In Mahatma Gandhi, we have one of the greatest environment champions to have ever lived.Prime Minister Narendra Modi
If humanity had followed the path given by him, we would not face many of the problems we do today.
I would urge you all to visit Mahatma Gandhi’s home in Porbandar
Zoramthanga – Chief Minister, Mizoram:
The Chapchar Kut is a festival of Mizoram, celebrated during March after completion of their most arduous task of jhum operation i.e., jungle-clearing (clearing of the remnants of burning).
It is a spring festival celebrated with great favour and gaiety.
Chapchar Kut Chibai !
Dharmendra Pradhan – Union Minister:
Congratulations to AMNS India and Odisha Government for signing of MoU for setting up a 12 MT integrated steel plant in Kendrapada district with an investment of ₹ 50,000 crore.
This mega steel plant in Kendrapada will bring a new wave of economic development and employment generation in Odisha and will give boost to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s vision of Purvodaya and Aatmanirbhar Bharat.
Government of India is committed to provide all kind of facilities for setting up of this mega steel plant.
Gratitude to PM Narendra Modi for according highest priority to the holistic and business-friendly development initiatives in Odisha.
The proposed steel plant will benefit from massive infrastructure developments in the region over the past 6 years.
Expansion of Paradip port, setting up of Mahanadi riverine port, key rail corridors, such as the Paradip-Haridaspur new line will facilitate industrial development.
Capt Amarinder Singh – Chief Minister, Punjab:
Those who ask why farmers are protesting against Centre’s farm laws need to answer these 10 questions.
The answers to these questions will explain why these laws are not in favour of our farmers or our country.
Capt Amarinder Singh in Punjab Assembly:
It’s extremely regretful that Government of India has neither resolved the present farming crisis caused by their 3 Farm Laws nor have they conveyed assent of President under Article 254 (2) to the three amendments that Punjab Vidhan Sabha had passed in October 2020.
This inconsiderate & unresponsive attitude has further angered farmers who to their credit are continuing with their peaceful agitation.
Because of this, not only the State has suffered a substantial economic loss but it has also sadly cost us lives of 125 farmers so far.
The House resolves to once again urge upon the Government of India to withdraw these laws unconditionally in the larger interest of the farmers and the State and to continue with the existing system of MSP-based government procurement of food grains.