PM Modi works tirelessly to ensure the welfare of every Indian: Meenakshi Lekhi

New Delhi/Melbourne, August 7 (IANS): Union Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture Meenakshi Lekhi said on Sunday that India was undergoing historic change under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, adding that he was working tirelessly to ensuring that every Indian gets all the basics for well-being. and well-being.

Lekhi was speaking at the “Vishwa Sadbhavana Event” organized by the NID Foundation in Melbourne, Australia, where she unveiled two books “Heartfelt – The Legacy of Faith” and “Modi@20” illustrating the “unique governance and extremely successful Prime Minister Modi, and his love and affection for humanity in general and Indians in particular, regardless of region or religion”.

Noting that India is a great country unaffected by the tides of time, Lekhi said the nation had Prime Minister Modi as its leader to take it to the top of the world, a place it always has. deserved.

“From time to time India needs change and if you analyze history you will know that someone great is coming and bringing the needed change. After Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Maratha Queen Ahilya Bai Holkar, if someone one is capable of bringing this massive change is our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and he is proving it,” Lekhi said.

She noted that India has witnessed historic change under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, who has attempted to touch the lives of the common man through various policies and programs launched during the last eight years in office.

“A righteous man like the Prime Minister is not afraid to do the right thing. That’s how he was able to bring about the change this country needed. Unlike previous governments, he didn’t It didn’t take 70 years to realize that the citizens of this country needed toilets. Up to 20 million toilets were built in record time,” she said.

Lekhi mentioned that India has had economists as prime ministers, but it was only Narendra Modi who enrolled the country’s poor into the formal economy, opening 38 crore bank accounts in four months, compared to 12 crores opened in the last 70 years. .

In his address, the Indian High Commissioner to Australia, Manpreet Vohra, said that not only has the Indian diaspora in Australia increased in number, but the peer-to-peer relationship between the two communities has also grown stronger than ever.

“The Indian Diaspora here has been very successful despite their humble origins. Their contribution to Australia – socially, economically or even culturally is greatly recognized and has contributed significantly to taking Indo-Australian relations to a new level” , did he declare. .