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PM Modi implementing concept of egalitarian society by Baba Saheb: Yogi

PM Modi implementing concept of egalitarian society by Baba Saheb: Yogi

Lucknow, April 14 (UNI) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's inclusive vision resonates with Baba Saheb's vision of an egalitarian society.
The CM emphasised that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the government's schemes are being implemented nationwide with the ethos of 'Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas', ensuring equal benefits for all citizens without prejudice.
He said, "Imbibing the values and ideals of Baba Saheb, PM Modi is implementing welfare schemes for the poor across the country. Every poor and needy person is being provided with free housing, toilets, health insurance, gas connections, and ration facilities. The Modi government is committed to ensuring dignity to every person by meeting their basic needs in line with Baba Saheb's vision."
Yogi was addressing the programme organised on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar. "People from suppressed, downtrodden, and deprived classes will continue to honor Baba Saheb's memory, recognising his relentless struggle for their dignity and the promise of a brighter future for generations to come," he said.
Reflecting on the enduring legacy of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, he emphasised the profound impact he has had on the marginalised sections of society. He said that Baba Saheb achieved greatness through struggle, intelligence and understanding.
Reflecting on Baba Saheb's pivotal role as the architect of India's Constitution, the CM praised his visionary leadership, which positioned India as a global leader in democratic values. He emphasised the transformative impact of Baba Saheb's advocacy for justice and freedom, igniting a sense of excitement and unity among the Indian populace.
Remembering Baba Saheb, he offered a floral tribute to his statue. "It is his contribution that today the country's 140 crore people are working as "Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat" with democratic values and rights," he said.
He further mentioned that Dr Baba Ssaheb appealed to the oppressed and Dalit communities to become educated. "Baba Saheb knew that the fight against chaos, inequality and anarchy could be fought only through education. He worked for the security, sovereignty and integrity of India throughout his life. We must embody his ideals and values and work towards building a developed India," he said.
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