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PM Narendra Modi Begins 3-Nation Tour, Meets French PM and President

PM Narendra Modi Begins 3-Nation Tour, Meets French PM and President

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his three-nation visit with France on Thursday. After his France tour, PM Modi would be heading to UAE and Bahrain during 22-26 Aug. Yesterday, in Paris, he arrived to hold bilateral meetings with the French President Emmanuel Macron and French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.

During the meetings, both leaders had a one-on-one discussion that was followed by the delegation-level talks. As per the reports, PM Modi will also be addressing the Indian community in France and would also be dedicating a memorial to the Indian victims of the two Air India crashes in France in the 1950s and 1960s.

PM Modi, in a statement before the visit, said-

“India and France have excellent bilateral ties, which are reinforced by a shared vision to cooperate for further enhancing peace and prosperity for our two countries and the world at large.”

Further, PM Modi said that strong strategic and economic partnership is accompanied by a shared perspective on key global issues like terrorism and climate change. PM stated-

“I am confident that this visit will further promote our long-standing and valued friendship with France for mutual prosperity, peace, and progress.”

Earlier, before beginning the three-nation tour, PM Modi tweeted about his imminent France visit-

“In France, look forward to holding talks with President @EmmanuelMacron and PM Philippe. There would be interactions with the Indian diaspora and a memorial for Indian victims of two Air India crashes in France in the 1950s and 1960s would be dedicated. @gouvernementFR”

Before his talks with French Prez Macron at Chateau de Chantilly, PM Modi tweeted-

“Landed in France, marking the start of a key bilateral visit. India and France enjoy extremely friendly ties and have been working together bilaterally and multilaterally for years. This visit will add to the ground covered during previous interactions with the French leadership.”

PM Modi shared the video of the press address with the French Prez Macron. Watch it here:

Then, after the interaction with French President Macron, PM Modi wrote in a tweet-

“I am honoured that President @EmmanuelMacron has hosted me in the historic Château de Chantilly. We had extremely productive discussions on improving economic and people-to-people ties. Strong India-France ties help our citizens as well as contribute to a better planet.”

Moreover, Prime Minister Modi mentioned the great opportunities and scope for cooperation in various sectors like IT, space, aviation, and more. He wrote in a tweet-

“India offers great opportunities for French companies. There is scope for immense cooperation in skill development, aviation, IT and space. The strides made in India-France defence cooperation are promising. Our nations are also working on maritime as well as cyber security.”

Also, PM Modi tweeted about how terrorism and radicalization are affecting both nations. He wrote-

“The menace of terrorism and radicalisation are affecting both India and France. In this context, we will continue working together for peace. France’s support in our fight against cross border terror is cherished and I thank President @EmmanuelMacron for this.”

PM Narendra Modi Interacts with Zambian President Edgar C Lungu

PM Narendra Modi Interacts with Zambian President Edgar C Lungu

New Delhi: On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Ram Nath Kovind met Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu. Six agreements were signed between both the countries and bilateral talks were held. President Chagwa was received at the Rashtrapati Bhavan by both the dignitaries.

PM Modi and President Lungu held wide-ranging talks to strengthen bilateral ties. Also, the two leaders stressed on improving bilateral trade and investment and expand development cooperation.

In a joint press statement with President Lungu, PM Modi as a reliable partner in development cooperation said that India has continually shared its developmental experiences with Zambia. PM Modi mentioned the progress made in projects related to health, power generation, and easing traffic in Lusaka, the Zambian capital with Indian cooperation.

PM Modi said that both the countries would be extending their participation in the tourism, agriculture, healthcare, food processing, and mining fields.

After the bilateral talks, the six Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) or agreements were signed between India and Zambia were in key sectors like geology and mineral resources, art and culture, and defense.

An MoU was signed between Foreign Service Institute of India and Zambian Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies. Further, two agreements were inked on ‘E-VBAB Network Project’ (e-education) and between Election Commission of India and Electoral Commission of Zambia.

Prime Minister Modi said that the government of India would cooperate in establishing an Incubation Centre in Zambia. He stated-

“India will also provide 100 solar irrigation pumps to boost agriculture and send 1,000 tonnes of rice as well as 100 tonnes of milk powder to Zambia. Zambia is a country rich in mineral wealth and among other minerals, India takes large quantities of copper from the African country.”

