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Feb 22, 2018
12:24PM

PM calls upon people of Nagaland to vote for a stable govt in state

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called upon people to vote for a stable government in Nagaland, which is fully dedicated to the development of the state.

Addressing a rally at Tuensang, Mr. Modi said only a stable government can work for the development of the state. He said, it is necessary that the pro-people schemes launched by the central government are taken to the poor in the state.

He said a BJP government in Nagaland will ensure that the money sent by the Centre reaches the people of the state. 

Mr. Modi said the NDA government at the centre is making serious efforts to resolve all political issues facing Nagaland.

Prime Minister said the talented people of Nagaland have always enhanced the value of the country. 
Mr. Modi will also address a rally at Phulbari in Meghalaya this afternoon.

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