Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during a rally in his parliamentary constituency, outlined his vision for India’s development, emphasizing four key groups as the primary focus for empowerment – women, youth, farmers, and the poor. He referred to these groups as the only “castes” deserving of government attention. Modi expressed his commitment to making India the third-largest economic superpower globally in his third term, linking this goal to the development of the mentioned groups.

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In a series of development projects worth over Rs 19,000 crore, Modi inaugurated the New Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar-New Bhaupur Dedicated Freight Corridor Project and flagged off the second Varanasi-New Delhi Vande Bharat Express train. Additionally, he launched the Unified Tourist Pass System under the Smart City Mission.

During the rally, Modi spoke in Bhojpuri to connect with the audience, highlighting the transformative impact of modern connectivity and beautification in Kashi. He acknowledged the increasing pride in Kashi as a center of faith and spirituality.

The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, referred to as “Modi’s guarantee vehicle,” received praise as it reached various villages and cities, reinforcing the commitment to ensuring no beneficiary is deprived of government welfare schemes.

Modi commended the people of Varanasi for achieving a Guinness world record by lighting around 21 lakh earthen lamps on Dev Deepavali. Despite not being present, he expressed pride in the city’s citizens and their accomplishments.

The prime minister also lauded the role of tourism in job creation and shared steps taken to improve tourism facilities, including the Unified Tourist Pass System, the ‘Kashi’ website for city information, and renovation work on the Ganga ghats. He encouraged domestic tourism, echoing his earlier call to visit 15 domestic destinations before planning international trips. In conclusion, Modi’s address highlighted his government’s dedication to the holistic development of India, with a focus on specific groups crucial to the nation’s progress, as reflected in the various inaugurated projects and initiatives.

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