PM Narendra Modi addresses Diwali Milan Programme

Published By : Admin | November 3, 2016 | 18:07 IST
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Things working with Jan Sahyog have made a special place for themselves: PM
Awareness and consciousness on cleanliness has risen. States are now competing with each other in becoming ODF: PM
Healthy discussions and debate must be a part of democracy: PM Modi
While speaking at a Diwali Milan programme at the BJP headquarter in New Delhi, PM Narendra Modi said that now things are moving with ‘Jan Sahyog’. He also appreciated the role of media in spreading awareness about Government policies among citizens.
Shri Modi remarked that awareness and consciousness on cleanliness have risen in the country and states are now competing with each other in becoming ODF.
Prime Minister Modi said that healthy discussions and debate must be a part of democracy.

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PM congratulates H. E. Anthony Albanese for the victory of the Australian Labor Party, and his election as PM
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated H. E. Anthony Albanese for the victory of the Australian Labor Party, and his election as the Prime Minister.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said;

"Congratulations @AlboMP for the victory of the Australian Labor Party, and your election as the Prime Minister! I look forward to working towards further strengthening our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, and for shared priorities in the Indo-Pacific region."