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Share your ideas with PM Modi on Under 17 FIFA World Cup & make the event more memorable!
Get your voice heard...Share your insights with PM Modi on Under 17 FIFA World Cup now!

PM Narendra Modi has expressed joy on the tremendous enthusiasm of the people, particularly the youth in sharing ideas and inputs on the U-17 FIFA World Cup on his Mobile App. He described the ideas shared on the App has very enriching and has called for more people to contribute their views on the subject.

It may be recalled that during the 'Mann Ki Baat programme on 27th March 2016 PM Narendra Modi had spoken extensively about the U-17 FIFA World Cup to be held in India and called for collectively turning the tournament into an opportunity to make football more popular across India.

He sought ideas on the 'Narendra Modi App' and since then the App has been buzzing with many comments. People have shared ideas and suggestions pertaining to effective branding and promotion of the tournament, ways to improve infrastructure, making football more popular among the youth and other issues.

The Prime Minister's efforts to promote football and the U-17 World Cup drew appreciation from various quarters. Praful Patel, who heads the AIFF expressed delight on this effort of the Prime Minister.

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PM Modi's interaction with the beneficiaries of Rural Electrification & Saubhagya Yojana
July 19, 2018
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It was unfortunate that even after 70 years of independence, over 18,000 villages remained in dark: PM Modi
In 2005, the UPA Govt promised to electrify every village by 2009. The then President of the ruling party went a step ahead & spoke about bringing electricity to every home. None of that happened: PM
From the ramparts of the Red Fort I had announced that every village will be electrified. We walked the talk and went to every village: PM
About 14,500 villages out of the 18,000 that had not been electrified, were in Eastern India. We have changed that: PM Modi

Interacting with beneficiaries of rural electrification, PM Modi said it was unfortunate that even after 70 years of independence, 18,000 villages lacked electricity. He attacked the previous UPA government for not being able to fulfill its promise of power for all by 2009. He mentioned how the NDA Government, not only focussed on electrification but also reformed the distribution systems across the country.