PM Modi Dahod Tribal Meet Highlights

PM Modi Dahod Tribal Meet Highlights : PM Narendra Modi Gujarat Visit News Updates: Tribal populations from adjoining districts of Mahisagar, Chhota Udepur, Panchmahal, and Vadodara are expected to be attending the convention.

PM Narendra Modi Gujarat, Dahod Visit News: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday while addressing the tribal population in Gujarat in Dahod said that the district will soon have a Rs 20,000 crore railway workshop for electric locomotive engines and will contribute to Make in India flagship. Addressing an Adivasi Mahasammelan (Tribal Convention), for which a 17.98 lakh square feet “completely fireproof” dome, “the biggest in Asia”, was made, the Prime Minister said, “It was my dream to see that the railway workshop here was taken to new heights.”

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In a release on Tuesday, the administration said, “The dome erected for the event is 600 meters long and 132 feet wide and does not have a single visible pier of support… Arrangements have been made for drinking water as well as fire safety keeping in mind the crowd expected at the event.” The Dahod district administration on Monday said that it had “sent personalized door-to-door invites to all residents”.

Tribal populations from adjoining districts of Mahisagar, Chhota Udepur, Panchmahal, and Vadodara are also expected to be brought in to attend the convention. District Development Officer Neha Kumari said that for security and law and order, 3000 police personnel have been deployed.PM Modi: Ayush visa will be introduced for foreigners who want to come to India for traditional treatments

Big center for ‘Make in India’: PM Modi unveils development projects worth Rs 22,000 crore for Gujarat’s Dahod

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Wednesday that the Centre would soon introduce a special Ayush visa category for foreign nationals who want to come to India to take advantage of traditional medicine, as part of initiatives to promote medical tourism.

“With this visa, it will make travel easier for accessing Ayush therapies (in India),” said PM Modi while speaking at the inaugural session of the Global Ayush Investment and Innovation Summit 2022 at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar. He added that the Centre has a plethora of initiatives to encourage and promote the Ayush sector, including the establishment of a digital portal to connect medicinal plant farmers with Ayush product manufacturers. (Read the full article by Sohini Ghosh) 

Constructed a massive museum for Birsa Munda in Ranchi: PM Modi

The Prime Minister on Wednesday also attacked the Opposition for neglecting the tribal freedom fighters. “Real freedom fighters were buried in the pages of history in the first 70 years of Independence,” he said.

“Today we have constructed a massive museum for Birsa Munda in Ranchi, Jharkhand. But I want to tell the people of Dahod that their contribution to the uprising in Mangadh gave the British soldiers a tough fight’. One cannot forget Govind Guru. There was no area in Dahod where tribals did not pick up their bow and arrow and fight,” the PM added.

He also said, “When I was CM, tribal areas did not have science classes. How would my tribal girls and boys become engineers and doctors… So, I created science classes. Now there are medical colleges in tribal areas; children from tribal areas are going abroad. This is the path to development that we have created.” (ENS)

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Make strength of mothers, sisters the center of the road to development: PM

Stressing on the issue of equal opportunity for women in the field of development in the area, PM Modi said, “You have to make the strength of your mothers and sisters the center of your road to development.”

“When there is a water crisis, the first person to be troubled is a mother… So for over 6 crore tribal families in India, we have undertaken the Nal see Jal project. We will implement this even for the 5 lakh tribal population of Gujarat,” he added. 

He also said, “I am proud that many tribal women and girls from Gujarat, who haven’t even studied until class 7 have their eyes sparkling when they speak of the benefits that they have reaped from natural farming. A few years ago, Dahod was known as the Phulwadi due to its flower farming and the flowers from here went to temples in Mumbai… ” (ENS)





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