Government is empowering the marginalized sections to make them a strong nation: PM Modi India News – Times of India

BHIMAVARAN: Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Monday, he said that the central government has been empowering tribals, women, dalits and other deprived and neglected sections of the society for the last eight years to build a strong nation.
PM Modi, who unveiled 30 feet high bronze statue of aluri At Bhimavaram in West Godavari district, Sitarama Raju, to launch the celebrations to mark the 125th birth anniversary of the revolutionary freedom fighter, said that India should give its resources to these sections and improve their skills besides preserving their culture.
The PM asked everyone to remember the freedom fighters of the country and take inspiration from their sacrifices. “The country today needs equal commitment from the people to build a new and strong India. The central government, with the support of all the state governments, celebrates the 75th year of India’s independence throughout the year for the sacrifices of our freedom fighters. Will keep reminding everyone about
calling Andra Pradesh The “land of warriors”, the PM said, apart from revolutionary icons like Alluri Sitarama Raju, the state has also produced great patriots and freedom fighters like Pingali Venkaiah, Kanneganti Hanumanthu, Kandukuri Veerasalingam and Vuyalvada Narasimha Reddy.
He also stressed on the need to give more opportunities to the tribals, adding that his government has increased the MSP for 90 forest products of tribals as against 12 given till 2014. He also honored Alluri’s successors and his follower – the 83-year-old. Alluri Sriramaraju and Bodi Dora, the grandson of Mallu Dora, who was Alluri’s right hand during his fight against the British.
Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan ReddyThe one who presided over the meeting said that his government has named a district after the revolutionary freedom fighter. “We will continue to work for the upliftment of tribals and will complete the work started by Alluri,” the chief minister said.
Governor Vishwabhushan Harichandan, Union Minister of Tourism and Culture G Kishan Reddy, Actor K Chiranjeeviand other leaders were present.