Tuesday, 31 January 2023

 

 

LATEST NEWS Policy For Punjabi Diaspora To Be Ready By Feb 28 : Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal NDC delegation calls on Punjab Chief Secretary Vijay Kumar Janjua Relinquish Ego And Embrace Almighty : Nirankari Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu attends the concluding ceremony of Bharat Jodo Yatra at Srinagar Bhagwant Mann Hands Over Appointment Letters To 188 JEs Of The PWD Cluster system in farm sector to increase farmers' income Aman Arora Hands Over Appointment Letters To 19 JEs In Housing Dept Punjab Taxation Department Arrests 4 For Rs 48 Crore Tax Evasion Cabinet Minister Aman Arora unveils 'Khedan Halka Sunam Dian' trophies Sharanpal Singh Makkar assumes charge as District Planning Committee chairman Mauritius High Commissioner interacted with LPU students Zee Punjabi’s show Nayan Jo Vekhe Unvekha lead actress overwhelmed by the love received by the audience Heritage Village at the Sheikh Zayed Festival offers visitors a vivid depiction of the early life of Emirati ancestors Shemrock School observed traffic awareness week Photo Park adds two new HP Indigo 7K Presses to expand its digital printing network 'Pathaan' Effect : Release of Kartik Aaryan's 'Shehzada' pushed by a week South Africa has several good memories for Indian fans, hoping to bring them more cheer : Harmanpreet Kaur Repeated paroles to convicted rapist Ram Rahim spreading communal disharmony : Harsimrat Kaur Badal Jane Fonda raises concerns over upcoming 'Barbarella' remake Shafali Verma, Shweta Sehrawat, Parshavi Chopra in U19 Women's T20 World Cup team of the tournament SC agrees to examine plea against ban on BBC documentary on Gujarat riots

 

Narendra Modi addresses Swachh Kumbh, Swachh Aabhaar programme in Prayagraj

Narendra Modi addresses Swachh Kumbh, Swachh Aabhaar programme in Prayagraj

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Prayagraj , 24 Feb 2019

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, today addressed the Swachh Kumbh, Swachh Aabhaar event in Prayagraj.He reached the dais after a dip in the waters of the Holy Sangam at Prayagraj, and after conducting a “Charan Vandana” of select sanitation workers, as a mark of respect to their efforts in ensuring a clean Kumbh.He described all those, who have been involved in ensuring the best of arrangements for the devotees gathering at Prayagraj for the Kumbh, as “Karm-Yogis.” In this context, he mentioned the NDRF, the boatmen, the local population, and the sanitation workers as well. Mentioning that over 21 crore people have visited the Kumbh over the last few weeks, he said the sanitation workers have shown that nothing is impossible. He said that they are most deserving, for all the appreciation that the Kumbh has got this year. He said the moments when he offered Charan Vandana to some sanitation workers, would always remain etched in his memory.The Prime Minister said that the Swachh Seva Samman Kosh, announced today would help the sanitation workers and their families, in times of need.The Prime Minister said that Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is progressing rapidly. He said the country is moving towards becoming Open Defecation Free before the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, on October 2 this year.

Narendra Modi said that the cleanliness of the River Ganga has also been the subject of much discussion this year. He added that today, he has witnessed it first-hand. He said that this is also a result of the efforts of Namaami Gange, and the Union Government. He said drains falling into the river are being blocked, and sewage treatment plants being built. He said that a few days ago, he received the Seoul Peace Prize, which included an amount of about Rs. 1.30 crore. He said he has donated that amount towards the Namaami Gange Mission. He said the gifts and mementoes he has received as Prime Minister have also been auctioned, and their proceeds have also gone towards Namaami Gange.The Prime Minister had a special word of appreciation for the boatmen (Naviks) involved in Kumbh as well. He also noted that for the first time since independence, pilgrims arriving for Kumbh had a chance to visit the Akshay Vat.The Prime Minister thanked everyone present in the gathering for fulfilling his vision of a Kumbh that was a blend of spirituality, faith and modernity. He also appreciated the role being played by the Uttar Pradesh Police in this regard.The Prime Minister said that the arrangements made for Kumbh this year, have included development of vital infrastructure, which will continue to serve the city, even after the Kumbh Mela is over.

 

Tags: Narendra Modi

 

 

related news

 

 

 

Photo Gallery

 

 

Video Gallery

 

 

5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2023 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD