Modi in Chennai: PM Modi said in Chennai, the world has ‘great expectations’ from India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that the world has high hopes from India and that his government will “take the country on a path of greatness where it will prove beneficial for the whole world.” The Prime Minister, who was on his first visit to Tamil Nadu after coming back to power in the Lok Sabha elections this year, repeated his campaign against the once-used plastic.
He said, “During my recently concluded US visit, I saw that there is a lot of expectation from India going forward in the world.” We will certainly ensure India’s rapid welfare. We will make it such a great country that it will prove useful for the world. ”He said while addressing party workers at the airport function organized by the BJP, that making the country great is not only the work of the central government but it is the work of 130 crore citizens There is also responsibility.
The Prime Minister said that it is the job of the citizens living in every corner of the country “” whether it is living in a city or village, rich or poor and young and old and the country will become great with all these contributions. ” Reiterating his campaign against the plastic used, he said that its use “created a big problem”.
Plastic free India
Modi said that although some people mistakenly call for a “plastic free India”, he is only pushing for a campaign against once-use plastic. He said that it could not be used further and that it creates a “big problem”. He said that many schemes were successful through public participation and the same should be the case with one-time use plastics.
Pad Yatra of BJP MP’s
On the occasion of the proposed ‘Pad Yatra’ of BJP MPs on October 2, the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Modi said it would be “helpful to explore the possibility of putting these ideas into practice.” In this regard, he referred to the campaign against making India great and the plastic once used.
Referring to the remarks made in Tamil in his address during a visit to the US last week, Modi said he indicated that it is an “ancient language” in the world. He said, “Now the voice of Tamil language in America Is buzzing. ” In his speech to the 75th United Nations General Assembly, Modi highlighted the totality of India through the lines of a Tamil poet from around 3,000 years ago, and said, “We belong to all places, and we are connected to everyone.”
Lok Sabha elections
He continued, “It is a joy to be back in Chennai every time.” ‘Chennai Makallalai Santhippathil Magizchi’ – It is a pleasure to meet the people of Chennai. “This is the Prime Minister’s first visit to Tamil Nadu after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He has supported his supporters. And thanked people for the warm welcome. Earlier Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit, Chief Minister K. Palaniswami, Deputy Chief Minister Woman o. Panneerselvam and cabinet ministers welcomed Modi at the airport.