Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said, PM Modi has come to encourage our sisters


sheopur Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Karhal (Sheopur) by helicopter after releasing the cheetahs at Kuno National Park. He attended a conference of women self-help groups here. Here the Prime Minister will inaugurate four skill centers under the ‘Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas’ scheme. These schemes will work especially for Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) in Gwalior-Chambal division 1 lakh women belonging to self-help groups claim to have attended this conference. Everyone is seen painted in tribal colors. People arrived in the program performing tribal costumes and tribal dance. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar thanked Prime Minister Modi for coming to Sheopur and said – This Sheopur district is very small. But, it is completely replete with natural wealth. There are two Vidhan Sabhas in this district. There are forests in this area. There are many temples of Lord Shiva, that is why it is named Sheopur. Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come to meet the poor farmers of the village, to encourage our sisters. People were displaced to build a sanctuary in Sheopur, waiting for the area to move forward. But, it was just a wait. PM Modi took over in 2014. Then requested him. PM Modi said- If we go to Sheopur, we will not walk empty handed. When we reach, we will launch this sanctuary along with the cheetah.

Only PM Modi’s photo on stage

Five domes have been built for the conference held at Model School Ground in Karhal. In addition to the main large dome, there are four smaller domes. A flax has been installed in the platform built here, which has only Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photo.

PM’s minute-to-minute program

Will reach Gwalior airport at 2.15 pm.
Will leave from Gwalior at 2.20 pm.

PM Modi left leopards in Kuno

India’s wait of 70 years ended on Saturday. Eight cheetahs from Namibia took their first steps on Indian soil. In Kuno National Park, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the box and left three cheetahs in the quarantine enclosure. In a recorded speech, PM Modi thanked Namibia for sending cheetahs.