PM Narendra Modi gifts house to 1.15 Lakh sister of Gujarat
Minister Narendra Modi during his a day-long visit to his home state
Gujarat on Thursday, handed over one lakh houses built under the Pradhan
Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) to the beneficiaries spread across 24
districts of Gujarat.
Prime Minister interacted with beneficiaries of the scheme through video conferencing. All the houses built under the PMAY has a woman as an owner of the property, women from the weaker section of the society are now owning a house with all necessary amenities including a toilet and running water. Interacting with PM Hansaben Bhanushali from Kutch district expressed her gratitude towards the prime minister for the house.
Prime Minister addressing the gathering in Valsad said “Home for all is a goal of my government.” festival of Raksha Bandhan is near and there can not be better and bigger gift of houses in their own names for my mothers and sister across the state.”
Till now the news was about houses and interiors of the ministers but now news will be about the houses of the poor he said.
Later in the afternoon PM addressed a huge gathering in Junagadh, where he hits out at the previous government. PM said, ” Previous government did not show courage in fixing minimum support price.”
Prime minister lauding the work done by BJP lead government said we are working for the poor and farmers, with a mission to double the farmer’s income by 2022 several steps have been taken for the farmers’ community. ” Big economists of our country are not willing to listen to me and have been repeatedly declaring that this is impossible to do, but farmers of this country has the ability to grow gold by sheer hard work. They have the ability to harvest good crop even on pebble-strewn land.” Prime Minister said.
Talking about the flagship programme ” Swachh Bharat Abhiyan”, Prime Minister said” India would have been free of diseases if Swachh Bharat programme was launched 70 years ago. Recently the World Health Organization published a report which stated that the death of three lakh children can be prevented if cleanliness improves.
PM also inaugurated the new building of a fisheries college affiliated to Junagadh Agriculture University at Veraval. While inaugurating a 700-bed GMERS general hospital in Junagadh PM Modi praised the initiatives of BJP led state government in the healthcare sector.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and other senior leaders accompanied prime minister during his visit to the state on Thursday.