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PM Modi’s pain on Morbi bridge accident, got emotional and said- Government will leave no stone unturned in this dire situation

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PM Narendra Modi emphasized that he has felt such pain only on rare occasions.
Modi reached the Statue of Unity in Kevadiya on this occasion, he also addressed the program there.
Remembering those killed in the accident, PM Modi said that the government is with the families of the victims.

Ahmedabad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed deep grief over the lives lost in the Morbi Bridge accident in Gujarat. During this he became emotional. He said that I am definitely present here, but my mind is in Morbi. My compassion is with those people. Condolences to the family of the deceased. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reached the Statue of Unity in Kevadiya on this occasion. He also addressed the program there and first expressed grief over the Morbi accident.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized that he has felt such pain only on rare occasions. On the one hand, there is sadness in his mind about this accident, while on the other hand there is also duty. The Prime Minister informed that since the Morbi accident, the rescue operation is being carried out by the Gujarat government continuously. All possible help is also being given from the Centre.

Prime Minister expressed condolences on the accident
Regarding this accident, the Prime Minister said, ‘Gujarat is in mourning after this accident. The countrymen are also very sad. Many of our relatives and little ones have lost their lives in the terrible tragedy of Morbi. Our condolences are with the bereaved family in this hour of grief. I assure the people of Gujarat from the land of Banaskantha and Mother Amba that no stone will be left unturned by the government in this critical situation.

Will leave no stone unturned in relief and rescue work: Modi
Remembering those killed in the Morbi bridge accident, PM Modi said that the government is with the families of the victims. There will be no shortage of relief work. NDRF and Army teams are engaged in relief and rescue work. Gujarat and the central government are providing all possible help. During this, PM Modi said that Banaskantha is writing a new story of development today. The people of Gujarat have grown up in difficult circumstances.

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