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 8 Jan, 2016, My press release during visit to Palghar Loksabha Constituency in Maharashtra:

 

My press release during visit to Palghar Loksabha Constituency in Maharashtra:

Palghar (Maharashtra), 8 Jan, 2016: Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Minority Affairs Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today said here that the country’s safety, prosperity and peace is priority of the Modi Government and there will be no compromise on these issues.

Addressing the people at Vikramgarh in Maharashtra’s Palghar Loksabha constituency on second day of his visit, Shri Naqvi said that if any evil force will try to harm safety, prosperity and dignity, India is capable to destroy such elements.

Shri Naqvi said that the Narendra Modi Government has adopted a policy of “zero tolerance’’ against terrorism and the terrorists and their masters are disappointed and nervous. Any anti-India activity will not be tolerated.

Shri Naqvi said that terrorism and radicalism are the biggest enemies of the humanity. Terrorism and radicalism have become the biggest challenge to world peace and prosperity. There is a need for united efforts at global level to defeat these evil forces.

Under Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s initiative to connect with the people at grass root level, Shri Naqvi interacted with the people at various places in Palghar. Shri Naqvi visited Manor, Talasari, Boisar, Vikramgarh, and Dhekale on January 7 and 8. Shri Naqvi informed the people about various welfare schemes of the Central Government and also listened to problems of the people. During public meetings and “Jan-Panchayat” with farmers, tribals, minorities, youths, women and industrialists, Shri Naqvi asked them to give suggestions for the next General Budget.

Shri Naqvi said that the Modi Government’s “passion and commitment” to empowerment of poor people, farmers, and youths has been converting into “ground reality”.

Shri Naqvisaid that the Narendra Modi has been taking the “strong-effective-transparent” welfare schemes to the villages, farmers, poor people, weaker sections, youths and women for their socio-economic-educational empowerment. These include schemes such as “Jan Dhan Yojana”, “Atal Pension Yojana”, schemes for life insurance and social security, “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao”, “Sukanya Yojana”, “Digital India”, “Skill India”, “Make in India”, “Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan”, “Pradhanmantri Mudra Yojana”, “Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana” etc.

Shri Naqvi said that for socio-economic-educational empowerment of Minorities, there are welfare schemes such as- “Nai Manzil”, “Nai Roshani”, “USTTAD”, “Sikho aur Kamao”,“Padho Pardes” and “PM’s new 15-point programme”. Minority Affairs Ministry has released hundreds of crores of rupees to different states to ensure empowerment of Minorities. This money has been released under “Multi-Sectoral Development Programme” (MsDP) and other programmes for addressing development deficits by creating socio-economic infrastructure and providing basic amenities, construction of schools, health centres, drinking water facility, toilets, electricity, skill development, etc.

Shri Naqvi said that the Centre is making special efforts for over-all development of tribal, backwards, Minorities concentration areas. These schemes are not only schemes but these are honest and strong commitment of the NDA Government to development of Minorities.