PM Modi’s Durga Puja handle: ‘People of Bengal have made India proud’

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By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |

October 22, 2020 12:42:02 pm

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the individuals of West Bengal just about (Source: Twitter)Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Durga Puja pandals in Kolkata through video conferencing at the moment because the five-day celebrations start in West Bengal amid the pandemic. During the handle, the prime minister paid tribute to the icons of Bengal and stated that the state has at all times made the nation proud.
“Whenever the need was felt in India’s history, Bengal has always led the way for India and shown the path. If I continue to take names of such Bengalis, we will come to the end of the day, but the names shall continue,” he stated recounting just a few names of the liberty fighters from the state.

Extending his needs, PM Modi requested individuals to take care of social distancing. “Bengal’s Pujo gives India a new colour. We are celebrating Durga Puja in times of COVID-19, all devotees have shown exemplary restrain. The number of people might be less but the grandeur and devotion are the same. The happiness and joy are still boundless. This is the real Bengal. There is such power in the devotion there, that it seems that I am not in Delhi but today I am present among you all in Bengal,” Modi stated.
On Wednesday, PM Modi wished individuals through Twitter in Bengali. He described Durga Puja as an auspicious pageant that signifies the triumph of excellent over evil, and in a subsequent tweet wrote that he would want “brothers and sisters” at the moment. “Durga Puja is an auspicious occasion, which celebrates the victory of good over evil. We pray to Maa Durga to bless us with strength, happiness, and good health,” he tweeted.
Babul Supriyo singing on the occasion
The handle, which comes forward of Bihar polls, was live-streamed in all of the 294 Assembly constituencies of the state.
West Bengal is scheduled to carry the Assembly polls within the first half of the following 12 months. The BJP has emerged as the primary challenger to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and has been exuding confidence that it’s going to finish Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s 10-year-old reign within the state. The saffron celebration had gained 18 seats in West Bengal towards the TMC’s 22 in final 12 months’s Lok Sabha polls and trailed the ruling celebration by way of vote share by solely three per cent. PTI KR RC
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