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Bhilwara: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said his government is working to empower every section of society that has faced deprivation and neglect, and is moving ahead with the mantra of “Vanchit ko Variyata (preference to the underprivileged)”.

Modi is on a visit to Bhilwara district in Rajasthan on the 1,111th incarnation festival of folk deity Lord Shri Devnarayan, revered by people of the Gurjar community. Addressing a gathering at Malaseri Dungri village after taking part in a ritual to mark the occasion, the prime minister said the world now looks at India with high hopes and the country has shown its strength and power.

Today, India asserts itself on global platforms and is reducing its dependency on other countries, he added. During the day, Modi also offered prayers at the Devnarayan temple in Malaseri.

Many attempts were made to break India ideologically but no power has succeeded, he said, adding, “India is not just a landmass, but an expression of our civilisation, culture, harmony, and potential.” “People should stay away from things which is against unity of nation,” he added.

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