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Modi in Ranchi: My govt sending UPA-era criminals to jail

Modi said some people are already behind the bars and those who had thought that they were above the law and courts of the country, they are the ones seeking bail from the court today


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Ranchi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Jharkhand’s capital just before the assembly elections, attacked the opposition Congress party strongly. Without naming the Congress, PM Modi said that efforts are being made to bring those who rob the public under the limelight. Modi said some people are already behind the bars and those who had thought that they were above the law and courts of the country, they are the ones seeking bail from the court today. This is just the beginning, he said, there’s still five more years left. It is a trailer for now.

The PM, who arrived at the BJP scheme inauguration ceremony organized at Prabhat Tara Maidan in Ranchi, said, “There are many resolutions left. A lot of hard work remains. It was the first time that the Parliament lasted its longest. The credit of the functioning of the Parliament goes to the MPs, political parties and their leaders. Congratulations to all MPs and countrymen.”

People saw just the trailer of the government

PM Modi said, “At the time of the election I had promised that people would get a strong government. A government that will work faster than ever before. A government that will put in full force to fulfill your aspirations. In the last hundred days, the country has seen its trailer. Our pledge is that of a decisive fight against terrorism. In view of this, the anti-terror law has been strengthened in the first 100 days itself.”

Gifts for tribal children

The PM said that 462 Eklavya schools are being opened for tribal children across the country. These schools will have facilities for children’s education, sports, skill development, preservation of local arts and culture. The government will spend more than one lakh rupees every year on every tribal child.

Waterway start

The PM also inaugurated the Sahibganj multi-model terminal. He said that this is not just another project, but will give the whole area a new transportation option. The waterway will connect Jharkhand not only with the whole country, but also with foreign countries. From this terminal, the tribal brothers and sisters, farmers here, will now be able to access their produce in the markets of the country more easily. Due to the water route, it will be easier to transport food from north India to the north-eastern states including Jharkhand.

Launching pad of big schemes

The PM said, “I am fortunate to add one more thing to the identity of Jharkhand. The new identity of your Jharkhand is going to be that it is the state which is the launching pad of big schemes for the interests of poor and tribals. It was here that the world’s largest health insurance scheme – Ayushman Bharat was launched from Jharkhand. The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Maandhan Yojana to ensure pension to crores of farmers all over the country is also starting from Jharkhand. Jharkhand is also starting the National Pension Scheme for crores of traders and self-employed in the country.”

Inauguration of several schemes including Kisan Mandhan Yojana

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand on Thursday. Here, he inaugurated the new assembly building and started several schemes with it. Among the schemes Modi inaugurated are three big ones. Modi launched Pradhan Mantri Kisan Maandhan Yojana, Retail Business and Self Employment Pension Scheme. Along with this, the Eklavya Model School was also started by the PM.

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