What would you say when someone asks you to speak about Rahul Gandhi and PM Narendra Modi? Keep guessing! Yes, of course, every individual is entitled to his or her own opinion. A foreign lady spoke her mind openly, and her opinion was simple, clear and straightforward.
A Facebook page that goes by the name of “Renee Lynn – Voice for India” had mentioned that the video that is posted on their page is dedicated to PM Modi and all the reply about the false propaganda against him. This goes to show that the lady was full of praise for the Prime Minister.
Watch the video below to know what she thinks about PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi:-
What a Foreigner thinks about PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi. This video is dedicated to PM Modi Ji and all the reply about the false propaganda against him.
Renee Lynn – Voice for India ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಬುಧವಾರ, ಜನವರಿ 23, 2019
Foreigners have too much respect for PM Modi and here’s why
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates was impressed with PM Modi’s’Ayushman Bharat healthcare scheme’ and went on to congratulate the government for the achievements made by the effective scheme in its first 100 days.
“Congratulations to the Indian government on the first 100 days of @AyushmanNHA. It’s great to see how many people have been reached by the program so far,” Gates tweeted, tagging the prime minister’s office.
In reply, Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked Bill Gates, saying that the government’s commitment is to provide superior quality and affordable healthcare to the poor. “stems out of our commitment to provide top quality and affordable healthcare to the poor,” PM Modi tweeted.
Recently, the government said that 6,85,000 beneficiaries have availed ‘free healthcare’ in the first 100 days of the scheme. PM Modi said the first 100 days have been quite sensational. “A large number of people benefited and lot more will in the coming days”.
PM Modi, in September last year, rolled out the scheme. The insurance scheme intends to provide an annual health cover of Rs 5 lakh per family for secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation. The programme will benefit about 100 million economically poor households and has been described by the government as the world’s largest healthcare scheme.