PM Modi lives in people’s hearts: CM

Gwalior, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Prime Minister Shri Modi lives in people’s hearts and the most popular leader in the world. Today, Modi ji is realizing Gandhi ji’s dreams. Today is Shastri Jayanti, and Shastri ji had called upon citizens to observe a day of fasting during the time of food scarcity in the country. Today, the country’s food reserves are full. Madhya Pradesh is a state that exports 22 lakh tons of wheat. During the time of COVID, India administered 200 crore vaccine doses, performing a miracle. Several schemes, including the Jal Jeevan Mission, are benefiting the people. CM Shivraj was speaking at the PM Modi’s public meeting at Gwalior’s Mela Ground today.

Shri Chouhan said that significant progress has been made in the areas of roads, electricity, drinking water, and irrigation in the last 20 years. The Ken-Betwa project with a cost of 44,000 crore rupees, which will give a new direction to the state’s development, has been approved. Prime Minister has given attention to the welfare of the poor. More than 35 lakh houses have been built in the housing scheme in Madhya Pradesh. Land title for residential purpose is being given to the needy, making them landowners.

Tansen’s statue, painting presented to PM

During the program, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan presented Prime Minister Shri Modi with a small statue of Tansen and a colorful painting from the renowned Maratha style of painting called Chiteravali, which is a traditional art form in Gwalior.

Prime Minister Shri Modi also received a warm welcome from Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan at the sacred land of Gwalior, He was presented a small size statue of the music maestro Tansen and a vibrant painting in the Chiteravali art style, created by the famous sculptor Shri Deepak Varma of Gwalior.

This art form, Chiteravali, is a significant part of Gwalior’s culture and has been practiced since 1657. It is still depicted in the Moti Mahal of Gwalior, where it was first created in 1757.

Prime Minister Shri Modi was accompanied by Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan and MP Shri V.D. Sharma. Union Minister Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister Shri Virendra Singh, Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia, Khajuraho MP Shri Vishnu Dutt Sharma and state government ministers like Narottam Mishra, Gopal Bhargava, and others, were present.

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