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“A beggar like me can’t do anything, this…”, Governor Koshyari’s statement calling the name of Prime Minister Modi | Bhagat Singh Koshyari says himself beggar mentioning PM Narendra Modi IV News

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A statement made by Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s five trillion dollar economy is currently being heavily discussed. “If everyone does the three things of aid, communication and service, Modi thinks India will have a five trillion economy before then. A beggar like me can’t do anything about it,” said Koshyari. He was speaking at a meeting of the Bharat Vikas Parishad held at the Suresh Bhat Auditorium in Nagpur on Thursday (September 29).

Bhagat Singh Koshyari said, “In terms of economy, we have come fifth. Prime Minister Narendra Modi says that our economy will soon become five trillion dollars. I think if all of you do three things – help, contact and service – India’s economy will be five trillion before Modi thinks. A beggar like me can’t do anything about it. All this can be done by all of you.”

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“The Bharat Vikas Parishad has good people from all over the country. A person who is a good lawyer, a good doctor, a good shopkeeper all sit together, make a plan. They also plan and do service work across the country. We should try to see how far we can take that work,” said Bhagat Singh Koshyari.

“Gadkari says, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, give me eight thousand rupees”

Koshyari added, “Nitin Gadkari is also coming to this event. They say to me, Bhagat Singh Koshyari, if you give me eight thousand rupees, I will do eight lakh crores worth of work. That is development. If we want to do development work, we should have the will to do it.”

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“When we think about the family, the son wants to become an IAS, now there are two factories, there should be 10 factories. When we have such a desire, a factory is built and a son becomes an IAS,” Koshyari also mentioned.

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