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Narendra Modi shares his outrage over Pulwama attack during an event in Bihar

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a gathering in Bihar’s Begusarai said that he shares the same fire that rest of the countrymen are having in their hearts. PM Modi visited the state to launch a number of projects in Bihar, according to reports.

While speaking at the gathering here in Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an oblique reference to the recent Pulwama terror attack. PM Modi later during the event inaugurated and laid projects worth ₹33,000 crore.

Prime Minister during the event in Bihar’s Begusarai announced that an amount of ₹7.5 lakh crore would directly reach the bank accounts of the farmers of the country under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Yojna.

PM Modi while addressing the gathering in the event said, “The farmers of Bihar too would be benefited from this. Our government has opted two tracks of development. First is infrastructure based while second, is to make life better for the suppressed and oppressed section of the society”, he said.

PM Modi besides this also mentioned that the NDA government would also provide 10% reservation to the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) of the upper caste. Begusarai is an upper caste dominated constituency of Bihar.

Modi, on the other hand, thanked people as they have chosen a stable government at the Center which is capable of taking firm decisions for the development of the country and its people. Amidst his speech, PM Modi also talked about numerous developmental measures that the NDA government has taken to favour the development and welfare of the people during his regime. PM Modi also did not forget to thank Nitish Kumar, Bihar Chief Minister and his team for all developmental projects in the State.

There have been reports that al the ministers from Bihar including CM Nitish Kumar, Governor Lalji Tandon and state BJP leaders were present at the function.

 

 

 

 

 

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