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PM Modi, flanked by UP CM Yogi Adityanath, took a cruise trip on the river Ganga as he watched lakhs of diyas illuminate the ghats of Varanasi on the event of Dev Diwali.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated Dev Diwali in his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi on Monday. PM Modi inaugurated a six-lane freeway, took a cruise trip in river Ganga, lit the customary first earthen lamp and loved a spectacular laser present on ghats of the historic metropolis. The prime minister, nevertheless, did not overlook to tear into the opposition over farmers’ protests whereas additionally reaching out to the agitators.

Addressing the gathering after lighting a ‘diya’, PM Modi wished the individuals in Bhojpuri on the event of ‘Kartik Purnima’ and ‘Gurupurab’.

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“Regardless of how a lot issues have modified on account of COVID-19, none can change the urja, bhakti and shakti of Kashi,” PM Modi stated.

He highlighted that ‘Dev Diwali’ was particular this 12 months as a result of it marks the return of ‘Maa Annapurna’.

“The statue of Maa Annapurna which was stolen from India over 100 years in the past is coming again to the nation. This can be a lucky second for Kashi. If this effort was made earlier, many such statues would have been introduced again to India. Nonetheless, some individuals’s considering is completely different. For us, inheritance means heritage. For some, inheritance means their very own household,” the PM stated.

Slams Opposition

Speaking about his dream challenge ‘Kashi Vishwanath Hall’, PM Modi hit out on the opposition for opposing his resolution, saying that some individuals have a behavior of opposing all the pieces. “Once we introduced the Kashi Vishwanath Hall challenge, these individuals opposed it, however in the present day the historic temple has a brand new look,” he stated.

“For us, inheritance means heritage. For some inheritance means their dynasty,” PM Modi added.

Blasts China

With out taking the neighbouring nation’s title, PM Modi slammed China over its ‘expansionist’ insurance policies, and hailed our jawans for preserving India’s borders safe.

“On the event of Dev Deepawali, I pay my tributes to all those that have laid their lives for the nation. The nation is giving a befitting reply to the expansionist forces, these making an attempt to infiltrate into India or be it these making an attempt to interrupt the nation from inside,” PM Modi stated.

Allays Considerations of Farmers

PM Modi, who additionally supplied prayers on the Kashi Vishwanath temple, made it some extent to allay considerations of farmers that MSP and mandi mechanism can be discontinued. 1000’s of farmers, principally from Punjab and Haryana, have been protesting at Delhi borders since final 5 days towards the brand new farm legal guidelines.

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“The farmers are being deceived on these historic agriculture reform legal guidelines by the identical individuals who have misled them for many years,” he stated, in an obvious reference to events which are supporting the protest.

He reiterated that farmers who wished to observe the outdated system of buying and selling – referring to the ‘mandis’ the place they will get the MSP – are nonetheless free to take action. However the three legal guidelines gave them new choices to promote for extra, PM Modi stated.

(With inputs from PTI)

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