PM Modi said the agreement on mineral resources would help in enhancing cooperation in the field of mining, and a framework would be laid for the exploration and extraction of mineral resources.

PM Modi emphasized that a crucial MOU has been signed on defense cooperation and said that it would increase exchanges in the defense field. He told that Indian military and air-force training teams would be deployed in Zambia to help enhance the capabilities of the armed forces of that country. Further, he said that India would be deploying five fire tenders in Zambia Air force bases.

PM Modi posted three successive tweets on his official Twitter handle. In the first tweet, he shared the video of address to the press along with President Lungu.

“Furthering friendship with Zambia. Addressing the press with President @EdgarCLungu”

In another tweet, PM Modi wrote-

“Today’s talks with President @EdgarCLungu were fruitful. Subjects covered include trade, commerce, investment, infrastructure and cultural ties. India is happy to partner Zambia in their developmental aspirations be it in power generation or improving urban infrastructure.”

In the final tweet, he said-

“During the visit of President @EdgarCLungu, important MoUs have been signed in sectors like geology, mineral resources, defence, art and culture. These agreements will pave the way for strong bilateral relations with Zambia for the benefit of our citizens.”

Zambian President Lungu arrived in New Delhi, Indian capital on a three-day tour on Tuesday.

PM Modi Holds a Telephonic Conversation with UK PM Boris Johnson

PM Modi Holds a Telephonic Conversation with UK PM Boris Johnson

After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a telephonic conversation with US President Donald Trump on Monday, the former spoke to United Kingdom’s PM Boris Johnson on Tuesday. During the conversation, PM Modi raised the issue of violence against members of the Indian diaspora who were celebrating 73rd Independence Day outside the Indian mission in London.

As per the statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, PM Modi brought PM Johnson’s attention to the challenges posed by vested interests seeking their motivated agenda, including violent means.

According to a statement-

“In this context, he referred to the violence and vandalism perpetrated by a large mob against the High Commission of India in London on the last Independence Day of India.”

PM Johnson expressed regret on the incident and assured that all required steps would be taken to ensure the safety and security of the High Commission, its personnel, and visitors.

The violent clashes occurred outside the Indian High Commission when thousands of people gathered there for pre-planned protests and counter-demonstrations on the day of India’s Independence Day on Thursday.

The Pakistani groups, as well as Sikh and Kashmiri separatist outfits, organized anti-India protest over the government’s decision on Jammu and Kashmir. Also, a separate pro-India demonstration happened outside India House against the anti-India protests.

During the conversation, Prime Minister Modi also mentioned that terrorism is plaguing all parts of the world, including India and Europe.

PM Modi emphasized the importance of effective steps to prevent the threats posed by violence, radicalization, and intolerance, especially in the context of the growing footprints of terrorist organizations like ISIS.

PM Modi congratulated PM Johnson on being recently elected to the high office and expressed the readiness to work with him toward strengthening of the strategic partnership between India and the UK. Also, Prime Minister Johnson congratulated PM Modi on his electoral win for the second term in office.

Both leaders acknowledged that as the world’s eminent democracies, India and the UK have so much to contribute to addressing the various challenges the world is facing.

The two leaders would be soon interacting during the G-7 Summit in Biarritz, France.

PM Modi & President Trump Speak Over a 30-Minute-Long Phone Call

PM Modi & President Trump Speak Over a 30-Minute-Long Phone Call

New Delhi: On Monday, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump of the US held discussions on bilateral trade between the two countries during a telephonic conversation that was 30-minute-long.

Furthermore, PM Modi spoke on the concerns over the extreme rhetoric and incitement to anti-India violence by certain leaders in the region and called it an obstacle to peace.

While having the conversation, Prime Minister Modi recalled his meeting with President Trump on the sidelines of G-20 Summit in Osaka back in June this year. According to a statement released by Prime Minister’s Office, PM Modi hoped for the Commerce Minister of India and the US Trade Representative to meet sooner at an early date to discuss the bilateral trade prospects for mutual benefit.

