Modi visits hometown Vadnagar, visits school

10 October, 2017, 00:34 | Author: Sheri Evans
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public rally in his hometown Vadnagar on Sunday.

Further, in the day, the prime minister recalled the difficulties Gujarat faced when the Congress-led UPA ruled the country while laying the foundation stones for the bridge linking Okha and Bet Dwarka.

The Prime Minister, who spoke for almost 30 minutes in a mix of Hindi and Gujarati, concluded his speech with a reference to the Hatkeshwar Mahadev temple in Vadnagar, where he performed puja before addressing the gathering.

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Acknowledging the overwhelming response, Modi stood on the step of his moving SUV and waved at people all along the route from the helipad on the outskirts of the city to a newly-built medical college. As he stepped into the school premises after a longtime, the Prime Minister bowed, with his forehead touching the ground to register his high respect for the school. In his warm speech, PM gave all credit to the people and the Vadnagar soil for what he is today.

He also launched the Intensified Mission Indradhanush to accelerate the progress towards the goal of full immunisation coverage. "You all must be busy preparing for Diwali, and in Gujarat, Diwali is celebrated with great enthusiasm, especially among businessmen", Modi said while addressing a public gathering in Dwarka, Gujarat. The state is slated to go for assembly elections at the end of this year.

PM arrived in Gujarat on his two-day visit to the state. He called ImTeCHO real teko that is support in Gujarati in the hands of ASHA workers.

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The Prime Minister also said that he does not want the business class to get caught in red tape and said that the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, in a GST Council meeting on Friday, convinced everyone about the need for changing some of its provisions.

At GNFC's Bharuch facility, Modi laid the foundation stone for a Rs550 crore Di-Calcium Phosphate (DCP) plant, a downstream project of GNFC, being established jointly with EcoPhos Belgium, Europe's largest DCP producer.

Stressing on the necessity of water for survival, Prime Minister Modi assured that the barrage over Narmada River will be completed on time. PM also flagged off the "Antyodaya Express", between Udhna (Surat, Gujarat) and Jaynagar (Bihar). He will address a public meeting. The prime minister stressed that his government had given priority to development.

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