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PM Narendra Modi says 10% quota won’t affect existing reservation


MADURAI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sought to protect the 10% reservation for the economically weaker sections in Tamil Nadu, where it met with stiff opposition from all quarters, promising that the quota is not going to impact those that experience reservation at present.
The determination has been taken in any such method that it does not impact dalits, tribals or different backward categories who are already availing the benefits of reservation, Modi informed a public assembly in Madurai. “It is unfortunate that some other people create suspicion and distrust in Tamil Nadu to serve their self-interest,” he said.

The new quota used to be among measures to provide employment alternative and education to all sections of society.

In what could be the BJP’s marketing campaign theme for TN for the Lok Sabha election, Modi said his govt would come down arduous on corruption and those that “looted” the rustic.

“The Union govt is taking efficient steps in opposition to corruption. All those that cheated or looted the rustic will probably be brought to justice. This is without reference to whether or not they're in India or abroad,” Modi informed a public assembly organized by means of the BJP in Madurai shortly after laying the foundation stone for AIIMS within the city on Sunday. Modi’s statements come in opposition to the backdrop of stories of the Centre shifting forward with its plan to bring back financial offenders who've fled the rustic.

“All those that made offers in govt contracts, defence offers, and welfare schemes are facing the tune. That is why they're coming together,” he said, taking a dig on the ‘grand alliance’ of opposition events within the making. “They have put aside their variations simply to keep the watchman (him) away,” said Modi.

“Whatever team they form out of worry and negativity, Narendra Modi will stand firmly with the poor. I name upon the people of Madurai and the formative years of Tamil Nadu to reject the forces of negativity,” he said.

When Modi landed in Madurai at 11,30am, a bunch of protestors led by means of MDMK chief Vaiko, a DMK best friend, released black balloons in other places within the city. Police rounded them up.

Earlier, laying the foundation stone, the Prime Minister said AIIMS had cultivated a emblem name for healthcare. With the putting in place of AIIMS in Madurai at a price of greater than Rs 1200 crore, it will reach all corners of the rustic, from Kanyakumari to Kashmir and Madurai to Guwahati to Gujarat, he said.

He said Tamil Nadu has been considered one of India’s maximum innovative business states and it used to be main within the ‘Make in India’ initiative. “It shall even be one of the pioneering states for the defence business hall. Our aim is to make TN the hub for aerospace engineering, design, manufacturing and allied activities. Defence business hall will probably be generator of employment alternative as neatly,” he said.

Giving credit to Tamil Nadu for growing top speed T18 trains, he said it has elicited curiosity among several international locations. When production begins on a large scale it may give numerous employment opportunities for the formative years of Tamil Nadu. He said better infrastructure for better connectivity used to be crucial for employment introduction and that Tamil Nadu may have 10 good cities together with Madurai.


Ultra-modern Tejas trains will quickly connect Madurai and Chennai. Relating to Devendra Kula Vellalar group’s plea for making sure justice and alternative, he said the issue used to be brought to him and he used to be totally delicate against their call for. “And you possibly can be at liberty to grasp that there's significant progress with regard to it. I assure the group that justice will probably be executed,” he said.


Efforts have been directly to re-establish railway connectivity between Rameswaram and Dhanushkodi that used to be destroyed in a cyclone in 1964. He began his speech by means of recalling the richness of Madurai’s heritage and Tamil Sangam and paid admire to Madurai and previous chief minister Jayalalithaa.


BJP state president Tamilisai Soundararajan said cadres would sacrifice anything to make Modi PM again in 2019. “Meendum vendum, Modi vendum (we want Modi again),” she said, lashing out on the DMK for its criticism in opposition to the PM.




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