Published By : Admin | December 10, 2016 | 21:34 IST
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates India’s largest cheese factory in Gujarat
Along with ‘Shwet Kranti’ there is also a ‘Sweet Kranti’ as people are now being trained about honey products: PM
Government has been successful in weakening the hands of terrorists and those in fake currency rackets: PM
NDA Government is working tirelessly for welfare of the poor: PM Modi
India wants progress and for that evils of corruption and black money must end: PM
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today attended a programme organized by the Banaskantha Cooperative Milk Producers Union (Banas Dairy) at Deesa in Gujarat.
The event marked the launch of the celebration of the Golden Jubilee year of Banas Dairy.
On this occasion, the Prime Minister unveiled a plaque to mark the inauguration of a cheese plant and whey drying plant at Palanpur by remote control.
Addressing a huge gathering, the Prime Minister said that farmers of North Gujarat have shown the world what they are capable of.
The Prime Minister noted how drip irrigation has widely benefited farmers in the region. He added, “The farmers here turned to dairy and animal husbandry. This was beneficial for the farmers.” Shri Modi said that along with ‘Shwet Kranti’ (White Revolution) there is also a ‘Sweet Kranti’ (Sweet Revolution) as people are now being trained about honey products.
Speaking about demonetisation, PM Modi said that the Government has been successful in weakening the hands of terrorists and those in fake currency rackets.
Shri Modi said that Union Government is working tirelessly for welfare of the poor. He encouraged people to use e-banking and e-wallets. He said India wants progress and for that, the evils of corruption and black money must end.
Thank you Hon. PM Shri @narendramodi Ji for your vision and dedication to Gujarat's progress. The inauguration of Sudarshan Setu marks a significant leap in connectivity, ushering in new opportunities for growth and development. Welcome to Gujarat, sir!
Anyone who asks what Modi government has done in 10 years, we can proudly say that the total length of national highways in India increased 60% to 1,46,145 km till December 2023, from 91,287 km in 2014.
@narendramodi, offering prayers at the Beyt Dwarkadhish temple He is a PM, who is proud of his religious & cultural heritages. Lessons to be learnt from him, for all, be proud of your religious & cultural roots. Thank you sir for being the shinning example.! pic.twitter.com/m6NpTAFIdE
The efforts made for women's safety and women's empowerment in the country since 2014 are unprecedented and incomparable in themselves. This journey from women's development to women-led development is incredible. Kudos to you and your team Honourable Sir. 👏👏#MannKiBaat