Regarding the regional situation, PM Modi stated that extreme rhetoric and incitement to anti-India violence by certain leaders in the region was not promoting peace. Also, he highlighted the value of creating an environment that is free from terror and violence as well as controlling cross-border terrorism without exception.

While conversing with President Trump, PM Modi re-emphasized India’s commitment to showing cooperation to anyone who supports the country and world in combating illiteracy, poverty, and disease.

After the Modi government made the historic move of scrapping Article 370 (which granted special status to J&K state) and forming Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories about two weeks ago, India and Pakistan have been at loggerheads. In the verbal attack later, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan compared the Modi government to the fascist, supremacist reign of Nazi Germany.

During the conversation with President Trump, PM Modi reasserted in a statement-

“India’s longstanding and unwavering commitment to working for united, secure, democratic and truly independent Afghanistan.”

On Monday, Afghanistan celebrated 100 years of independence.

PM Modi Thanks People and Government of Bhutan Post 2-Day Visit

PM Modi Thanks People and Government of Bhutan Post 2-Day Visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a two-day visit to the country of Bhutan on Saturday and Sunday. Calling it a memorable visit, he thanked the people of Bhutan and government for a warm welcome and hospitality.

PM Modi tweeted-

“Thank you Bhutan!

It was a memorable visit. The affection I have received from the people of this wonderful nation can never be forgotten.

There were many programmes which I had the honour of taking part in.

The outcomes of the visit will enhance bilateral ties.”

Later, he tweeted-

“I would like to thank the people and Government of Bhutan for the warm welcome and hospitality during this visit.”

PM Modi arrived at Thimphu on Saturday, which was his first visit since 2017. During the visit, he attended various programs and even addressed the students at the Royal University of Bhutan. Also, he held a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of Bhutan Lotay Tshering to strengthen the ties.

On Sunday, PM Modi outlined a new blueprint for cooperation between India and Bhutan, recognizing space, education, and health as the key areas that would introduce a fresh dimension to ties that have been dominated until now by collaboration in the hydel power sector.

While talking to students at the university, Prime Minister Modi went on to invite students to visit India for studies in traditional areas like Buddhism and newer ones like space research.

One of the major highlights and outcomes of the visit was that the Indian PM Modi and Bhutanese PM Tshering inaugurated the 720 megawatts (MW) Mangdechhu hydel power project on Saturday.

Moreover, Modi and Tshering together inaugurated the Ground Earth Station and SATCOM network, which was developed with the ISRO’s guidance to utilize South Asia Satellite in Bhutan.

PM said-

“India-Bhutan cooperation in hydropower and energy is exemplary. But the real source of power and energy of this relationship are our people.”

Further, PM said-

“We are seeking to cooperate extensively in new frontiers, from schools to space and digital payments to disaster management. At any point, over four thousand students from Bhutan are engaged in studies in India. This number can and should grow.”

He added-

“I am happy that we have begun new chapters of engagement between India’s premier IITs and this prestigious university. We hope that these will lead to more collaborative learning and research.”

Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale reported that during his meeting with Tshering on Saturday, PM Modi and his Bhutanese counterpart agreed on the need “to look at new areas of healthcare, education, science, and technology.”

Smruti Pattnayak, an analyst with the government-backed Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses Think Tank in New Delhi, stated-

“Earlier, we used to have children from the families of the Bhutanese elite being educated in India. But now that trend has changed. The families of well-to-do and influential Bhutanese are sending their children to study in the West.”

According to a joint statement issued after PM Modi’s return from Bhutan-

“Both sides reaffirmed their shared security interests and reiterated their commitment to maintain close co-ordination on matters affecting each other’s security and national interests.”

Earlier, on Saturday, PM Modi tweeted-

“A memorable welcome in Bhutan! This is a land blessed with natural beauty and wonderful people. There is immense enthusiasm here and the people of Bhutan want to see the India-Bhutan friendship scale newer heights of success.
@PMBhutan”

Also, he tweeted about meeting Bhutan PM-

“Delighted to meet my friend, @PMBhutan, Dr. Lotay Tshering.

