Narendra Modi slams previous govts for negligence, asserts NDA’s commitment to infrastructure, social development
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that he shared the grief and outrage with the people of the nation in the wake of the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel.
Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that he shared the grief and outrage with the people of the nation in the wake of the terrorist attack in Pulwama
The prime minister, who was in this north Bihar town to launch a slew of projects, began his speech with a few lines in the local dialect Angika
To the people who have gathered here, I would like to say the fire that is raging in your bosoms, is in my heart too, Modi said
Barauni: Attacking the Opposition for "neglecting" needy people for the last 70 years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the BJP-led NDA government is committed to lifting the status of those struggling to avail basic amenities. Modi was addressing a public gathering after laying the foundation stone of multiple development projects in Bihar.
"The NDA government’s vision of development runs on two parallel lines, one being infrastructure development and the other is to uplift those sections of the society who have been struggling to avail even basic amenities for over 70 years now," Modi said.
The prime minister said, "Our government's journey of development is operating on two tracks. To provide infrastructure schemes, industrial development and modern facilities to the people. To make the lives of those who have been denied, exploited, victimised and have been struggling for infrastructure for the past 70 years."
Referring to the anger and grief in the country after the dastardly Pulwama terror attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel, Modi said, “I feel the same fire in my heart that’s burning inside you."
The prime minister paid tribute to the deceased CRPF personnel of the Pulwama terror attack. "I pay my tributes to Constable Sanjay Kumar Sinha from Patna and Bhagalpur’s braveheart Ratan Kumar Thakur who sacrificed their lives for the country. I express my sympathies with their families," he said.
After laying foundation stones of the projects in the state, Modi said that these projects will transform Bihar and will certainly provide employment to the youth. “Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga Yojana is one of the several projects which have been launched with the aim to transform Bihar as well as eastern India. Under this Yojana, states such as Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha are being connected through gas pipelines," Modi said.
The foundation stone of the 9 million metric ton (MMT) AVU of the Barauni Refinery Expansion Project was laid by Modi. The prime minister also laid foundation stone for Patna Metro Rail Project and inaugurated the Patna City Gas Distribution Project.
Along with the expansion of Barauni refinery project, Modi also laid foundation stone of Haldia LPG pipeline up to Patna and Muzaffarpur, a medical college in Chhapra, besides that for upgradation of two medical colleges in Gaya and Bhagalpur.
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