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Kashi Vishwanath Dham Project, ‘buy local’ and ‘Bharat ki Lakshmi’: Narendra Modi addresses party karyakartas from Varanasi

PM Modi also suggested that on the auspicious occasion of Diwali, people celebrate 'Bharat ki Lakshmi'. He said that there will be one girl in our neighbourhood who must have accomplished a certain feat. Through 'Bharat ki Lakshmi', we honour the daughters of our country, he said.

Prime Minister Modi addressed karyakartas of the BJP from Varanasi today ahead of Diwali. During his address, he conveyed his condolences towards the family of Kameshwar Narayan Singh after he passed away on the 10th of October and paid his tributes to the late veteran karyakarta.

PM Narendra Modi interacted with the karyakartas from Varanasi and answered several of their queries. In response to a question regarding the vision he had for the Kashi Vishwanath Dham Project, he said that everything was happening with the blessings of Bholenath. He said, “With the blessings of Baba Vishwanath, the resolve taken by the Kashivasis will not only ease the devotees of Baba Bholenath, but they will also experience the grandeur in addition to the Divinity.”

“You are witness to the streets of Banaras. These lanes have their own beauty, they have their own importance, they are the pride of Kashi but you have also seen how it was often difficult to go through these lanes for Baba Bholenath’s darshan,” he added.

Narendra Modi also expressed gratitude towards the many families who had willingly sold their property to the government for the success of the project. He further said, “Temples are not just places of worship of God, but they are the center of our faith, they are the center of our devotion. Whether it is the temple of Kashi Vishwanath or any other temple, there is a discharge of positivity in everyone’s mind by coming here.”

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The Prime Minister also suggested during the address that on the auspicious occasion of Diwali, people celebrate ‘Bharat ki Lakshmi’ as well. He said that there will be one girl in our neighbourhood who must have accomplished a certain feat. He suggested that through ‘Bharat ki Lakshmi’, we honour the daughters of our country.

The Prime Minister also urged everyone to buy local. He suggested that till the year 2022, we focus on buying local. He said, “If things are made in our village, we will not take them from outside. If not in the village, take it from the block, district or state. But we will try to take what we get locally.”

During the address, Prime Minister Modi also urged the karyakartas to spread awareness of government schemes among the citizens of the country so that they can benefit from them as well. He also emphasized that people should try and ensure that not much wastage is produced during Diwali and if possible, such things should be donated to the needy instead of letting them to go to waste.

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