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PM Modi kickstarts BJP's election campaign in Gujarat, says work is on to end digital divide

Ahead Of The Gujarat Elections, BJP And Prime Minister Narendra Modi Are Not Leaving Any Stones Unturned To Win The Polls. On Saturday, While Addressing Students At IIT Gandhinagar, PM Modi Said That His Government Is Working To End The Digital Divide In India.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Shambhudeep Hore | Updated on: 07 Oct 2017, 06:55:09 PM
PM Modi addresses people at Gandhinagar

New Delhi :

Ahead of the Gujarat elections, BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are not leaving any stones unturned to win the polls. On Saturday, while addressing students at IIT Gandhinagar, PM Modi said that his government is working to end the digital divide in India. Below are the highlights of his speech. 

In his address Modi reacted to the critics who questioned the viability of his bullet train project.  


#Our academics should not be exam driven. The focus should be innovation

#A Digital India guarantees transparency, effective service delivery and good governance

#Gujarat is the only state in all over the world to have a university in Forensic Science

#You are IIT-ians, I was a Tea-ian when I was young (I sold tea). On this day, a few years ago, I took oath as CM for the first time. Till then, I had never even been an MLA. I had decided that whatever I will do, I will do to the best of my abilities

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First Published : 07 Oct 2017, 06:12:42 PM

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