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Last 8 years of Modi govt unmatched: MoS Dr Bhagwat Karad in Jamshedpur

Mail News Service

Jamshedpur, June 14: Narendra Modi government implemented numerous welfare schemes keeping in mind women, youth and farmers of the country and following the motto of ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’. In the last eight years, the government has taken care of every class including women, farmers, youth, workers and traders and gave them the benefits of various welfare schemes.

This was observed by Dr Bhagwat Kishanrao Karad, Union Minister of State, Ministry of Finance, during his visit to the Jamshedpur Mahanagar BJP office on Tuesday. The Minister was accorded a grand welcome by the party leaders and workers on his arrival.

Dr Karad addressed party workers during a programme organized to mark the completion of eight years by the Modi government. He said the government was dedicated to service, good governance and welfare of poor people. He expressed happiness over the welcome accorded to him and counted the achievements of Modi government.

“PM Modi has proved in the last eight years that the country’s condition and direction can be changed with important decisions only if the government has the willpower to do so. Modi government has lived up to the expectations of the people in every aspect over the last eight years,” he said.

Dr Karad said Modi government faced many challenges such as the Corona pandemic and economic slowdown, but it struggled and gave a boost to the country’s journey of development. The Modi government abolished Article 370 and fulfilled the expectations of the people, he said.

Modi government also formed Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas Board  soon after the Ayodhya verdict by Supreme Court. Now Kashi is also getting a grand facelift under PM Modi’s leadership, he said.

Also present on the occasion, Jamshedpur MP Bidyut Baran Mahato said the Modi government had taken good care of all classes of people. He apprised the MoS about the existing health facilities at MGM Hospital. Dr Karad directed the Deputy Commissioner to list all issues of MGMCH and send them to Central government through the state government.

A vote of thanks was proposed by district general secretary Anil Modi.

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