More 'Jai Hinds' Heard In Arunachal Than Anywhere In India: PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Arunachal Pradesh and poll-bound Tripura tomorrow, officials said.

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PM Modi, who inaugurated Dorjee Khandu State Convention Centre, said that he will personally ask people to hold more meeting in Arunachal Pradesh. Why should meetings only be held in the national capital.

"If you travel to Arunachal Pradesh for a day, you will hear more Jai Hind than you will hear after travelling the entire country for a week", he added.

Launching a scathing attack on the Manik Sarkar government, he said, "Poor people had to commit suicide because their hard earned money was looted by chit funds and some state ministers were accused of being involved. This is the level of patriotism here".

"CPM believes in gun-tantra, not ganatantra (democracy)", PM Modi said.

"Since 2014, hundred-plus visits have been made to the North Eastern States by union ministers along with their officers to resolve issues pertaining to respective states", Khandu said. "We had agriculture ministers' conference in Sikkim with sole objective to ensure that everybody witnesses what Sikkim has done in the field of organic cultivation". The Prime Minister has been waving to the crowd that sits at the venue in anticipation. "Time to change this and usher in good governance", he said, adding "the Left will be hard to find in Tripura after the results are declared". Local doctors understand local heath problems.

For farmers, we are ensuring they get better access to markets, says PM. He said the Union government is working towards building medical colleges in all parts of the nation. "Presently scheme worth Rs 18,000 Crore is undergoing in Arunachal Pradesh".

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