The elections on 7th December in Telangana are an opportunity for the people of the state to reject the discrimination on the grounds of caste and dynastic politics: PM Modi
TRS and Congress are two sides of same coin. They are the A and B teams: PM Modi in Hyderabad
We are committed to take Telangana to newer heights guided by the mantra of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas': PM Modi in Hyderabad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a huge public meeting in Hyderabad, Telangana where he fiercely criticized the dynastic politics of various political parties, including the TDP and Congress, in Telangana. He urged the people of Telangana to see for them that BJP is the only political party in Telangana which is run on democratic ideals instead of petty dynastic politics.

He further added, “The elections on 7th December in Telangana provide a golden opportunity to the people of the state to reject the discrimination that they constantly face because of the caste-based politics played by the ruling party.”

PM Modi later lashed out at the Congress’ leader for claiming that TRS is the B-team of the BJP in Telangana. He asked everyone to recall how the same ‘Namdar’ said the same thing about JD(S) being the B-team of the BJP during the Karnataka elections but then both the Congress and the JD(S) joined hands to form the government in Karnataka at the first instance. “The fact is that the TRS and Congress are two sides of the same coin. They are their own A and B teams,” he further added.

The rally also saw PM Modi listing out several key initiatives of the Central government such as the Ayushman Bharat Yojana and Pradhanmantri Awas Yojana which have been transforming the lives of the poor people in the country. However, he lamented that Telangana’s government was creating hurdles in effective implementation of these initiatives and thus the people of Telangana are not able being benefitted from the government’s welfare schemes despite being a part of the country.

As a result, he urged his supporters in Telangana to vote in large numbers for the only democratic party in the state-the BJP and assured them that he would transform Telangana just like how he and his government have transformed the country.

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Remembering Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose - PM Inaugurates Subhas Chandra Bose Museum at Red Fort
January 23, 2019

PM Visits Yaad-e-Jallian Museum, Museum on 1857 and Drishyakala Museum in Delhi All 4 Museums named as Kranti Mandir.

Remembering the heroes of freedom struggle, the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi paid floral tributes and inaugurated the Subhas Chandra Bose museum at Red Fort today, to mark his 122nd birth anniversary.  

He visited the Museum on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Indian National Army. PM said, ‘I bow to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his Jayanti. He was a stalwart who committed himself towards ensuring India is free and leads a life of dignity. We are committed to fulfilling his ideals and creating a strong India.’  He also added that History echoes from these walls. In this very building, brave sons of India, Colonel Prem Sahgal, Colonel Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon and Major General Shah Nawaz Khan were put on trial by the colonial rulers. He glanced over the photographs depicting a detailed account of Subhas Chandra Bose and the history of Indian National Army. PM also saw some of the artefacts associated with Netaji and INA such as wooden chair and sword used by Netaji, medals, badges and uniforms of INA. 

The Prime Minister browsed at the photographs, paintings and newspaper clippings depicting the authentic account of Jallianwala Bagh massacre  showcased in the Yaad-e-Jallian Museum. The museum intends to take visitors through the history of Jallianwala Bagh massacre of 1919 and sacrifices made by Indian soldiers during World War-1. 

He also visited the Museum on 1857- India’s first war of Independence and saw the portrayal the historical narrative of 1857 war of independence, showcasing the valour and sacrifices made by Indians during the period. These museums to showcase the sacrifice of our freedom fighters. 

Prime Minister had a look at the Exhibition on Indian Art at the Drishyakala- Museum organized at the same venue. He said ‘To see Gurudev Tagore’s works at Drishyakala is a treat for art lovers. We all know Gurudev Tagore as a prolific writer but he also had a strong link with the world or art. He produced lots of works, featuring multiple themes. Gurudev’s works were also exhibited internationally.’ He also tweeted ‘I would specially urge art lovers to visit Drishyakala, which will take you through the finest aspects of Indian art and culture. Works of eminent Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma, Gurudev Tagore, Amrita Sher-Gil, Abanindranath Tagore, Nandlal Bose, Gaganendranath Tagore, Sailoz Mookherjea amd Jamini Roy are on display at the exhibition.

PM while inaugurating the museums said that,  it was extremely humbling to inaugurate four museums relating to India's rich history and culture. All four museums have been named as Kranti Mandir. This complex includes Museums on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army, Yaad-e-Jallian Museum (on Jallianwala Bagh and World War 1), Museum on 1857- India’s First War of Independence and Drishyakala Museum on Indian Art, spanning three centuries, with over 450 works of art!

Kranti Mandir is a tribute to the revolutionary zeal and courage of our great freedom fighters. Ahead  of the Republic Day, these will deepen the connect between our glorious history and our youth as well as add to the patriotic fervour among citizens.