation takes decisive strides, Wardha's blessings are crucial. Your overwhelming presence, and the strong backing from Wardha and Amravati, signify that the aim of a developed Maharashtra and India is within reach. Maharashtra echoes today: 'Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar!'”, the PM added with confidence.

Confiding in the massive crowd, PM Modi shared that, “In a remarkable decade of progress, this humble servant has honoured the unspoken, lifting 250 million out of poverty, illuminating every village, providing water connections to 110 million, granting PM-Awas to 40 million impoverished families, and integrating over 500 million into the economy through banking. Each achievement is a testament to our collective dedication and determination towards a brighter, more inclusive future."

PM Modi did not hesitate to expose the realities of the opposition and remarked, “The thinking of Congress and Indi Alliance has always been anti-development and anti-farmer. That is why the condition of farmers in the country has remained so bad for decades.” “A stone laid in the family's name remained unfinished for generations, causing suffering in Vidarbha under Congress rule. Today, our government prioritizes Vidarbha's needs, with Eknath Shinde, Devendra Fadnavis, and Ajit Pawar committed to serving you all,” the PM further mentioned.

Sharing the plight of farmers from Wardha and Amravati, PM Modi observed that, “The irrigation crisis in Wardha and Amravati has long plagued local farmers, with past governments failing to address it sincerely. In 2014, 99 major irrigation projects nationwide, many in Maharashtra, were stalled for decades,” but he also gave hope that, “Under the NDA government, rapid progress is underway, notably with the imminent completion of the Lower Wardha and Lower Pedhi Irrigation Projects, promising to be a lifeline for farmers. Additionally, numerous smaller projects aim to boost irrigation across the region."

“We have separately identified the oranges of Amravati and turmeric of Wardha under ODOP so that the farmers here can benefit from it. For financial assistance to farmers, money from PM Kisan Samman Nidhi is also being sent directly into the accounts,” PM Modi shared.

In a sorry state of affairs, the PM launched his blistering attack against the opposition and said, “In contrast to BJP's development agenda, the INDI Alliance struggles with a lack of substantial issues, resorting to a politics of insults. Inviting leaders opposed to Sanatan principles to Maharashtra, they boycott events like the Ayodhya Ram temple inauguration, dismissing it as hypocrisy. However, their denial contradicts the nation's deep devotion on such occasions, revealing the true face of the INDI Alliance.”
“Eknath Shinde ji's government has resolved to redevelop ‘Lahanuji Maharaj Sansthan’ here. If these people become strong then they will oppose that also. Therefore, you have to account for the sins of Congress on this land of Shivaji Maharaj,” the PM warned.

"The Congress party admits defeat and resorts to threats of chaos post-elections. Their inclination towards constitutional suppression and emergency echoes past tactics. However, the nation desires a resolute, stable government. Voting for Congress or the INDI Alliance is futile.” Hence, PM Modi urged that “Maharashtra's votes must prioritize development. To all on April 26th, let's vote for progress."

In his concluding remarks, PM Modi encouraged the audience to ensure a resounding victory for the BJP by casting record-breaking votes. He expressed gratitude to every individual in the crowd and motivated them to spread his heartfelt regards to every doorstep in Maharashtra.