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Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam will further strengthen our democracy: PM

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam was a law with a comprehensive vision that would strengthen our democracy and fortify women’s representation in Indian legislatures. In an interaction program today with the women of Varanasi, PM Modi said that it was the power of the women of the country that forced those political parties to support the Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam who were earlier opposing it.
 
The program termed as NARINSHAKTI VANDAN ABHINANDAN KARYAKRAM’ witnessed a gathering of around 5000 women who gave a rousing welcome to the Prime Minister for bringing the women reservation bill.
 
The Prime Minister visited his parliamentary constituency Varanasi today and launched a development program of more than rupees 1500 crores. Mr Modi first laid the foundation stone of the international cricket stadium in the Ganjeri area of Varanasi.
 
Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that his government had linked sports with the career and fitness of the youth and now the mood of the nation is that one who will play will prosper, Jo Khelega, Wahi Khilega. He said that when sports infrastructure is built, it has a positive impact not only on nurturing young sporting talent but also augurs well for the local economy. He said that the central government is focusing on sports infrastructure which will help popularise sports and nurture sporting talent among youngsters.

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