Jharkhand: President flags off trains, says dream of development is coming true

Jharkhand: President flags off trains, says dream of development is coming true

President in Jharkhand: The dream I had for the development of Mayurbhanj is now being fulfilled. With the commencement of operation of three new trains from this zone, new doors of development will open. This is what President Draupadi Murmu has to say. He said these things while addressing the public after giving green signal to three new trains from Badam Pahar station.

President in Jharkhand: ‘Operation of new trains will open new avenues of business’

The President said that with the operation of new trains, new avenues of trade will open. This is possible only when there is everyone’s support, everyone’s development as well as everyone’s efforts. At the same time, in his address he praised the Central Government. Said that the Central Government is also developing small stations under Amrit Bharat Scheme including roads, education, health. The present central government is doing a lot of work for the tribal brothers and sisters.

President in Jharkhand: Odisha Governor and Union Minister were present

Earlier, the President flagged off Tata-Badampahar MEMU, Tata-Shalimar and Tata-Rourkela weekly trains. On this occasion, Odisha Governor Raghuvar Das, Union Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Tribal and Water Power Minister Vishweshwar Tudu, Odisha Government Revenue and Disaster Management Minister Sudama Marandi and local MPs and MLAs were present.

President in Jharkhand: ‘I am the daughter of the soil of Odisha…’

In his address, the President said that from a small village in Odisha, I am today sitting on a big post in Delhi. This is an example of the thinking of the central government. Who lifted a tribal from the ground and made him sit on the highest position in the country. But wherever I live, I will always be connected to the soil of Odisha and will be called its daughter.

Report: Varun Kumar, correspondent, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

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