Regarding what the Prime Minister said about Uttarakhand in ‘Mann Ki Baat’, CM Dhami said – Uttarakhand resides in the heart of PM Modi.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that Uttarakhand resides in the heart of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, that is why the Prime Minister often mentions the people, natural wealth, customs and folk traditions of Uttarakhand in the Mann Ki Baat program. He expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his love for Uttarakhand.
On Sunday, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said these things at the Thakur Purna Singh Negi Memorial ONGC Auditorium of DAV PG College. Here the Chief Minister watched and listened to the telecast of the 105th edition of Prime Minister Modi’s Mann Ki Baat.
At the same time, the students looked excited to find Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami among them. NSS and NCC cadets took autograph from the Chief Minister. Principal of DAV PG College, Prof. KR Jain presented the honor plaque to the Chief Minister. Meanwhile, Rajpur Road area MLA Khajan Das presented the symbol. Chief Minister Dhami said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Maan Ki Baat is a program through which the commendable works of the people are brought forward. This also inspires other people.

PM had mentioned Ghoda Library
The Prime Minister mentioned the unique ‘Ghoda Library’ started by the youth of Nainital for children. Through which, apart from school books, children living in 12 inaccessible villages of Nainital district are also getting to read poems, stories and moral education books. The children are liking this initiative very much. During this, the Chief Minister established a smart library in DAV College. Earlier, NCC cadets presented guard of honor to the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister visited the martyr memorial of the college and laid a wreath. He also planted saplings in the college on the foundation day of National Service Scheme. On this occasion, Vice Chairman of the College Management Committee, Dr. RK. Mehta, senior member Ashok Narang, Vice Principal of the college Dr. SP Joshi, NCC Major Atul Singh, Dr. Archana Pal, Prof. HS Randhawa, Prof. SK Singh, Dr. Jeevan Mehta, Dr. Prashant Singh, Dr. Ravi Sharan, Dr. Onima Sharma etc. were present.