PM Modi slams lethargic attitude of people towards 'Swachhta'
Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the lethargic attitude of people towards cleanliness in the country stating that 'Swachhta' is everyone's collective responsibility. "We cannot just litter the places and expect government to clean the streets," said the PM.
PM Modi, who was in the Shahanshahpur district of the city on Friday, said, "'Swachhta' has to become 'Swabhav', its our collective responsibility. A cleaner India will also be a healthier India."
He also inaugurated cow shelter in Shahanshahpur district here in 'Pashu Arogya Mela' before addressing the farmers of the state.
He also foundation for toilet under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. According to the initial reports, the PM will distribute certificates for the beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Aawas Yojna.
Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also shared the dias with the PM.
Here is what he said:
- I am overwhelmed by the unexpected large gathering at Shahanshahpur.
- I promise won't disappoint you all ever and would work even harder for people of here.
- I want to compliment Uttar Pradesh Government & especially CM Adityanath for organising the Pashudhan Arogya Mela. This mela will benefit the farmers across the state.
- For farmers, milk from milch animals is the biggest source of income. The welfare scheme will prove to be a boon for them.
- For us, governance is not about vote banks or winning elections. Our priority is development of the country. For me country is above the vote bank.
- I recall my pledge for my vision for '2022 India'. Animal welfare and innovation in agriculture will form a major part of a new India.
- My government has come up with the idea of soil health card to help farmers.
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PM's Day 1 recap:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday released a postal stamp on ‘Ramayana’ during his visit to historic Tulsi Manas temple here.
Releasing the stamp in the precincts of the Tulsi Manas Temple, he said, “Stamps have a special place in society. They are a wonderful way to preserve our history.”
Modi also stressed how the life and ideals of Lord Rama continue to inspire everyone, according to the statement.
The PM also visited the Durga Mata Temple and Durga Kund.