Union Minister Vijay Goel joins special Mann Ki Baat programme with public on completion of four years of Modi government
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government, Union Minister Vijay Goel today joined the general public
in Delhi’s Shakti Nagar area to listen to PM Sh. Narendra Modi's Mann
Ki Baat programme. Goel said that Mann Ki Baat is a revolutionary step
in the world of radio where people from all parts of the country get to
know about PM's visionary ideas and also share their thoughts and ideas
with him. He stated that through the medium of Mann Ki Baat, PM
Modi has created a unique communication system that enables people to
know about the dynamic ideas and vision that is taking India forward.
Goel also interacted with the locals and enlightened them about the
various positive work, schemes, policies that the government has taken
up in the last four years which are transforming the lives of all. Goel said
that the pace of development in 48 months of Narendra Modi
government has outweighed 48 years of Congress rule. “The
government has transformed the lives of each section and has brought a
positive change with welfare schemes that has earned us global
recognition as well. We are sure that people will choose PM Modi’s
“Vikas” agenda in 2019 too,” Goel added
Goel stated that PM Modi is working tirelessly to uplift and empower
farmers, downtrodden and backward sections of the society to bring
them at par with others. “The nation has experienced a renewed spirit and everyone is motivated to work for a New India.
One must appreciate how Vijay Goel is working so hard and looking out for all sports. One can feel the change. Best wishes!
Simply will appreciate Vijay Goel's working style, witnessed his personal attention to west Delhi - Paschim Vihar ppl even at late hours.
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Vijay Goel is a national leader with wider vision and worked on the ground in Delhi.