Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated several projects in Uttarakhand including construction of a 68 MLD sewage treatment plant at Jagjitpur in Haridwar, upgradation of the existing 27 MLD sewage treatment plant and 18 MLD sewage treatment at the inn of Haridwar. Construction of the plant is included.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) inaugurated six major projects in Uttarakhand through video conference on Tuesday under the 'Namami Gange' mission. During this time, the PM also reacted to the protest on the Farmer's Act. The PM said that on the farmers bill, the PM said that major reforms have been made related to the farmers, workers and the health of the country. With these reforms, the workers of the country will be empowered, the youth of the country will be empowered, the women of the country will be empowered, the farmers of the country will be empowered. But today the country is seeing how some people are protesting only for protest.
The PM said that 'Today when the Central Government is giving the farmers their rights, even these people have come down on the protest. These people want that the farmers of the country could not sell their produce in the open market. These people are now insulting the farmers by setting fire on the goods and equipment that the farmer worships.
Till date, no big leader has gone to the Statue of Unity - PM
said that in this period, the country has seen how the Digital India campaign, Jan Dhan bank accounts have helped the people. If they did, then these people were opposing them. When the bank account of the poor of the country is opened, they should also do digital transactions, these people have always opposed it.
The Prime Minister said that on the initiative of India, when the whole world was celebrating International Yoga Day, these people sitting in India were opposing it. When the tallest statue of Sardar Patel was being unveiled, these people were still opposing it. Till date, no major leader has gone to the Statue of Unity.