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Watch : Shri Narendra Modi addressing a Public Meeting in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Narendra Modi continued his campaign across Madhya Pradesh, addressing multiple rallies in the poll bound state on Wednesday 20th November 2013. Shri Modi spoke at a rally in Shahdol (Shahdol district), which was followed, by rallies in Singrauli (district) and Jabalpur. Shri Modi affirmed that Madhya Pradesh has been saved due to the BJP and urged the people not to hand over the state to the Congress, which has ruined the nation and would ruin the state as well. He urged the people to sever their ties with those who have been unable to fulfill the promises they made to the people.

Speaking in Jabalpur, Shri Modi said that these elections are between votebank politics and development politics and that development is the only way ahead. He took on the remarks by the Congress Vice President that poverty is a state of mind, saying this is nothing but making fun of the poor. Shri Modi opined that it is acceptable that someone is born in poverty but as a party and a government, their efforts are to ensure that no one dies in poverty.

Showering praise on the work of the Madhya Pradesh Government under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Shri Modi said, “MP Government under Shivraj Singh Chouhan ji has done a lot of work to protect the forests, tribal communities and the women of the state.
MP ke sabhi logon ko Shivraj ji apne lagte hain. Woh samajhte hain Shivraj ji apne Parivar ke hain (In MP, everyone considers Shivraj ji a part of their family).
And we are very proud of Shivraj ji. He along with lakhs of Karyakartas are devoted to serving the people of MP. He lauded the work of Shri Chouhan’s Government towards improving maternal health and infant mortality.

Narendra Modi campaigns in Madhya Pradesh

Shri Modi affirmed that there is great anger in the minds of people towards the Congress party and they want to punish it. He questioned if the Congress remembered working for welfare of women and children for the 50 years during which they were in power. Shri Modi declared that by taking the name of the poor 50 times a day, the Congress thinks it has become compassionate towards the poor when that is not true. He attacked the Congress for mocking the poor of India and said that the poor do not like to beg for things and get them for free but instead they like a life of dignity where can work and earn their living.

Taking on the Congress for its unfulfilled promises Shri Modi asked what happened to the Congress promise of bringing prices down in 100 days? Referring to the series of unbelievable promises being made by the Congress to the voters of Madhya Pradesh, Shri Modi asked the Congress to first fulfill those promises in states neighbouring Maharashtra and in Karnataka where they are in power before misleading the people of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. “Can you trust the promises by the Congress or the words of their leaders? They are the same people who have misled you so never trust them!” affirmed Shri Modi. 

Watch : Shri Narendra Modi addressing a Public Meeting in Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh

Referring to the popularity of the BJP in the hearts and minds of the people Shri Modi pointed that these days it is difficult for the BJP to do a rally in the heart of a city and have to do it on the outer areas considering the large number of people who want to attend them.

Speaking in Shahdol district, Shri Narendra Modi talked about the contribution of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the development of tribal communities. He recalled that it was 50 years after Independence that a department for tribal affairs was created by Atal ji. He asked why the Congress did not do the same for so many years. Shri Modi congratulated Shri Chouhan for setting up medical and engineering colleges in remote areas, which have opened several opportunities for the tribal youth. He further said, “Wherever BJP has got a chance to form the government, see the efforts they have made towards the development of tribal communities. What BJP governments have done for the tribal communities, no Congress government would have done.” In Shahdol he also paid tributes to Maa Narmada, who is the lifeline of Gujarat.

Shri Modi’s rallies have generated a phenomenal response across Madhya Pradesh. Record numbers of people are attending the rallies. A large participation of the youth is seen.

