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WATCH | PM Narendra Modi Hugs Divyang Youth After He Speaks Inspiringly About Achieving Success After Battling Odds

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again delighted his followers with glimpses of his work and interactions on social media
  • On Tuesday, PM Modi posted stories from his powerful yet fun interactions with young Divyangs
  • Ahead of flagging off the electric locomotive at the Diesel Locomotives Works (DLW) in his constituency in Varanasi, he met and interacted with Divyangs at the campus
  • He hugged a Divyang youth after his inspiring message on achieving success

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again delighted his followers with glimpses of his work and interactions on social media.

On Tuesday, PM Modi posted stories from his powerful yet fun interactions with young Divyangs.

Ahead of flagging off the electric locomotive at the Diesel Locomotives Works (DLW) in his constituency in Varanasi, he met and interacted with Divyangs at the campus.

He posted Instagram stories from the interaction, where he posted a picture of him with a youth with the caption, "Kashi its always good to be back."

The youth while speaking to PM Modi said, "Rakhta he jo hosla aasmaan chhoone ka, usko nahi hoti he parva gir jaane ki, duniya me har cheej aisi he ki thokar kha kar toot jaya karti he, bas safalta aisi cheez he jo thokar kha kar prapt kiya ja sakta he.(Those who have the will to succeed, don't worry about falling, everything breaks apart after being hit, only success is achieved after facing setback)."

He also touched PM Modi's feet and is hugged by the Prime Minister

 

He also posted the special moments from his meeting with Divyangs.

Later, Prime Minister Modi also offered prayers at the Ravidas Temple.

PM Modi on Tuesday flagged off an electric locomotive converted from a diesel engine at the Diesel Locomotives Works (DLW) in his constituency Varanasi.

In a first, the Indian Railways has converted a diesel locomotive into an electric one, as part of efforts to completely electrify the broad gauge network.

Immediately after landing in Varanasi, the prime minister reached DLW and flagged off the electric locomotive. He also inspected the engine from inside.

The Prime Minister visited the Sant Ravidas Temple to participate in the birth anniversary celebrations of the mystic poet of the Bhakti Movement and attend several other programmes besides laying the foundation stone of projects worth several hundred crores.

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