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Achhe din are here, going to get better as Modi coming to you in 2024: Shah

The Union Home Minister was in Diu to chair the meeting of the Western Zonal Council, the forum comprising the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa as well as the UTs of Dadra & Nagar Haveli (D&NH) and Daman & Diu (D&D).

Union Home Minister Amit Shah with Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel, Goa CM Pramod Sawant and other dignitaries, during the 25th Western Zonal Council meeting, in Diu. (PTI)

HOME MINISTER Amit Shah on Saturday said achhe din (good days) are here and that they are going to be better in coming days as the country walks on the path of development with “Narendra Modi coming to you in 2024”.

Addressing a public meeting at the Padmabhushan Sports Complex in the Union Territory of Diu, Shah said, “Mitron, sara divso avi to gaya j chhe. Achhe din aa gaye hain magar aur bhi achhe hone wale hain (Friends, good days are already here and they are going to be even better). Narendra Modi has done the job of changing India over the past eight years. Narendrabhai is coming to you in 2024, having presented to us the map of development for the next 25 years, culminating with the centenary of India’s Independence.”

The Union Home Minister was in Diu to chair the meeting of the Western Zonal Council, the forum comprising Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa as well as the UTs of Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu.

Saying that he has been a witness to the government’s work first as the national president of the BJP and then as the Union Home Minister, Shah said, “It is our popular leader Narendra Modi who achieved the feat of increasing the country’s oxygen generation capacity by 10 times within a month…”

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Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, Gujarat’s Revenue Minister Rajendra Trivedi and Minister of State for Home, Harsh Sanghvi, Administrator of the UT of D&NH and D&D, Praful Patel and local MP Lalu Patel were present.

Shah also laid the foundation stones of seven infrastructure projects worth Rs 80 crore in Diu. They include a cable car service between Diu and Ghoghla, a public plaza near the historic Diu fort and memorials. He also inaugurated the INS Khukri memorial featuring a decommissioned ship of the Indian Navy having the same name.

First published on: 12-06-2022 at 12:43:10 am
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