We had a comprehensive meeting, where we deliberated on the relations between India and Bhutan.

There is great scope to further improve economic and cultural ties between our nations.”

Later, he wrote in a tweet-

“Honoured to have met His Majesty Fourth Druk Gyalpo. He has always been passionate about strong India-Bhutan friendship. I am extremely grateful to him for today’s meeting, where we got an opportunity to talk about enhancing the bond between our countries.”

Watch PM Modi’s Full Address to the Students of Royal University of Bhutan Here:

PM Narendra Modi’s Address on 73rd Independence Day to the Nation

PM Narendra Modi’s Address on 73rd Independence Day to the Nation

On Thursday, the people of India celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with great fervor and zeal. On this auspicious occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation from the Red Fort in New Delhi. He spoke on various topics such as India becoming an open-defecation free country, scrapping of Article 370/35A, the passage of Triple Talaq bill, and simultaneous elections.

Moreover, PM Modi spoke about the economy, India’s battle against terrorism, and the way the government sees the infrastructure to drive the economy.

Read the top highlights of PM Narendra Modi’s address to the nation here.

1) ‘One nation, One constitution spirit’ has turned into a reality after the abrogation of Article 370/35A, and India feels pride in it.
2) ‘Population explosion’ leads to new challenges for the next generations. The central and state governments should take measures to tackle it.
3) There is a ‘huge’ scope for improvement in the tourism sector, and the world should visit at least 15 tourist destinations in India by 2022.
4) A new position Chief of Defence Staff will be formed to ensure coordination and offer effective leadership to three services.
5) It is necessary to make the country great, and the discussions should now happen on ‘One Nation, One Election.’
6) India has the potential to become a 5-trillion dollar economy in the next five years.
7) The government has decided to invest Rs 100 lac crores in building the infrastructure.
8) GST has helped realize the dream of ‘One Nation, One Tax.’ Also, India has achieved one nation, one grid in the energy sector.
9) India aims to reach among the top 50 nations in ‘Ease of doing business’ index.
10) Jal Shakti Mission will make drinking water available to all households, with government spending Rs 3.5 lac crores for it.
11) India has maintained a strong stance against terrorism and those backing it. Terrorism is not only affecting India but also countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan.
12) India is poised to become an open defecation-free country soon.
13) Triple Talaq bill passage would help Muslim women in leading better lives.
14) The faith of people in govt has given new strength. The 2019 Lok Sabha Elections mandate proves that hope is now instilled among masses.
15) If 2014-2019 was the time that fulfilled the needs of people, the time ahead of 2019 would meet their dreams and aspirations.
16) The menaces of corruption and black money have ruined India for 70 years, so every step taken to remove them money is welcome.
17) Let the people have the freedom of achieving their aspirations, and let the right ecosystem be made for this.

Listen to PM Modi’s Complete Address Here:

 

PM Modi Says Govt Going Full Tilt With 'Spasht Neeti, Sahi Disha’v

PM Modi Says Govt Going Full Tilt With ‘Spasht Neeti, Sahi Disha’

Yesterday, Modi Government completed 75 days of their second tenure. And, on that occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met IANS with a smiling visage for an interview.

In that interview, PM Modi spoke extensively about Kashmir, scrapping of the contentious Article 370 and Article 35A and the last 75 eventful days where he has hit the ground running.

IANS began the interview by asking PM Modi that what makes Modi 2.0 different. To answer that, PM spoke in clear-cut terms,

“We have set an unprecedented pace within just the first few days of our government. What we have been able to achieve is the result of ‘Spasht Neeti, Sahi Disha (clear policy, right intentions)’.”

Later while interviewing, PM Modi said,

“In just the first 75 days of our government, a lot has happened. From children’s safety to Chandrayaan-II, from action against corruption to freeing Muslim women from the scourge of Triple Talaq, from Kashmir to Kisan, we have shown what a resolute government with a strong mandate of the people can achieve.

We have taken a head-start in tackling the most pressing issue of our times with the formation of Jal Shakti Ministry for a mission mode and integrated approach to improve water supply and augment water conservation.”

