'Metron...': Narendra Modi takes the Delhi metro and hilarity ensues

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with metro commuters on his way to Alipur Road in Delhi

"I would like to ask the youth on the path of violence that the Constitution takes care of your rights. The government is committed to protect your rights", he said.

Under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, the government will open 1.5 lakh health and wellness centres by 2022, which will be equipped to provide medical treatment for diseases such as blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, and old age illnesses.

The organisers said they have had an "overwhelming response" to the studio-style interaction, which will see Modi in conversation with a host who will put questions to him from around the world. "Our daughters will definitely get justice", News18.com quoted Modi as having said.

The National Indian Students and Alumni Union (NISAU) UK, together with 19 India-related societies at leading UK universities, submitted the letter dated April 14 ahead of the Indian PM's four-day visit to the UK on Tuesday.

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The PM reiterated that the Centre is committed to fulfil the aspirations of the people of the region and is working on a series of development projects including construction of roads, a steel plant, airport and railway corridors in Bastar and adjoining areas.

According to a government press release, senior government officials of the rank of additional secretary and joint secretary have been designated as officers-in-charge to coordinate the efforts of the Centre and states in addressing the specific developmental needs of these districts.

Crediting Ambedkar for his own political success, he said: "A son of a poor mother, belonging to a very backward community, this partner of yours is if today the prime minister that is due to Babasaheb Ambedkar". "Ambedkar's Constitution had provided many opportunities for development of these districts but still they remained backward", the prime minister said. He also appealed to the people from the backward districts to join a mass movement with a different approach leveraging information technology for transformation. So were more than 100 other districts in the country. He said it was Modi's love and affection for the state that he was leaving no stone unturned for the development of the state.

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