While inspecting the Pragati Maidan tunnel, PM Modi picked up the garbage, gave the message of cleanliness, watch video
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated the Pragati Maidan Integrated Transit Corridor Tunnel and Underpass. After the inauguration, the PM started the inspection of the tunnel. Meanwhile, a strange sight was seen. Actually, a wrapper and a plastic bottle were found lying on the shore during the PM’s walk. Then he himself picked up the garbage and gave the message of cleanliness to the countrymen. Even before this, the PM has often been giving the message of cleanliness and has been seen picking up the garbage himself.
PM Modi, who started the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, emphasized on keeping the environment clean and followed it. Earlier in 2019, PM Modi was seen picking up garbage at a beach in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu. He then tweeted, “Plugging a beach in Mamallapuram this morning.” It lasted for over 30 minutes. I handed over the collected items to one of the hotel staff, Jayaraj. Let us decide to keep our public places clean.
Pragati Tunnel inaugurated in Delhi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the tunnel at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. Earlier, PM Modi had inspected the tunnel. Meanwhile, PM Modi said that Pragati Maidan was built decades ago to show India’s progress, strength of Indians, Indian products, our culture, but the progress of Pragati Maidan stalled for a long time. His plan was shown on paper, but nothing happened on the ground. Amidst the Agneepath controversy, PM Modi said that this is today’s new India. This is what India deals with. He said that he has to face difficulties in doing new work.
PM Modi from Pragati Maidan said that this is not being done to change the picture but to change the fate. The emphasis of the central government in Delhi is on modern infrastructure. Its direct result and purpose behind it is on Ease of Living. PM Modi said that many important steps have been taken in the last eight years to solve the problems of Delhi-NCR. In the last 8 years, the service circle of Delhi-NCR Metro has increased from 193 kms to around 400 kms.