PM Modi pays tribute to Babasaheb Ambedkar, says 'We write a new chapter'
PM Modi pays tribute to Babasaheb Ambedkar, says 'We write a new chapter'

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to the architect of the Constitution, Babasaheb Ambedkar. Prime Minister Modi addressed a media summit and described the achievements of the government in it. He referred from the Ayodhya case to the Civil Amendment Bill. Prime Minister Modi said, 'We are not going to leave the page, we are among those who write a new chapter. We are the people who trust the country's strength, resources and dreams of the country. . We are making every effort to use every available resource in the country for the better future of the countrymen with all sincerity and honesty.

In his statement, the Prime Minister said, "A better tomorrow will be created than today's discussion. Today is the death anniversary of Babasaheb Ambedkar, the creator of the Constitution. I pay tribute to him. Prime Minister Modi said, 'We have to remember that before the decision of Ram Janmabhoomi, what doubts were being expressed. The decision came in the morning and by evening, the people of the country proved all the apprehensions wrong. There was a sense of better future behind it.

Apart from this, pointing to the Citizens Amendment Bill, the Prime Minister said, "Hundreds of families from neighboring countries who had faith in Maa Bharati, when their path of citizenship will open, it will ensure their better future. The decision taken regarding the unauthorized colonies of Delhi has paved the way for a better future of 40 lakh people here. Also, Prime Minister Modi said, 'Vaccination problems, water crisis, power crisis, death rate of mothers and newborns, malnutrition are high in many areas of the country, many districts. Our government is now developing 112 districts as Aspirational Districts. Now we are working in these districts by fully focusing on every parameter of development, on every parameter of governance.

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