“When medical and technical education will be imparted in local vernacular languages, every child from the poorest of poor will get admission in (these) colleges,” he said.
Talking about agriculture, Modi said that with the blessing of the Brahmaputra, the land would enable the government to strengthen the farmers of the area and increase their income.
“We want to take your produce to the international market that’s why the farm law reforms have been taken. We are giving the farmers Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT), good seeds, soil health cards, etc.,” he said.
However, the Prime Minister was silent on issues concerning the farmers’ protests and fuel price hike.
(Edited by Andre Kongri)
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