Narendra Modi Address Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC); Prime Minister Speaks Over Tagore Vivekananda | Prime Minister said in Bengali in ICC program – Bhelo achhena? Also mentioned Tagore and Vivekananda; After all, there are elections to be held next year

  • Modi said- Bengal's historic superiority in manufacturing will have to be revived
  • Two days ago, Home Minister Amit Shah also praised Bengal in a virtual rally.

Dainik Bhaskar

Jun 11, 2020, 02:13 PM IST

Kolkata. Bengal has elections next year. The address has started running now. The latest case is today only i.e. Thursday. There was an annual plenary session of the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC). The head office of this industry organization is in Kolkata by coincidence. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing it online. When he started speaking, he first spoke in Bengali. Praised Bengal during the speech. Remembered Rabindranath Tagore and did not forget to mention Swami Vivekananda.

5 things related to Bengal connection of Modi's speech …

1. Modi starts addressing in Bangla
Modi said- Nomaskar! Asha kar apanara sabai bhalo aachena?
Hello! I hope all of you will be well.

2. praise of Bengal
Modi said- all of you have been working in North-East, Eastern India for so many decades. All the steps the government has taken will benefit the people of East and North-East. I think Kolkata can again become a very big leader. We must revive Bengal's historical superiority in manufacturing. We have always been listening to 'What Bengal thinks today, India thinks tomorrow'. Taking inspiration from this, we have to move forward.

3. Mention of great men of Bengal, told Vivekananda as inspiration
Modi said- 'The simplest method to be worked upon at present is to induce Indians to use their own produce and get markets for Indian artware in other countries'.

4. Through Rabindranath Tagore's poem, he sent a message to the whole country.
Modi said- Guruvar Tagore has said in his poem Nooton Juger Bhor-
‘Cholai Cholai Baje Joeyer Mary,
Paer begai poth kete jay korish na ar delay '
'There will be a declaration at every step forward.
Running feet will create a new path.
Don't delay now. '
5. Mention of Bengal's jute business
Modi said – there is another campaign going on in India – to free the country from single use plastic. People, Planet and Profit are all three addresses in this. Especially for West Bengal, it is very beneficial. With this, you are likely to grow jute business here.

Amit Shah also held a virtual rally for Bengal two days ago.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a virtual rally in West Bengal on Tuesday. In a 70-minute speech, he said that even though BJP has got more than 300 Lok Sabha seats across the country, 18 seats in Bengal are important for activists like us. We did not come to Bengal only for political campaigns. We have come here to make Sonar Bengal.

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