PM Modi Speaks to Workers Rescued from Uttarkashi Tunnel

Published By : Admin | November 29, 2023 | 16:36 IST

In a heartwarming display of solidarity and support, Prime Minister Narendra Modi conversed with the workers who emerged victorious after being trapped within the collapsed Silkyara tunnel in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand. Commending their unwavering resilience and camaraderie, Prime Minister Modi hailed the workers as an epitome of collective strength, demonstrating the indomitable spirit of humanity in the face of adversity.

The workers' voices, brimming with gratitude, expressed their profound appreciation for Prime Minister Modi's unwavering leadership and the government's commitment to their rescue. They recounted their steadfast belief in the Prime Minister's leadership and affirmed that their spirits remained unbroken throughout their confinement. The workers expressed gratitude to the Uttarakhand government and Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami for the successful rescue operation.

The Prime Minister affirmed to the workers that they were safe and in good health with the divine blessings of Kedarnath Baba and Badrinath Ji. He emphasized the regular updates he received throughout the rescue operation. He admired their families' patience and unwavering support during this challenging time.

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