MODI Fest Launched In Visakhapatnam

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The ‘Making of Developing India’ (MODI) fest was inaugurated by MP K Haribabu on Friday at Beach Road. The exhibition consists of 15 stalls based on the initiatives of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for various sections like digital transactions, insurance for various sections, pensions, farmers’ welfare, “Mudra” loans etc.

This fest is organized by the BJP to highlight the achievements of Narendra Modi–led National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA) three year rule. The Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the festival from Guwahati in Assam. Not only this, a central control room will be established at the party headquarters in Delhi to coordinate and monitor the mega massive exercise to ensure that  the message of growth and development reaches  each and every district in the country.

Party President Amit Shah will take part in the Modi fest in Kerala, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chattisgarh and Arunachal Pradesh. Rajnath Singh will attend the events in Jaipur and Mumbai,  Sushma Swaraj will be in Delhi and Lucknow. The chief ministers of the BJP ruled states will not only take part in the Modi fest in their states but also in the other states.

Besides that Intellectual Meets will be organized across the country where the achievements of the Modi government will be presented. All the Union Ministers and MP’s will attend two functions in the assigned state; one programmed each in home state and the constituency.  All union ministers, BJP’s, MPs, Chief Minister’s and Deputy Chief Minister of the BJP ruled states will go to the event that will continue till June 15.

Be it Swachh Bharat or Jan Dhan Yojana people were always supported their initiatives. MLC PVN Madhav said that the Modi government introduced a total of 106 schemes right from insurance for a sheer Rs 12. He believed in the motto of minimum government and maximum governance.

Source credits: The Hindu, The Week

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