Tag: PM Narendra Modi

पंजाब सरकार में सिक्योरिटी चूक पर बिना आग के ही दुआं उडाया जा रहा है

झल्ले दी गल्लां
उत्तेजित पंजाबी कांग्रेसी
ओए झल्लेया! ये भगवाधारियों ने पूरे मुल्क में हमे बदनाम कर छोड़ा है। सूत ना कपास और जुलाहों में लठ्मलठ् वाली बात कर के रख दी।अरे इनके प्रधानमंत्री को ना तो काले झंडे दिखाए गए ,ना ही नारे तक लगे और ये चिल्ला रहे हैं की मोदी जी की जान को खतरा होसकता था
मेरे चतुर सुजान! इसका मतलब है कि बिना आग के ही आप लोगों ने धुआँ उड़ा दिया,
पहले मुख्यमंत्री पीएम के प्रोग्राम में नहीं पहुंचे,
फिर सुरक्षा चूक पर खेड प्रगट किया,
फिर फिरोजपुर के बेचारे पुलिस कप्तान को निलंबित किया
फिर सात आई पी एस अधिकारी बदल डाले ,
और तो और आपके चहिते और अकाली बिक्रम सिंह मजीठिया के खिलाफ एफ आई आर दर्ज कराने वाले अपने खासुलखास डी आई जी को भी हटा दिया ,उसके बावजूद कहते हो कि आग तो लगी ही नहीं Jhalle Di Gallan
Agitated Punjabi Congressman
Oh jealous! These saffron people have defamed us all over the country. They put it in cotton, cotton and weavers by talking lath
O My Dear Clever It means you blew smoke without fire,???
The first Chief Minister did not reach the PM’s program,
Then revealed the pit on the security lapse,
Then the poor police captain of Ferozepur was suspended
Then seven IPS officers changed,
Moreover, he has also removed his special DIG who lodged an FIR against your favorite Opponent and Akali Bikram Singh Majithia, despite that you say that the fire did Not Even Start

Kapil Sibal Urges PM to Declare a National Health Emergency

(New Delhi)Kapil Sibal Urges PM to Declare a National Health Emergency
Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal also called on the Election Commission to declare a moratorium on election rallies in view of the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases.
Sibal tweeted.”COVID-19 infections faster than recoveries. Modiji: Declare a National Health Emergency. Election Commission: Declare a moratorium on election rallies. Courts: Protect people’s lives,”
A record single-day rise of 2,61,500 coronavirus infections has taken India’s total tally of COVID-19 cases to 1,47,88,109, while active cases have surpassed the 18-lakh mark, according to Union Health Ministry data updated on Sunday.
The country has recorded over 2 lakh cases consecutively for the last four days.
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Rajinikanth (Thalaiva)Selected for Dadasaheb Phalke Award;PM Congratulates

(New Delhi). Rajinikanth Selected for Dadasaheb Phalke Award;PM Congratulates
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has congratulated Film Star Rajinikanth after he has been conferred with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award.
In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “Popular across generations, a body of work few can boast of, diverse roles and an endearing personality…that’s Shri @rajinikanth Ji for you.
It is a matter of immense joy that Thalaiva has been conferred with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award. Congratulations to him.”
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Rajnikant with Amitabh Bacchan

PM Modi Takes 1st Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

(New Delhi) PM Modi takes first dose of COVID-19 vaccine
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi took his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine today,at AIIMS New Delhi.
In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “Took my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS. Remarkable how our doctors and scientists have worked in quick time to strengthen the global fight against COVID-19. I appeal to all those who are eligible to take the vaccine. Together, let us make India COVID-19 free!”

