PM Modi met Tanvi and Hiral during his visit to the historic Tulsi Manas Temple in Varanasi.
PM Narendra Modi on Saturday met Tanvi Pathak, and Hiral Srivastava – two little girls who had wished to meet him writing a letter. PM Modi met Tanvi and Hiral during his visit to the historic Tulsi Manas Temple in Varanasi. The prime minister also released a postal stamp on “Ramayana,” on this occasion. Modi, emphasizing the significance of the occasion, said that stamps have a special place in society and are a wonderful way to preserve our history. He also spoke of how the life and ideals of Lord Rama continue to inspire everyone. He also paid visits to the Durga Mata Temple, and Durga Kund.
Earlier, he had said that sanitation was also like worship for him as it can rid the poor of various diseases. Modi said it was his good fortune to lay the foundation stone of a public toilet in Shahanshahpur village of his Lok Sabha constituency. “That is because sanitation is also a kind of worship for me. It will rid the poor of my country of various diseases and the economic burden due to those diseases that result from dirty surroundings,” Modi was quoted as saying.
Tanvi & Hiral are residents of Varanasi and had written to the PM, expressing their wish to meet him. pic.twitter.com/l1mWNVkwYP
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The prime minister added that no one likes garbage, everyone in India shies away from the responsibility of keeping their surroundings clean. “It is the responsibility of every citizen and every family to keep their surroundings clean so we are able to build clean villages, clean cities and a clean nation,” Modi said.