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The recent terror attacks in Sri Lanka reiterated that terrorism remains a great threat to the whole world and needs a strong approach to eliminate it: PM Modi
Compared to the anti-national promises made by the Congress in its election manifesto, the BJP-led NDA stands firm on its resolve and commitment for greater security for all Indians: PM Modi in M.P.
These days Congress leaders are dreaming about killing Modi because he is acting so strong on terror: Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his third rally for the day in Hoshangabad constituency of Madhya Pradesh this evening where he talked about various issues concerning the nation such as national security, the mis-governance of the country by Opposition parties as well as his agenda to develop the country for the next five years.

Describing the threat of terrorism as the greatest threat to all humanity, PM Modi said, “The recent terror attacks in Sri Lanka reiterated that terrorism remains a great threat to the whole world and needs a strong approach to eliminate it. Pursuing this goal, we have followed a zero-tolerance policy towards terrorism and since 2014, we have continuously taken measures to strengthen India’s national security while attacking terrorists in their home-turfs if they dare attack India in any way. Compared to the anti-national promises made by the Congress in its election manifesto, the BJP-led NDA stands firm on its resolve and commitment for greater security for all Indians.”

Tearing on the Congress party for its questionable and compromising stance against terrorists and their sympathizers, PM Modi said, “These days Congress leaders are dreaming about killing Modi because he is acting so strong on terror. So much so that even the Sri Lankan government recently banned the TV channel of hate preacher Zakir Naik for spreading hate in their country. However, we all still remember how a former Congress CM of Madhya Pradesh was all praises about this hate-preacher and even invited him to address our security personnel on the issue of terrorism. I urge the people to not forget these actions and statements of the Congress leaders when they go to vote.”

Highlighting his vision for the country in the next five years, PM Modi said that once elected back to power, his government will work on expanding the social security net for all Indians while also creating infrastructure to address the needs of a growing country like India.

 

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PM pays tributes to eminent stalwarts of Constituent Assembly to mark 75 years of its historic first sitting
December 09, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has paid tributes to eminent stalwarts of Constituent Assembly to mark 75 years of its historic first sitting.

In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister said;

"Today, 75 years ago our Constituent Assembly met for the first time. Distinguished people from different parts of India, different backgrounds and even differing ideologies came together with one aim- to give the people of India a worthy Constitution. Tributes to these greats.

The first sitting of the Constituent Assembly was Presided over by Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha, who was the eldest member of the Assembly.

He was introduced and conducted to the Chair by Acharya Kripalani.

Today, as we mark 75 years of the historic sitting of our Constituent Assembly, I would urge my young friends to know more about this august gathering’s proceedings and about the eminent stalwarts who were a part of it. Doing so would be an intellectually enriching experience."