Capt Seeks Liberal Fiscal Package from PM Modi

(Chd,Pb)Capt Seeks Liberal Fiscal Package from PM Modi
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Tuesday sought from Prime Minister Narendra Modi a liberal financial package to fill the revenue collection gap caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The chief minister raised the demand during a video conference meeting of the prime minister with chief ministers to review the coronavirus situation.
Punjab has seen 50 per cent decline in revenue for the first quarter of the current financial year.
The chief minister also said the cap of 35 per cent in the State Disaster Relief Fund (SDRF) for COVID-19 related expenditure, as per the Ministry of Home Affairs guidelines, is not sufficient to meet the current requirements and sought flexibility in coronavirus-related terms of expenditure.
Singh also thanked the Union government for accepting Punjab’s proposal to set up a National Institute of Virology for the north zone and said the state government will soon give 25 acres of land for the institute
The chief minister also urged Modi to review the University Grants Commission’s decision on mandatory exams for final year classes to be held by September 30.
Punjab may not be in a position to conduct exams in September as it may witness a peak in COVID-19 cases at that time, Singh pointed out.
He suggested promoting these students on the basis of past performance and internal assessment, with the option to take exams later for those wanting to improve their performance.
Singh said the state has been witnessing a rising number of coronavirus cases and it has reached 24,891 with 604 deaths.
He also sought central government assistance for online school education, especially for poor children of Classes X and XII.
More money is needed for creating the infrastructure needed to support online education, he said during the meeting.
Though Punjab is conducting 23,000 tests per million for COVID-19, and planned to increase RT-PCR (Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction) tests from 12,000 to 20,000 in the next 15 days, it needed to scale up the testing capacity further, Singh stressed.
He requested Modi to direct the Union government institutions in Chandigarh and Punjab to increase testing capacity, as already written to him earlier.
Expressing concern over the state’s mortality rate of 2.4 per cent, Singh said though it is lower than the all India deaths per million and 91 per cent of the fatality cases were people with comorbidities, it is still higher than neighbouring Haryana.
Patients are coming to hospitals late and 86 per cent deaths have occurred in tertiary hospitals, he added.
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Civil Rights Champion John Lewis Dies;PM Modi Condoles

(New Delhi) Civil Rights Champion John Lewis Dies;PM Modi CondolesPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday condoled the death of US Congressman and civil rights champion John Lewis, saying his legacy will continue to endure and inspire.
Described as a civil rights legend, the long-time Congressman died battling cancer. He was 80.
“We mourn the loss of US Congressman John Lewis, a champion of civil rights, non-violence and Gandhian values. His legacy will continue to endure and inspire,” Modi tweeted.

PM Modi Pays Tributes to Veer Savarkar

(New Delhi) The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has paid tributes to Veer Savarkar on his jayanti.
PM Modi Tweeted “On his Jayanti, I bow to the courageous Veer Savarkar. We remember him for his bravery, motivating several others to join the freedom struggle and emphasis on social reform”,

Symphony Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam Dedicated to PM Modi

(New Delhi)Symphony Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam Dedicated to PM Modi
Violinist Subramaniam Dedicates Symphony Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam to P M Modi
Violinist and composer L Subramanium has released a symphony titled ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ with greats like Pandit Jasraj and Birju Maharaj and dedicated it to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the country.
Responding to a tweet by Subramanium, Modi said it was a brilliant rendition.
“Conveys the message of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (the world is one family) well. Great effort by those who are a part of this,” Modi said.
Subramaniam had tweeted, “I’ve released Bharat Symphony – Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam with London Symphony Orchestra & legendary artists Pt. Jasraj, Pt Birju Maharaj, Begum Parveen Sultana, K J Yesudas, SPB, Kavita. I’m dedicating this to our country & our honorable PM Narendra Modi.

PM Modi Pays Tributes to Jagjivan Ram on 112th Birth Anniversary

(New Delhi) PM Modi Pays Tributes to Jagjivan Ram on Birth Anniversary
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to freedom fighter and former deputy prime minister Jagjivan Ram on his 112th birth anniversary
Modi Tweeted “Humble tributes to freedom fighter Babu Jagjivan Ram, who struggled for the rights of the poor, the underprivileged, on his birth anniversary,”
Popularly called Babuji, Jagjivan Ram fought for the rights of the underprivileged.

PM Modi Recalls Noble Thoughts of Jesus on Christmas

(New Delhi) PM Modi Recalls Noble Thoughts of Jesus on Christmas
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on Wednesday greeted people on the occasion of Christmas, saying the teachings of Jesus Christ inspire millions across the world.
“We remember, with immense joy, the noble thoughts of Jesus Christ. He epitomised spirit of service and compassion, devoting his life towards alleviating human suffering,” the prime minister wrote on Twitter.
He said the teachings of Christ inspire millions across the world.