New Delhi sources have reported that PM Modi had visited from a trade facilitation centre for handicrafts at Bada Lalpur, called Deendayal Hastkala Sankul after RSS ideologue Deendayal Upadhyaya. The, centre complete with a convention hall, has been built to give the city's weavers and artisans a marketing platform.
From the same venue, PM Modi inaugurated nearly 17 infrastructure projects, including the Ramnagar-Samne Ghat Bridge and the Balua Ghat Bridge, and laid the foundation of nearly six projects including Ramna Sewage Treatment Plant to help keep the Ganga clean. Meanwhile the banking service of the Utkarsh Bank that specializes in micro finance was also by inaugurated by the Prime Minister.
Moreover after a
meeting with local BJP leaders, PM Modi stopped by at the historic Tulsi Manas
Temple and Durga Mata Temple in the city to seek blessings. In between, an
official statement issued by his office said, PM Modi also released a postal
stamp on "Ramayana".
Chandrababu Naidu is one leader who is completely morally bankrupt Andhra Pradesh sources have stated that Revanth Reddy, it appears, is turning out to be following in the footsteps of his guru. The Kodangal MLA, who resigned from the president ship of the Telugu Desam Working Committee, was applauded for quitting the assembly as well. But it now appears that one has to save one's praise and appreciation of his actions for another day, because Revanth Reddy has not submitted his resignation officially vacating his Kodangal seat, as yet.
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