PM Narendra Modi to visit Ajmer on May 31

JAIPUR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Ajmer in Rajasthan on May 31, said party leaders today, May 23. Prime Minister will address a public meeting on the occasion of the completion of 9 years of his double-engine government. BJP has started preparations to accord a grand welcome to the Prime Minister, said party workers.

Party leaders provided this information, stating that J.P. Nadda, the national head of the BJP, had originally been slated to come. Now, though, things are getting ready for Prime Minister Modi's planned visit. Workers for the BJP claimed that a venue has been suggested for the event where he will address the public. At the BJP meeting on Tuesday, a decision in this regard will be made.

On reaching nine years in office, Modi may possibly reveal "gifts." On this occasion, it is possible to schedule a few inaugurations and foundation-laying events. Modi was originally scheduled to travel to Sikar, but party leaders have since confirmed that he would instead visit Ajmer on May 31.

Narendra Modi assumed office as the Prime Minister of India on May 26, 2014. Modi's tenure as Prime Minister has been characterized by a focus on economic reforms, development initiatives, and foreign policy. He has implemented various ambitious programs such as "Make in India," aimed at boosting domestic manufacturing, and "Digital India," aimed at promoting technology and connectivity across the country.

Under Modi's leadership, several welfare schemes were launched to address social and economic issues, including the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (financial inclusion program), Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (cleanliness campaign), and the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (providing clean cooking fuel to rural households). Additionally, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was introduced as a comprehensive tax reform to streamline the indirect taxation system.

Modi's government has also prioritized infrastructure development, rural electrification, and renewable energy. He has sought to strengthen India's international relations, engaging in diplomatic initiatives and promoting closer ties with various countries.


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