PM Modi Unveils Statue Of Sant Ravidas In Varanasi

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, visited the Sant Ravidas temple, offering prayers and unveiling a statue of Sant Ravidas within the temple premises, as reported by news agency ANI. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath joined PM Modi in paying floral tributes to Sant Guru Ravidas in Varanasi.

Speaking at the gathering he said, “Ravidas ji calls me to his janmabhoomi again and again. I receive the opportunity to take forward his resolutions and the opportunity to serve lakhs of his followers. On Guru’s ‘janmteerth’, serving all of his followers is nothing short of a fortune for me.”

“As the MP, the public representative of Varanasi, it is my special responsibility to welcome you all to Varanasi and take speacial care of your facilities – this is my duty. I am happy that I have received the opportunity to fulfill my duty on this holy day. For the development of Varanasi, launching and foundation laying of development projects of hundreds of crores of Rupees is going to take place. This will make the journey of devotees here,” he further added.

In his speech, Prime Minister Modi said that when India faced problems in the past, special people like saints and wise men came forward. He also spoke about how Saint Ravidas ji was important during the Bhakti movement, saying that he helped make India stronger when it was not doing well.

PM Modi also praised Sant Ravidas for highlighting the importance of freedom in society and for his efforts to bring communities together across social lines.

PM Modi said that his government is following the principles of Sant Ravidas, affirming that the “BJP government serves all, and its schemes are inclusive.”

“Today, the ethos of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and Sabka Effort’ has become the guiding principle to engage with the entire 1.4 billion population,” he added.

PM Modi stressed the importance of giving priority to marginalized communities in order to achieve equality.

He added that in the last ten years, efforts have been focused on meeting the needs of those who were previously left out from mainstream development.

“Previously, the impoverished, often relegated to the sidelines, are now the primary beneficiaries of major government initiatives,” he said.

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