PM Modi Touches Feet Of This 104-Year-Old Woman Who Sold Off Her Cattle To Build Toilets In Her Village







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Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to be making news just because of publicity gimmicks these days. Why should we question his silence on any issue when he is delivering such amazing ‘feel-good’ news every time he is out among his citizens.


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Like on Sunday, when he touched the feet of a 104-year-old woman from a village in Chhattisgarh’s Dhamtari district because she sold her goats to build two toilets at her home.

Isn’t she a poster-grandma for Swacch Bharat? She Is

Felicitating Kunwar Bai from Kotabharri village at the launch of ‘Rurban Mission’ in the state’s Naxal-hit Rajandgaon district, Modi said her efforts to make her village open defecation free was a big sign of changing India.
To build toilets at her residence, she had sold-off her 8-10 goats and then urged villagers to build lavatories too.
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But she never heard it on TV or read it in the papers

“An elderly woman of 104 years who stays in a remote village, does not watch TV or read the papers, but the message of building toilets under clean India mission somehow reached her. She sold off her goats to build toilets at home and also encouraged others from the village to build toilets,” Modi said.
Four clusters of villages in Rajnandgaon, Dhamtari, Bastar and Kabirdham districts of the state will be developed in the first stage of the Rurban Mission that intends to bridge the rural-urban divide by bringing civic and infrastructural amenities to villages.
Source: indiatimes | 1





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