Odisha: 'We have built over 4 lakh toilets in schools', asserts PM Modi

| Thursday, June 2, 2016 - 12:36
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Prime Minister Modi addresses rally in Odhisha to mark NDA's 2 yr completion

Bhuvaneshwar: To mark the completion of 2 years of  the BJP-led NDA Government at the Centre, PM Modi, on Thursday, addressed a rally at Balasore in Odhisha. 
Today's programmes in Odisha include inauguration of National Institute of Science Education & Research and prayers at Jagannath Temple.
What did the PM say:
"Yeh Sarkar garibon key liye hai", said PM Modi comparing development in the BJP ruled states to the poor development in other states ruled by opposition parties.
Lauding the strength in the rally, PM Modi mentioned "Abhi koi elections paas nahi hain, phir bhi aap is garmi mein bhari sankhya mein aaye hain”
"Hamne school mein 4 lakh sey jyada toilets banwaye hain" asserted PM Modi stating that now girls will no longer be forced to discontinue their education.
"Hamein garibi sey mukti paani hai" stated Modi adressing about the conditions in the state.
"18000 villages in India don't have electricity and same is the case in Odhisha"  stated Modi taking about the effort that have been taken to provide electricity.
a) Need to make electricity available in the state
b) Anganwadi system is best for the poor children’s development
c) People's mindset about gender equality must change
d) Steps have been taken to eradicate powerty
e) Lack of development in Bihar, West Bengal, Odisha
This is PM Modi's third visit to Odisha this year and the fourth, after he took over in 2014.
Prime Minister Modi had earlier addressed a farmers' rally at Bargarh on February 21 and inaugurated the oil refinery project of Indian Oil Corporation Limited on February 7.


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