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PM Modi in Varanasi: 'We want to transform people's lives in next 5 years' Live

While Speaking At The Townhall, Modi Thanked Supporters Who Turned Up In Large Numbers To Participate In His Roadshow.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Kanishk Sharma | Updated on: 04 Mar 2017, 08:51:33 PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses BJP workers in Varanasi. (ANI/Twitter)

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed party workers in Varanasi after holding a roadshow in the holy city on Saturday. 

While speaking at the Townhall, Modi thanked supporters for participating in the event in large numbers.

Here are the highlights from PM's speech: 

# We want to transform people's lives in Varanasi in the next five years: PM

# 500 regions were declared open defecation free. But what is the reason not even a single region from UP made it to the list: PM in Varanasi

# This region can lead when it comes to holistic healthcare. We have increased PG medical seats in medical colleges and hospitals: PM

# They spread lies about round-the-clock power supply. But during their temple visit today, there was power outage: PM Modi in Varanasi

# We are giving impetus to infrastructure development in Kashi. Be it roads, railways we are taking every measure that benefits people: PM

# Lot of development works that were pending in Kashi have been resumed: PM 

# It is my duty to serve the people of Kashi: PM Modi in Varanasi

# We want Varanasi to be a connect between the ancient and the modern era: PM

# Kashi is not just a city, it is a symbol of humanity. Our effort is to build an 'Uttam Kashi': PM Modi in Varanasi

# Have made Kashi my 'Karya Kshetra' so that we can regain the pride of the region: PM Modi in Varanasi

# Kashi is a symbol of humanity: PM Modi

# I am not just a PM, I am also a BJP worker: PM Modi

# I am fortunate to visit the holy city of Kashi: PM Modi

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First Published : 04 Mar 2017, 08:01:00 PM

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