PM Modi assures justice in the Kathua and Unnao rape cases

PM Modi assures justice in the Kathua and Unnao rape cases

In his fourth visit to the Chhattisgarh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated several of the projects in Jangal of Bijapur district. "Bijapur excelled and so we made a decision to launch the ambitious health scheme from here on Ambedkar Jayanti", Modi said during his hour-long speech and hoped what Bijapur can achieve in 100 days the remaining aspirational districts can also do so.

Modi's act was applauded by the people gathered as he walked up to the tribal woman and helped her wear the new pair of slippers.

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"In his final speech in the Constituent Assembly, Ambedkar said now that we have constitutional methods of expressing opposition, we should avoid disruptive mechanisms", Kovind said at a function in Mhow, birth place of Bhimrao Ambedkar, on his 127th birth anniversary Saturday.

Ayushman Bharat has twin missions to create a network of health and wellness centres to deliver comprehensive primary health care close to the community, and to provide insurance cover to 40 percent of India's population, which is deprived of secondary and tertiary care, including instance and hospitalisation costs. The BPO centre is provided Internet by the Bastar internet scheme.

PM Modi also spoke about how his government had taken measures to protect Dalits.

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The government aims to develop these centres by 2022.

"Bijapur was labelled a backward district". "I have come here to say that the Centre supports your dreams, aspirations and expectations".

Modi said the Dalit icon was instrumental in getting people from backward classes their rights. If Bijapur can see development in 100 days then why can't the other districts witness the same?

He said the Centre has identified 115 most backward districts in the country to give a special focus on their development. Modi said the government was working on a dual strategy to develop Naxal-affected regions by developing them also trying to bring back the misguided youth back into the mainstream.

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