The expenses involved in the ring distribution program, Murugan were questioned. In response. he said that each ring would be of around 2 grams of gold, which could cost around Rs 5000.
This gold gift scheme for newborn babies has decided by the Tamil Nadu unit of the Bhartiya Janata Party on the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Apart from the ring distribution, other schemes are included like the distribution of 720 kg fish on the occasion. Minister of State for Fisheries and Information and Broadcasting L.Murugan, said, ” We have selected the Government RSRM Hospital in Chennai where gold rings will be given to all babies born on the Prime Minister’s birthday”.
Welcoming newborns by not providing free Rewari.
When Muguran was questioned about the expenses involved in the ring distribution program. In response, he said that each ring would be around 2 grams of gold, which could cost around Rs 5000.
He also said that this is not Rewari, given for free of cost. Through this, they want to welcome those newborns who are born on the birthday of the Prime Minister. As they have estimated that 10-15 babies can be born in this hospital on September 17.
And the southern has come up with another unique scheme on this occasion.
“In this statement, the fisheries minister has said that “the constituency of Chief Minister MK Stalin has been chosen for distribution of 720 kg fish”. The objective of the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY) scheme is to encourage the consumption of fish. So, that’s why these steps are taken by them. As a revert, he also mentions that he knows PM is vegetarian. Choosing the number 720 is actually because Modi is turning 72.
Delhi is also ready
This Modi birthday celebration is also tied up in New Delhi as well, Delhi BJP will celebrate ‘Seva Pakhwada’ from September 17 to October 2. During this, there will be other programs including organizing health check-ups and blood donation camps. Delhi BJP state president Adesh Gupta said that a special race would be organized on this occasion, in which the people of slums would be able to participate.