WATCH: PM Modi Sets Example, Picks Up Trash At Kartarpur Inauguration

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During the inauguration ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again displayed how particular he is when it comes to cleanliness

Written By Pritesh Kamath | Mumbai | Updated On:
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During the inauguration ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again displayed how particular he is when it comes to cleanliness. During the inauguration ceremony, while on stage the Prime Minister, spotted trash and bent down to pick it up. The official handle of the BJP tweeted, "It is this urge towards cleanliness that makes Modi ji different along with a video showing the Prime Minister leading by example. 

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PM Modi inaugurates Kartarpur Corridor 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the crowd on the occasion of the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor. During his address, he remembered the teachings of Guru Nanak and congratulated Sikhs around the world. Dedicating the Kartarpur corridor to the country he said, "Today being present here at this holy land, I feel delighted. This is my honor that I am dedicating the Kartarpur corridor to the country. I am as delighted as you all feel during ‘Kar Seva’. I congratulate every Sikh around the world," the Prime Minister said. "Today at this holy land in front of Guru Granth I pray that his blessings always stay with me. The opening of the Kartarpur Sahib corridor before the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji has brought us immense happiness," he further added.

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PM Modi thanks all those involved

The Prime Minister also thanked those involved from the Indian side and the Pakistani side in the completion of the corridor. "After the completion of this corridor, it will be easier for us to seek blessings at Gurudwara Darbar Sahib. I thank the Government of Punjab,  Shiromani Gurudwara Committee and every person involved in the completion of this corridor," he said. “I also thank the Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, for understanding India’s emotions towards the Kartapur corridor and working towards it. I would also like to thank the people in Pakistan who made it possible to complete the corridor in time," he added.

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