A Picturesque Journey towards Bharatha Gellisi

Published By : Admin | November 19, 2013 | 14:00 IST
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On Sunday, 17th November, 2013 Shri Narendra Modi addressed ‘Bharatha Gellisi’ rally in Bengaluru.

A colossal crowd, from across the state, congregated to listen to the inspiring speech of Honorable Chief Minister. Recalling Atalji's vision for IT sector, he talked at length about the significance of IT sector in India’s development and congratulated youth of Bangalore for  tremendously contributing in India’s success in the IT sector.

An assortment of pictures from ‘Bharatha Gellisi’ Rally

Colossal crowd congregated

Felicitation of Shri Rajnath Singh and Shri Narendra Modi

Development will lead the nation

Swept by Namo Wave

Fund collected will be donated for Statue of Unity

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Announces ex-gratia from PMNRF

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has condoled the loss of lives due to an accident in Kerala’s Palakkad district. The Prime Minister announced ex-gratia of Rs. 2 lakh from PMNRF to be given to the next of kin of each deceased and Rs. 50,000 to be given to the injured.

The Prime Minister’s Office tweeted;

“PM Narendra Modi has expressed grief on the loss of lives due to an accident in Kerala’s Palakkad district. He extends condolences to the bereaved families and prays for a quick recovery of the injured.”

“Rs. 2 lakh from PMNRF would be given to the next of kin of each deceased. The injured would be given Rs. 50,000.”