Published On : Fri, Jun 12th, 2015

“India is going to be the hub of productions in the world,” Devendra Fadnavis

Nagpur: “In the days to come ahead, India will become the hub of productions in the world. It is because it has got a true leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the path of multi-dimensional development. It may be remembered that just-completed-one-year has marked the uplift of image of India on the globe. The revenue of the government has increased due to transparency in the sectors responsible for strengthening the economic condition of the country. As much as 50% of the population of the country being under 25 years of age, the government is going to provide employment opportunities,” said Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis here in the city, on June 12.


He was speaking during a function organized to launch ‘Aitihasik Varsh Visheshank‘ (Historical Year’s Special-Issue) brought out byDainik Tarun Bharat, marking successful completion of one year of the Central Government, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The special issue was released at the hands of Mr Fadnavis. Nagpur Guardian Minister Chandarshekhar Bawankule presided over the function in the august presence of Chairman of Narkesari Publications Dr Vilas Dangre, Managing Director Vishwas Pathak, Chief Editor Gajanan Nimdeo  and CEO Sunil Kuhikar.


The Chief Minister further said, the Central Government strictly adhering to the policy of transparency in exploitation of natural resources during past one year, the procurement of coal worth more than Rs 2,000 crore has been ascertained; and in few years the procurement would rise to Rs 10,000 crores. He also informed the audience about the strictest provision made for bring home the black money of Indians hoarded abroad and no one could escape; Prime Minister’s Irrigation Scheme implemented across the country by which Maharashtra would also be benefited; a comprehensive scheme for raising life-standard of farmers; and ongoing road development works across the country with a commitment to construct a stretch of  24 killo metres every day.


According to him, other works include construction of  port with maximum capacity in Mumbai; development of net-work of rail-lines across the country; weekly video-conferencing by Prime Minister Modi with chief secretaries of all states in order to sort out the problems of states. He assured the citizens that as the pending problems of Navi Mumbai airport and Nagar-Beed new rail line have been sorted out, the problem of new rail line in Gadchiroli would also be sorted out soon.


Speaking on the occasion, Guardian minister Banwakule apprised the citizens of the commitments of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take India to a newer horizon.


Managing director Vishwas Pathak said that the Special Issue comprised various interviews and writes-up, and informed that in future a souvenir on the works of NDA rule in Maharashtra would be brought out.  He also informed that the present ‘special issue’ was edited by New Delhi based representative of Dainik Tarun Bharat, Shyamkant Jahagirdar.


At the outset, the traditional lamp was lighted at the hands of honourable guests and their welcome was done by Dr Vilas Dangre. Sunil Kuhikar proposed the vote of thanks and the proceedings of the function were conducted by Prakash Edlabadkar.

Also prominently present on the occasion included M G Vaidya, D B Ghumre, Laxmanrao Joshi, Sudhir Pathak, ex-MP Banwarilal Purohit, MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh, Sudhakar Kohle, Prof Anil Sole, Vikas Kumbhare, Mayor Pravin Datke, Dilip Deodhar and others.