India has advanced under the dynamic leadership of PM Modi. India's economy achieved a historic milestone on Sunday, November 19, surpassing the $4 trillion mark in nominal terms for the first time ever in its GDP.
PM Modi starts his 2-day visit to Rajasthan and Gujarat on 27 July. On his visit to Rajasthan Prime Minister Modi reached Sikar at exactly 11 Am and left around 1 Pm. After this, he left for Rajkot, Gujarat directly from here. In this 2-hour tour, the PM made a lot of announcements for the farmers of India and students of Rajasthan. The PM’s public meeting was held in Sanwali Circle of Sikar District. All the arrangements for this meeting were being looked after by the senior BJP leaders of the state and the higher authorities of the district. Rajasthan will see a major expansion as the PM inaugurates 5 medical colleges and also lays the foundation stone for 7 medical colleges.
In a suggestive move to benefit farmers, the PM dedicates 1.25 lakh Kisan Samriddhi Kendra to the Nation. In the list, the Prime Minister launched Gold- Sulphur Coated Urea which is more beneficial and economical than neem-coated urea. The PM also released the 14th instalment amount of PM Kisan worth Rs 17,000 crore. He also launched the onboarding of 1500 FPOs (Farmers Producer Organisations) on Open Network For Digital Commerce.
In his Speech PM frequently discussed the ‘Red Diary’ incident and said “In the red diary all the black deeds of Congress party are written. If the pages of this diary are opened then everyone’s black deed will come out.” In his further statement, he praised the historical bravery of Rajasthan and the state farmers, with the lack of water resources they did so well in agriculture.
This visit is very crucial for the State BJP due to upcoming state elections. But, the visit of PM Modi seems to be engrossed in controversies just a few hours before the start of the public meeting. A war of words started on Twitter between the Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot and the PMO. This morning, in a tweet, the CM confronted the PMO for cancelling his welcoming speech and criticising them for not cooperating with the state government.
From there PM will reach Rajkot around 3:15 PM where he will inaugurate the Rajkot International Airport and also launch some development projects worth Rs 860 crore at Race Course Ground in Rajkot. After this PM leaves for Gandhinagar the state capital and on 28th July, will inaugurate the Semicon India 2023.