PM Modi presents a pair of slippers to a tribal woman
Apr 15 2018 by Desiree Burns
"I would like to tell the youth on the path of violence that the Constitution takes care of your rights. The government is committed to protect your rights", he said.
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During his trip to Chhattisgarh, the PM inaugurated the first health centre under Ayushman Bharat Scheme in Bijapur on Saturday.
The organisers said they have had an "overwhelming response" to the studio-style interaction, which will see Modi in conversation with a host who will put questions to him from around the world. Addressing the tribals, Modi said: "I have come to Bijapur with Taking inspiration from Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar, I have come to Bijapur to give the people and the administration here the confidence that the government at the Centre is yours, it supports your wishes and aspirations". So were more than 100 other districts in the country.
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Referring to himself, the PM said, "If today this brother of yours, who is the son of a poor woman and hails from a backward community, is the Prime Minister of the country then it is because of Babasaheb". "If the district administration, public representatives and the people join hands in a mass movement, unprecedented results can be achieved".
He said the government was working with a different approach for 115 backward districts, which were categorised as "aspirational districts" and "ambitious districts".
Modi during his visit flagged off a passenger train through video conferencing with an all-woman staff - railway loco pilot, assistant local pilot, station superintendent, train guard, train ticket examiner, and ticket counter in-charge are taken up by women. During his tenure as Prime Minister, this was his fourth visit to Chhattisgarh and second visit to Bastar region. "They are not residents of your state, keep themselves safe but get your children killed", Modi said.