What PM Narendra Modi wrote in this book; read full text

Oct 20, 2018, 15:53 PM IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has offered prayers at Sai Baba temple of Shirdi in Maharashtra on Friday. PM Modi also addressed an event where he also intereacted with some beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). He also wrote a message in the visitor's book of the temple. 

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PM Narendra Modi: Poverty Alleviation

PM Narendra Modi: Poverty Alleviation

In his speech, PM Modi accused the previous Congress-led government of not being serious about poverty alleviation and working only to promote the "name of a particular family".

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Narendra Modi: 1.25 crore houses built

Narendra Modi: 1.25 crore houses built

The previous (UPA) government built only 25 lakh houses for the poor in the last four years of its rule, while the present NDA government has created 1.25 crore houses in its four-year tenure, Modi said.

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Narendra Modi: Housing for All by 2022

Narendra Modi: Housing for All by 2022

Narendra Modi reiterated his government's aim to ensure that all the homeless get shelter by 2022, when India celebrates 75 years of Independence.

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Narendra Modi: Monetary Assistance

Narendra Modi: Monetary Assistance

Besides reducing the time taken for constructing a house, the government has also increased its size as well as the monetary assistance from Rs 70,000 to Rs 1.20 lakh (for each house), said PM Narendra Modi.

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Narendra Modi: Message to Shirdi Temple Visitors Book

Narendra Modi: Message to Shirdi Temple Visitors Book

In his message written in the visitors' book after offering prayers at the temple, Modi said, "I felt immense peace after 'darshan' of Saibaba. His message of faith and patience is one which inspires the entire humanity." The PM said that in Shirdi, one gets to witness the spirit of equality of all religions and people from all faiths bow before Saibaba. I bow before Saibaba's feet with the wish that all devotees of Saibaba get his blessings and achieve happiness and peace," Modi wrote in Hindi.

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