Ashok Gehlot to PM Modi on Opposition Respect: “I Think You Will Also…”
At a ceremony to launch several projects in front of PM Modi, he said, “If this is accomplished, the current administration and the opposition will be able to contribute to the country with more vigor.” “Respecting the opposition is important. I believe you (the PM) will follow suit,” he added.
The opposition must be respected in a democracy
Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan and a prominent member of the Congress, said today that in a democracy, the opposition must be respected, and he predicted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “will take steps in this direction.”
“The nation will stay united if we all work together”
During a ceremony to officially launch several projects with Prime Minister Modi in attendance, he said, “If this is accomplished, the current administration and the opposition will be able to serve the country with more vigor.”
“Respecting the opposition is important. I believe you (the PM) will follow suit,” Mr. Gehlot said.
The chief minister of Rajasthan added that Rajiv and Indira Gandhi, both former prime ministers, sacrificed their lives for the good of the country.
He declared, “The nation will stay united if we all work together.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Shrinathji temple
Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Udaipur, welcomed Modi earlier at the airport.
The temple trust greeted the prime minister when he arrived.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi prayed earlier in the day at the Shrinathji temple in Nathdwara town, Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district.
He will arrive at the Damodar Stadium (Nathdwara), where he will address a crowd of people after visiting the temple.
PM introduces development Schemes worth more than $5,500 million
The prime minister traveled from the temple to the location where he will introduce development initiatives worth more than $5,500 million in Rajasthan.
The projects are aimed at improving the region’s infrastructure and connectivity.
The PMO had stated that the infrastructure and connectivity of the region will be strengthened as a result of the projects the prime minister will launch and that improvements to the region’s roads and railways will make it easier for people to move goods and services around, boosting trade and commerce as well as their socioeconomic standing.
Among the projects, Modi will lay the cornerstones for the renovation of the Udaipur railway station and the upgrading of roads in Rajsamand and Udaipur to two lanes.
Three national highway projects, including the 114 km long, six-lane Udaipur to Shamlaji section of NH-48, the 110 km long, widening and strengthening to 4 lanes with paved shoulder section of NH-25, and the 47 km long, two-lane with paved shoulder section of NH 58E, will be officially opened by Modi.
He will also dedicate a nursing college expansion, the second phase of Shivmani Old Age Home, and a super specialty charitable global hospital.
The hospital will be built on 50 acres of land on Abu Road.