Narendra Modi Highlights: We Should Aim For ‘Evergreen Revolution’, PM In Assam

Narendra Modi Highlights: We Should Aim For ‘Evergreen Revolution’, PM In Assam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today laid the foundation stone for Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) in Assam’s Lakhimpur soon after inaugurating Dhola-Sadiya bridge – India’s longest bridge in Tinsukia district. PM Modi, while making a public speech, took at dig at Congress saying that “tokenism does not help develop the country”.  Talking about how organic farming can be a great scope for northeast, the 66-year-old leader said, “We must aspire for a second green revolution,” adding, “we should also aim at an evergreen revolution.” After opening India’s longest bridge, the PM said the bridge will bring a new economic revolution in the country. The bridge, he said, will be named after famous Assamese singer Bhupen Hazarika. The Modi government is celebrating its three years of governance, after it defeated the ruling-party Congress in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, in the country today. PM Modi, as part of elaborate celebrations that will go on for the next 20 days, visited Assam today. The BJP-led government also completes one year in the northeastern state. Read More…

 

 

 

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