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‘The day is not far when the distance between Delhi and Dehradun will be covered in two and a half hours’, PM Modi said at the Global Investors Summit.

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‘The day is not far when the distance between Delhi and Dehradun will be covered in two and a half hours’, PM Modi said at the Global Investors Summit.

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PM Modi addressing Global Investors Meet in Dehradun

Dehradun : Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the Global Investors Summit in Dehradun that the interests of investors are being taken full care of. Now the distance from Delhi to Dehradun will not be reduced. PM Modi said that the day is not far when the distance from Delhi to Dehradun will be covered in just two and a half hours.

Make Uttarakhand a wedding destination – PM Modi

PM Modi said that Uttarakhand is the state where you experience both Divinity and Development together. PM Modi also took a dig at the marriage of Indians abroad and said that it has become a tradition to get married in the countries of the world. Now wed should be in India. Have your family’s destination wedding in Uttarakhand.

Mentioned about Silkyara Tunnel accident

PM Modi also mentioned the rescue operation of workers trapped in the tunnel. He said, “I especially congratulate everyone including the state government for the successful campaign that was conducted recently to safely rescue our labor brothers from the tunnel in Uttarkashi.”

India is moving forward with the mantra of development and heritage

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “This Devbhoomi full of potential is definitely going to open many doors for you. Today, Uttarakhand is a shining example of the mantra with which India is moving forward with the mantra of both development and heritage.”Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Today you will see policy-driven governance in the country, today you will see a strong demand of the countrymen for political stability. Aspirational India does not want instability today, it wants a stable government today. We have seen this in the recently held assembly elections. Have seen and the people of Uttarakhand have already done it.”

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