Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the Gram Lok Suraj campaign will be run in the whole country till May 5. The government is duty-bound to protect your interests. "They have come from outside (referring to Naxal leaders from other states who are active in Chhattisgarh)", he said.
He said now the Bijapur which had carried a tag of being backward, underdeveloped and poor district will witness fast development with newer vision under comprehensive plan.
Almost 100 young volunteers from across the United Kingdom are reportedly giving the final touches to the Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath event, scheduled for early evening on April 18, as they finalise the list of just under 2,000 attendees chosen by ballot from online registrations over the last few weeks. But at least think about those who are leading them. "They are not residents of your state, keep themselves safe but get your children killed", Modi said. "If all people of the district and local administration, public representatives make an effort together then something which has not be done in the past 70 years can be achieved in a short time", he emphasised. "Each district faces its own challenges, and therefore, a different strategy is required in each case", he said.
Apart from inaugurating phase 1 of the Bastar Net programme, he also flagged off a train from the Bhanupratappur railway station in Kanker district via video conference. He made special mention of the development initiatives carried out in Chhattisgarh's southern districts of Sukma, Dantewada and Bijapur.
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Chief Minister Raman Singh also addressed the gathering. "Bastar is changing now". This hugely symbolic gesture of the Prime Minister was welcomed by a thunderous applause from the audience.
He was seen taking pictures with the prime minister inside a coach in which he travelled.
The lady was one of the thousands of women covered under the scheme launched more than a decade earlier to provide slippers to people engaged in collecting Tendu leaves in Chhattisgarh.