PM Modi addresses a public meeting in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh

Published By : Admin | February 10, 2022 | 11:44 IST
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Leading the BJP charge, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed a public meeting in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. PM Modi started his address by highlighting BJP’s stance on UP. “The people of this area have decided to vote for the one who will take UP to new heights of development, will keep UP riot-free, keep our sisters and daughters free from fear and sends criminals to jail,” he said.

PM Modi spoke on the BJP’s resolution and vision for UP. “The BJP government in UP is necessary for the work that the double engine government is doing”. Speaking further on the situation of the pandemic, PM Modi added, “For the poor to get continuous free ration during the pandemic, for the poor to not face any problem in getting the free corona vaccine, the BJP government is an absolute necessity.”

PM Modi spoke about the BJP’s commitment for welfare of sugarcane farmers. He said, “Yogi Ji's government has given more money to sugarcane farmers than they got in 10 years of previous governments”. PM Modi talked about safeguarding sugarcane farmers from market instabilities by diversifying the use of sugarcane in ethanol production.

On UP and the future of its industries, PM Modi said, “The BJP government is trying to increase the strength of every district, every region of UP, recognizing its specialty. With this thinking, One District, One Product scheme has been started.”

Hitting out at the opposition, PM Modi said, “I am seeing these days that some “Pariwarwaad” people are constantly making hollow promises to the public. Do not fall into their traps of hollowness. These people can never think about the development of UP, about the poor. These people neither see nor understand the pain of the poor”. PM Modi also iterated how previous governments failed on the promise of delivering only 500 houses in Saharanpur while the current government has sanctioned 31,000 houses already.

PM Modi also spoke on the issue of social evils “We have gotten rid of ‘triple talaq’ and no one can oppress Muslim women, Yogi Ji's government is necessary for this”. PM Modi further addressed to issue of riots in UP and how certain political personalities used to fuel riots. “Due to such acts, you taught a lesson to these rioters in 2017,” he said.

PM Modi also spoke on the inclusiveness of the BJP Government. “We undertake development and we take equal pride in our heritage. We also built Industrial Corridor, Kartarpur Sahib Corridor. It is our government which has declared 26th December as Veer Bal Diwas in the memory of Veer Sahibzadas of Guru Gobind Singh Ji,” the PM remarked.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has lauded the collective efforts of individuals, communities and organisations who came together and practiced yoga at a great scale across the world on the occasion of 10th International Yoga Day. The Prime Minister also expressed gratitude to all those working to popularise yoga.

The Prime Minister posted on X:

“The 10th International Yoga Day has been held at a great scale across the world thanks to the collective efforts of individuals, communities and organisations who came together and practiced Yoga. It is clear that Yoga has become a unifying force, bringing together people across cultures and backgrounds. It is gladdening to see the youth participating in Yoga sessions with such zeal and dedication.

I express gratitude to all those working to popularise Yoga. These efforts will go a long way in furthering unity and harmony. I am also happy to see an increase in the number of Yoga instructors whose expertise and passion is inspiring others to take up Yoga.

May Yoga keep bringing the world together in the coming times.”