PM Modi congratulates Lucknow sub-inspector for writing poem on Yoga

“This was exhibited when all political parties inspite of differences came together for bringing in GST which will be in place from July 1″, he said while inaugurating the new campus of Abdul Kalam Technical University in the city on Tuesday.The prime minister’s strong message towards making the country self-reliant in the defence sector came against the backdrop of the government finalising a policy under which private sector companies will be roped-in to manufacture hi- tech equipment like submarines and fighter jets in India in partnership with foreign entities. Modi said the scientists are “Modern Rishi” of today. He also visited the Central Drug Research Institute. “We have to defeat diseases with science”, he said, . “But it is important for the youth of India to be connected with the latest technology”. PM Modi said the country was moving moving forward with the dream of making India self-dependent in the field of defence and security. “I had the opportunity to spend time at CSIR-CDRI and see the good work that our scientists are doing”, he said. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and state Governor Ram Naik were also present at the inauguration.”Without any discipline nothing can improve”.Modi also congratulate Yogi Aditynath government for ensuring electricity to all districts without any discrimination.He was addressing a gathering at the APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) here.PM said that power and energy matter a lot in the development journey of a nation while adding that the solar energy is gaining popularity in India. PM Modi, who arrived on a two-day visit, distributed Letter of Acceptance to the beneficiaries under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.Beautifully starting his poem, he thanked Prime Minister Modi for getting June 21 recognised as the Yoga Day on an global level.