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Nitin Gadkari promises on his birthday to contribute to Mission Amrit…

Today is the 65th birthday of the Union Minister of Road Transport, Nitin Gadkari. Speaking to reporters in Nagpur this time, Nitin Gadkari, while commenting on what he will do this year, gave information on what he will do this year. This time, referring to the verses of a Sanskrit song sung by Nitin Gadkari in his office, he said that we do politics from the same point of view.

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Gadkari was asked what he had decided on the occasion of his birthday. Responding to this, she said, “I have a Sanskrit Dr. Padma Shri in my office. Shridhar Bhaskar Warnekar has written a sentence in a song. मनसा सततं स्मरणीयम्। It is a phrase that will always be remembered for the good of the people,” Gadkari said.

He further said: “I believe that politics is a tool for social and economic development. For those who are exploited, victims, Dalits, those who are far from socio-economic and educational development (to work for them), which is the last thought of Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay, I did my best to protect myself and my family, I will continue to do that effort,” Gadkari said.

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Speaking further, “Tomorrow I am going to Akola. There, under the Amrit Sarovar Yojana initiated by Prime Minister Modi on the occasion of the country’s 75 years of independence. Of these, 20 lakes will be inaugurated tomorrow. This year, I resolve to build 75,000 nectar lakes a year through the National Highway Authority and assist the Prime Minister in his campaign to fulfill his dream,” Gadkari said.

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Today, there is an image of a large crowd of Nagpurites to meet Nitin Gadkari and wish him well. Many are lining up to meet Gadkari. A pavilion has been set up outside Gadkari’s house for the convenience of visitors.

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