Narendra Modi To Be First PM To Visit Chandra Shekhar Azad’s Village : On Tuesday, The PM Narendra Modi said in Alirajpur, Madhya Pradesh that the freedom that every Indian enjoys can be felt by Kashmiris too.
Addressing a gathering at freedom fighter Chandra shekhar Azad’s birthplace in the tribal-dominated Alirajpur. PM Modi said that Some people are causing a lot of harm to Kashmir – a place every Indians love to go and we give so much love to.
PM Modi wished that every Kashmiri youth would have a bright future.
PM Modi appealed for harmony and peace in the valley and asked the youth to keep Kashmir as heaven on earth. PM Modi also appealed to those who are holding guns in the Kashmir valley to give it up and take up plough to turn Kashmir green for the benefit of its people.
Modi said that Boys who should be holding balls, bats and laptops and dreams in their hearts are the ones carrying stones in the kashmir valley.
PM Modi claimed that We are the people who walk the path that Atal Bihari Vajpayee took when it comes to Kashmir.
Today, PM Modi pledged all help for the betterment of the people of Kashmir. Kashmir wants peace.
PM Modi stated that Whatever Kashmiris want for betterment of their livelihood, the Central government will help. We want development for Jammu and Kashmir.
PM Modi said reference to India’s unity that Our flag inspires the people to change the future of India. It inspires patriot in us.
Madhya Pradesh minister Vishwas Sarang said that PM Modi is the first Prime Minister to visit the birthplace of Azad.
Speaking at the event, Modi said that it is my good fate to be here. I bow my head at the birthplace of Chandrashekhar Azad. Many of us were born in a free India. But freedom fighters got the honour to sacrifice their lives for the nation.
The Prime Minister, accompanied by Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan, also visited an exhibition based on the life of Azad.
PM Modi will launch a campaign ’70, Azaadi Yaad Karo Qurbani’ on the occasion at Jothrada, about 7 km from Bhabhra. He will address a meeting.