PM Modi: I don’t need a house, my people are my home

BODELI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed on Wednesday that he does not own a home, but that his administration has helped thousands of daughters in the nation become home owners. At the introduction of several development projects totaling more than Rs 5,000 crore, including projects worth Rs 4,500 crore connected to the education sector, in Bodeli town of the tribal-dominated Chhotaudepur district of Gujarat, PM Modi, who has been in the state for two days, spoke.

I spent a lot of time with you, so I am aware of the problems that the poor confront, and I have always worked to find solutions to those problems. I’m happy today since my government has constructed four crore homes for citizens across. For us, a poor person’s residence is more than just a number, in contrast to prior regimes. Building homes for the impoverished is part of our effort to give them dignity, he said.

Without using any middlemen, we are constructing homes to meet the needs of the impoverished. The names of our women were used to build and register thousands of homes. Even though I don’t own a home, my government has helped thousands of daughters become homeowners,’ he remarked. Ajay Banga, the president of the World Bank, was so impressed with the Gujarat education department’s command and control center in Gandhinagar, known as the “Vidya Samiksha Kendra,” that he pushed Modi to establish such facilities throughout the nation, Modi added.

Ajay Banga, the president of the World Bank, recently paid a visit to Gandhinagar’s Vidya Samiksha Kendra. He urged me to establish similar centers in each of India’s districts during our discussion and stated that the World Bank was willing to support the initiative. The Prime Minister said that his administration had finally unveiled the new National Education Policy (NEP), which had lain dormant for three decades. The opposition, PM Modi claimed, “engaged in politics of reservation” without naming any individuals.

But until I became chief minister, no science school was functional in tribal areas of Gujarat…How will you get admission in medical and engineering colleges if you do not have science schools,” he said.

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