PM Modi breaks long silence says 'daughters will definitely get justice'

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Note: In no way do we mean that the tweets done by official handles of Naraendra Modi and Prime Minister's Office were unnecessary, but our question is when the PM has time for these customary updates, why could he not speak on the issues which have set the country on boil.

PM Modi announced that he will not call the districts in Chhattisgarh as "backward". While launching the scheme he said, "In around 1.5 lakh villages, sub centres and primary health centres will be developed as Health and Wellness centres".

In January this year, the Niti Aayog identified 115 aspirational districts which are placed at the bottom of the list of the districts in the country. He asked the parents and the guardians of the youths not to get their children be misled by the outsiders (giving the impression the leadership among Maoist cadres are from outside the Chhattisgarh state).

So were more than 100 other districts in the country. Daughters will be given justice Giving them justice is our responsibility. If you read their names, surnames, you will understand who they are. "If the district administration, public representatives and the people join hands in a mass movement, unprecedented results can be achieved".

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Apart from inaugurating phase 1 of the Bastar Net programme, he also flagged off a train from the Bhanupratappur railway station in Kanker district via video conference.

Chief Minister Raman Singh also addressed the gathering. He made special mention of the development initiatives carried out in Chhattisgarh's southern districts of Sukma, Dantewada and Bijapur. "It would soon be recognised as an economic hub", he pointed out. The symbolic gesture was welcomed by a loud applause.

Welcoming those who had gathered here in Halbi, a local dialect, Modi gave a charan paduka to a woman and hearing aid to another woman.

He also took several selfies and pictures with fellow travellers. He said it was Modi's love and affection for the state that he was leaving no stone unturned for the development of the state.