The Prime Minister also said the improvements were made on foundations that are laid in his first five-year term and now supported by a greater majority in Lok Sabha.

Further, referring to the unexpected revocation of the special status to Jammu and Kashmir region, the prime minister said,

“There has been no time wasting, no mulling over things for too long, instead a calibrated plan to execute, implement and take bold decisions, none bigger than the one on Kashmir.”

Later while talking about some moves that have been controversial, such as the medical industry reforms, PM Modi said,

“When we formed the government in 2014, there were many concerns about the existing system of medical education. Earlier, courts have used strong words for the institution overseeing medical education in India, calling it a ‘den of corruption’… Earlier governments, too, had given a thought to reforming this sector but could not go through with it. We decided to go through with it because this is not a matter that can be taken lightly, as it concerns the health of our people and the future of our youth.”

He added,

“Our road map is clear — a transparent, accessible and affordable medical education system leading to better healthcare outcomes.”

PM Features on Man vs Wild, Promotes Natural Environment Conservation

PM Features on Man vs Wild, Promotes Natural Environment Conservation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi featured on a special episode of the Discovery channel’s show ‘Man vs. Wild’ with the British TV presenter/adventurer Bear Grylls that was broadcast on Monday at 9 PM. Through this adventure, PM aimed to promote the conservation of nature, environment, and planet.

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They both took a trip to wild forests of Jim Corbett National Park in the Uttarakhand state, braving the harsh cold and rain in a boat ride and walking through the wild. PM even helped Grylls in making a spear.

By featuring on this popular and hit show, PM Modi became the second world leader after the Former US President Barack Obama. The special episode featuring PM Modi became a hit as the hashtag #ManVsWild was trending on number 1 in India and number 2 worldwide. Also, the hashtag #ModionDiscovery was trending at number 2 in India.

PM Modi spoke to Grylls on various topics, from his personal life to his political life to his love for nature. Here are some top highlights of the Man vs. Wild episode with PM Modi:

1. The Childhood Years

PM Modi told Grylls that he was not a good student during his childhood. On his humble beginnings, PM said-

“I didn’t have a sophisticated childhood. When I went to school I kept myself perfect, I didn’t have an iron at home so used keep burnt coal on cooper bowl to iron my shirt.”

2. The Time Spent in the Himalayas

PM Modi talked about leaving home at the age of 17 and staying in the Himalayas. He stated,

“I wanted to make a decision about my life. But before that, I wanted to understand the world. I wanted to see the spiritual world. For that, I went to the Himalayas. I love nature. I met people in the Himalayas, stayed with them. It was a wonderful experience and I spent a long time there.”

3. Living in Harmony with Nature

When Grylls asked him whether or not PM was ready to travel through the tiger-heavy region of the forest, the latter said,

“I don’t think we should consider this experience dangerous. If we live in harmony with nature, nothing can go wrong.”

4. Going on a Holiday

On asking if he ever had a dream of becoming the Prime Minister, PM Modi said that his focus has always been the nation’s development. He said-

“The focus has always been on one thing and that is development. And I am satisfied with that job. Today, if I consider this time as a vacation, then I must say I am taking a vacation for the first time in 18 years,” Modi said.

5. Becoming the PM of India

Grylls asked PM if the latter ever pinched himself on becoming the Prime Minister of India. PM said-

“It never occurs to me who I am. I am above all this. When I was a chief minister and even now as the prime minister, I only think of my work, my responsibilities. My position never goes to my head.”

6. Not Feeling Any Fear or Nervousness

About ever feeling nervous or fearful, PM Modi said that “nervousness” was not a part of his temperament. He added-

“My problem is that I have never experienced such fears. I am unable to explain it to people what nervousness is and how to deal with it because my in-built temperament is very positive. I see positivity in everything. And because of that reason, I am never disappointed.”

7. Message to the Young Generation

The Prime Minister said-

“If I have to tell anything to the young generation then I will say we should not think of our life in pieces. If we think of our life as a whole then there will be ups and downs. If you are going down don’t think about it because the way up starts from there.”

8. Bringing Home a Baby Crocodile

PM Modi also shared his experience of wishing to adopt a baby crocodile that he brought home from the pond where he went to bathe.

