PM in Arunachal, Tripura tomorrow

PM in Arunachal, Tripura tomorrow

PM Modi said that ties between India and Oman remain strong and that the Indian community in Oman played a key role in strengthening the ties.

Clad in traditional tribal headgear, Modi dedicated the state civil secretariat building to the people, laid the foundation stone for the Academic Block of the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Science and inaugurated the Dorjee Khandu state convention centre.

For the first time since Doklam stand-off, PM Narendra Modi is visiting Arunachal Pradesh today.

"The Chinese government has never recognized the so-called Arunachal Pradesh and is firmly opposed to the Indian leader's visit to the disputed area", said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang.

"Since Pema Khandu is not a CM of a state near Delhi, he is not given much TV space but it is Khandu who is making a blue print for developing Arunachal Pradesh by 2027", said PM Modi while addressing the gathering at IG park in Itanagar on Thursday.

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PM added, "Now the people of Tripura will not stand the Communist party's govt, bid them such a farewell that they can not return. aur ye vasuli tantra aur atyachaar ak karobar na chalayen,"PM Modi lauded".

A tweet from the PMO quoted Prime Minister as saying, "Why should meetings only be held in the national capital. And, he did not only ask officials for inputs but also asked people from all walks of life".

"This is more than a building, it is a vibrant centre that will further the aspirations of Arunachal Pradesh". He also said that the government had brought down prices for the benefit of the poor and middle class families. The train, to be named as "Arunachal Express", will run twice a week, he added.

In a video slightly over one minute, Congress has asked PM Modi to "Spread Love" and not "Jumalas" on the Valentine's Day. Referring to the BJP-led NDA government's crusade against corruption, Modi said the government has been able to curb corruption through the direct bank transfer (DBT) scheme.

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