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PM inaugurates Golden Jubilee celebrations of Agradoot group of newspapers
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“Well-informed, better-informed society should be the goal for all of us, let us all work together for this”
“Agradoot has always kept the national interest paramount”
“Central and state governments are working together to reduce the difficulties of people of Assam during floods”
“Indian language journalism has played a key role in Indian tradition, culture, freedom struggle and the development journey”
“People's movements protected the cultural heritage and Assamese pride, now Assam is writing a new development story with the help of public participation”
“How can intellectual space remain limited among a few people who know a particular language”

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Agradoot group of newspapers today via video conferencing. Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma, who is the chief patron of Agradoot’s Golden jubilee celebration committee, was also present on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister congratulated the ‘strong voice of the Northeast in the Assamese language’ Dainik Agradoot for the occasion and complimented them for keeping the values of unity and harmony alive through the medium of journalism.

The Prime Minister remarked that under the guidance of Kanak Sen Deka, the Agradoot always kept the national interest paramount. Even during the Emergency, when the biggest attack on democracy took place, even then Agradoot daily and Deka ji did not compromise on journalistic values. He created a new generation of value-based journalism, he said.

The Prime Minister empathized that for the past few days, Assam is also facing great challenges and difficulties in the form of floods. Normal life has been greatly affected in many districts of Assam. The Chief Minister and his team are working very hard day and night for relief and rescue, he said. The Prime Minister assured the people of Assam, the readers of Agradoot, that the central and state governments are working together to reduce their difficulties.

The Prime Minister underlined the sterling contribution of Indian language journalism to Indian tradition, culture, freedom struggle and the development journey. Assam has played a key role in the development of language journalism in India as the state has been a very vibrant place from the point of view of journalism. Journalism started 150 years ago in the Assamese language and kept on getting stronger with time, he added.

The Prime Minister recalled that the journey of the Dainik Agarkar in the last 50 years narrates the story of the change that has taken place in Assam. People's movements have played an important role in realizing this change. People's movements protected the cultural heritage and Assamese pride of Assam. And now Assam is writing a new development story with the help of public participation.

The Prime Minister said when there is dialogue, there is a solution. It is through dialogue that possibilities expand. Therefore, along with the flow of knowledge in Indian democracy, the flow of information is also flowing continuously. Agradoot is part of that tradition, he said.

On the eve of 75 years of independence, the Prime Minister questioned limiting the intellectual space among a few people who know a particular language. He further said this question is not only of emotion but also of scientific logic. This may be seen as a reason for lagging behind in research on the three industrial revolutions. The Prime Minister said the expansion of Indian languages ​​was stopped during the long period of slavery, and in modern epistemology, research was limited to a few languages. A large section of India had no access to those languages, to that knowledge. He added that the scope of Intellect's expertise kept shrinking. Due to this, the pool of invention and innovation has also become limited. In the 4th Industrial revolution, there is a massive opportunity for India to lead the world. This opportunity is due to our data power and digital inclusion. The Prime Minister stressed that “no Indian should be deprived of the best information, best knowledge, best skill and best opportunity just because of language, this is our effort. That's why we encouraged studies in Indian languages ​​in the National Policy on Education.” The Prime Minister continued on the theme of knowledge in mother tongue and said that “ it is now our endeavour to make the world's best content available in Indian languages. For this, we are working on the national language translation mission. The effort is that the Internet, which is a huge storehouse of knowledge, and information, can be used by every Indian in his own language.” He also talked of the Bhashini Platform, a Unified Language Interface launched recently. “It is important from every aspect, social and economic, to make the Internet available to crores of Indians in their own language”, he added.

Underlining the biodiversity and cultural richness of Assam and Northeast, the Prime Minister said Assam has a rich legacy of music and that it needs to reach the world at large. He said efforts of the last 8 years with regard to physical and digital connectivity of the region will be hugely beneficial for the tribal tradition, tourism and culture of Assam.

The Prime Minister said the positive role played by our media in campaigns like the Swachh Bharat Mission is appreciated all over the country and the world even today. “Similarly, you can become a participant in the country's resolutions in the Amrit Mahotsav”, the Prime Minister said.

“Well-informed, better-informed society should be the goal for all of us, let us all work together for this”, the Prime Minister concluded.