The government is punishing those who are indulging in cheating and corruption: PM

Published By : Admin | December 11, 2016 | 20:47 IST
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PM Modi addresses a rally in Bahraich, UP through mobile phone 
The government is punishing those who are indulging in cheating and corruption. Ours is a government of the poor & for welfare of poor: PM
For Uttar Pradesh to progress, poverty and Goondaism have to be removed: PM

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today addressed a rally in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh through mobile phone as he could not reach the venue due to poor weather conditions. During his brief address the PM said “The government is punishing those who are indulging in cheating and corruption. Ours is a government of the poor & for welfare of poor.”

Emphasizing on Uttar Pradesh’s development he said, “For Uttar Pradesh to progress, poverty and Goondaism have to be removed.”

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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi met Mr. Masayoshi Son, Board Director and Founder, Softbank Corporation on 23 May 2022 in Tokyo. Prime Minister appreciated Softbank’s role in India’s startup sector. They discussed Softbank’s future participation in India in key areas such as technology, energy and finance.

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