New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday indirectly targeted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi without naming him and said that some people in London questioned India’s democracy. PM Modi is in Karnataka. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gifted many development projects in Hubli-Dharwad. He dedicated the longest railway platform in the world.
‘BJP’s double engine government is bringing development in the entire state’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that every person of Karnataka should have a happy life, the youth here should get employment opportunities, the sisters and daughters here should be more empowered, we are working together in this direction. The double engine government of BJP is making sincere efforts for the complete development of the entire state. Today a new stream of development is emerging on this land of Dharwad. This stream of development will work to irrigate entire Karnataka along with Hubli-Dharwad.
Questions are being raised on Indian democracy from the land of London – PM Modi
PM Modi said- It is unfortunate that questions are being raised on Indian democracy from the land of London. There is no such force that can weaken Indian democracy. But in spite of this, continuous efforts are being made by some people to attack Indian democracy. These people are insulting Lord Basaveshwara, the people of Karnataka and the people of India. Karnataka should stay away from such people.
#WATCH | “India is not only the largest democracy but is the mother of democracy…it’s unfortunate that in London questions were raised about India’s democracy…Some people are constantly questioning India’s democracy…”: PM Modi in Hubballi-Dharwad pic.twitter.com/PyBVul8rTg
— ANI (@ANI) March 12, 2023
Karnataka touches milestone in connectivity
PM Modi said that Karnataka has touched another milestone today in terms of connectivity. Now Siddarudha Swamiji station has the largest platform in the world. This is an extension of the thinking in which we give priority to infrastructure. The central and state governments are working together to provide clean drinking water. Under the Jal Jeevan Mission, the foundation stone of a project worth more than one thousand crore rupees has been laid.