Narendra Modi in Andaman and Nicobarc

Narendra Modi in Andaman and Nicobar – Modi give bomber gift of 3 islands

Narendra Modi in Andaman and Nicobar Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday changed the name of Havelock Island, Neil Island and Ross Island to Swaraj Island, Shahid Island and Netaji Subhash Chandra Island respectively. Meanwhile, PM Modi gave Deemed University a gift to Port Blair. Apart from this, PM Modi also announced several other projects.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Andaman and Nicobar on Sunday and paid homage to those who lost their lives in the 2004 Tsunami. He also went under the cellular prison in Andaman and Nicobar. After this, PM Modi addressed the rally in Port Blair. During this time, he announced the renovation of Havelock Island, Neil Island and Ross Island. Apart from this, a gift of Deemed University to Andaman-Nicobar.(Narendra Modi in Andaman and Nicobar )

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that now Havelock Island will be known as Swaraj Island, while Neil Island will be known as Shaheed Island. In addition, Ross Island will be known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Island. He said that when it comes to freedom of heroes, Netaji’s name fills us with pride and new energy. The first Prime Minister of Azad Hind Government, Subhash Babu, built the land of Andaman’s land for the freedom of India’s independence. Azad Hind Fauj hoisted the Tricolor of Independence here.

Narendra Modi in Andaman and Nicobar

PM Modi said that the historic event of 30 December 1943 has completed 75 years today. Today, on Sunday, in the memory of the same, we have tried to mark the day in the anniversary of the countrymen by hoisting the 150 feet high flag here. If there is any suspicion and suspicion about India’s unity in the long period of slavery, then it is only a question of mentality, not of the sacraments. Subhash Babu also believed that we are all one from ancient times. In the time of slavery, there has been an attempt to disperse this unity. ‘

PM Modi said, “Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had strong conviction that the mentality can be changed by emphasizing his identity as an external nation. Today, I am happy that 130 million Indians are busy doing Ek Thakur for Netaji’s feelings about an India, a better India. The central government has been trying to raise every small part of its magnificent history for four and a half years. It is in keeping with the countrymen as inspiration, because history is a phenomenon, history is jewel. History is yesterday’s tomorrow, then there is a sense of history coming tomorrow.

PM Modi says – History teaches to be alert and vigilant

History preserves manliness, power and pain, then history is also the inspiration of Purushartha Parakrama. History is the connoisseur of our efforts, so history is also a reflection of our hard work. History cautions us, so history teaches us to stay alert. History is tied in time, then history has the energy of a new resolution too. History encourages us to see new hopes and new dreams, then history also gives us the courage to dedicate ourselves to the future.

Government is committed to ensure the Panch-Day of development in the whole country: Modi

In Port Blair, PM Modi said, “Here is the foundation stone of the important projects and the launch has been done to meet the needs of electricity and water. For the next 20 years, there is no problem of water, for this the height of Dhankari dam is being increased. In the last 6 months, 7 MW Solar Power Plants have already been approved.

PM Modi said that the government is constantly making sincere efforts to ensure the Panchadhara of development all over the country, in which children are educated, earning the youth, medicines to the elderly, irrigation for the farmer and the public hearings. . Today, the plans and the shilanyas of all the schemes have happened, all of them are related to this thinking.

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