“My mother said to me this is wrong. You cannot do this. You should not do this, put it back. I went and put it back.”

9. Swachh Bharat Mission

PM Modi said,

“The people of India can make India clean. Personal hygiene is in the culture of the Indian people. We need to develop the habit of social hygiene. Mahatma Gandhi has done a lot of work on it and recently we are getting good success in this. I believe India will succeed in this very soon.”

10. Experience on Man vs. Wild

PM Modi stated-

“I really enjoyed today. All my memories from my time in the Himalayas came back to me. It reminded me of the days I spent on the banks of Narmada river. And, whether it is a river or pond or a waterfall, in my younger days, when I was learning to meditate, all these things held an important place. Today again I was reminded and felt that happiness, which I felt in the past. It was a heartwarming experience.”

#EidAlAdha PM Modi, Leaders Wish People of India on the Occasion

#EidAlAdha: PM Modi, Leaders Wish People of India on the Occasion

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday took to his official Twitter handle and greeted the citizens of India on the pious occasion of Eid Al Adha, also known as Bakr-Id or Id-ul-Zuha or Festival of Sacrifice.

Sending across best wishes to everyone on occasion, he wrote that he hopes the festival to further the spirit of happiness and peace in the society. PM Modi tweeted-

“My best wishes on the occasion of Eid al-Adha. I hope it furthers the spirit of peace and happiness in our society. Eid Mubarak!”

Besides PM Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind and other leaders also wished people, especially the members of the Muslim community. The President wrote in his tweet from the official handle-

“Eid Mubarak to all fellow citizens, especially to our Muslim brothers & sisters in India and abroad.

Idu’I Zuha symbolizes love, fraternity and service to humanity. Let us commit ourselves to these universal values that represent our composite culture #PresidentKovind”

M Venkaiah Naidu, the Vice President of India, tweeted-

“I extend my warm greetings to the people of our country on the auspicious occasion of ‘Id-ul-Zuha’

The festival is an ode to the virtues of devotion, faith and sacrifice and inspires feelings of brotherhood, compassion and unity.

#IdulZuha”

In another tweet, he further wrote-

“May the noble ideals of Id-ul-Zuha enrich our lives with peace and harmony and bring prosperity to our country”

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Union Minister of Minority Affairs, tweeted-

“Offered Namaz at Panja Sharif, Kashmiri Gate in New Delhi on the occasion of Eid-al-Adha and prayed for peace, prosperity, safety and harmony in the country. #EidAlAdha2019”

PM Praises Former President Mukherjee on Being Conferred Bharat Ratna

PM Praises Former President Mukherjee on Being Conferred Bharat Ratna

The highest civilian award of the Republic of India, Bharat Ratna, has been conferred to late singer Bhupen Hazarika, Former President Pranab Mukherjee, and late social activist Nanaji Deshmukh this year. The award is conferred “in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order.”

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated all the award recipients. For Former Prez Mukherjee, PM Modi said that the Bharat Ratna is the fitting recognition for Mukherjee’s incredible service to the nation. PM tweeted-

“Dear @CitiznMukherjee,

It was an honour to witness you receiving the Bharat Ratna, a fitting recognition of everything that you have done for the nation.

Thank you for leaving no stone unturned towards making India more developed.”

On Thursday, President Ram Nath Kovind conferred the Bharat Ratna award to Mukherjee.

Also, the Assamese singer Bhupen Hazarika has been conferred the award posthumously. PM tweeted and said that the music of Hazarika transcends all barriers. PM wrote in his tweet-

“The music of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika transcends all barriers! He is a universally admired cultural icon, whose rich works capture all aspects of human spirit and emotions. The Bharat Ratna (Posthumously) is a manifestation of his contribution to our culture and music.”

In another tweet, PM praised the RSS leader and social activist Nanaji Deshmukh who has also been presented the award posthumously. PM said in the tweet-

“India pays tributes to the great Nanaji Deshmukh Ji. He undertook many efforts to improve India’s villages and empower the lives of our rural population. He epitomised honesty, humility and probity in public life.

Happy that he has been conferred the Bharat Ratna (Posthumously).”