PM Modi unveils Kerala’s first Vande Bharat Express during Kochi roadshow.

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PM Narendra Modi Arrives in Kerala for Two-Day Visit.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (P.C – Reuters)

During his two-day visit to Kerala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted various initiatives implemented by his government to aid the people of the state. As part of his Kochi roadshow, he announced Kerala’s first Vande Bharat train, emphasizing the significance of infrastructure development in the region.

PM Modi praised the state’s youth for their awareness of basic developments and acknowledged the importance of the development of Kannur and Cochin airports in this regard. He concluded by stating that the first Vande Bharat Express for Kerala would be launched the following day.

During his Kochi roadshow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted his government’s efforts to promote the fisheries sector in Kerala, stating that his administration had extended the benefits of the Kisan credit card to the industry.

He also noted the recent decision to allow candidates from Kerala to write the CAPF exam in Malayalam, making it more accessible to local aspirants. PM Modi further alleged that while BJP-led governments were working to provide employment opportunities to young people, the Kerala government was not interested in doing so.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the need for efforts to unlock the potential of young people in Kerala. He also praised the state’s natural beauty, cultural heritage, and opportunities in tourism and Ayurvedic medicine.

PM Modi cited the example of former Kenyan PM’s daughter, who was cured with the help of Ayurveda, as an instance of the legacy of Ayurvedic medicine in Kerala.

The roadshow, attended by hundreds, is being viewed as a display of strength by the BJP in a state where it has yet to secure a victory. The party is making efforts to gain ground in Kerala ahead of the Lok Sabha elections next year.

The prime minister also noted the celebration of the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ and the 75th anniversary of Sacred Heart College. He praised the younger generation for coming together and highlighted the contributions of “Sree Narayana Guru” in overcoming superstitions in India, particularly in Kerala.

During his Kochi roadshow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his hope and confidence in India’s youth, noting that the country’s young population makes it well-positioned to become a global leader in the 21st century. He cited the success of Indian start-ups and the country’s fast-growing economy as evidence of the potential of the youth.

PM Modi also highlighted the BJP’s efforts to promote job opportunities and reforms for young people, including the “vocal for local” initiative and developments in the space and defense sectors.

Later in the day, the prime minister was scheduled to meet with eight bishops from various Christian sects in Kerala, as part of the BJP’s “Sneha Yatra” outreach program. The meeting comes in the wake of the party’s recent efforts to reach out to the Christian and Muslim communities in the state.

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