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Shri Jamal Siddique expects 10,000 "Modi Mitras" from A&N Islands

TMI Correspondent

Port Blair, Jan 10: The National President of the Minority Morcha, Shri Jamal Siddique, and the National Secretary of the Minority Morcha, as well as the Prabhari of Andaman Minority Morcha, Shri Sayyad Ibrahim, held a press conference at BJP Bhawan on January 8, 2024, during their visit to the islands.

Addressing the journalists, Shri Jamal Siddique enumerated the government of India's listed schemes (Pradhan Mantri Yojanas) and highlighted the achievements under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. He stated that the government is governing in a balanced manner, irrespective of religion and creed. There are approximately 1,12,000 Karyakarthas working across the country, and the government aims to create 25,00,000 "Modi Mitras" nationwide, with an expected 10,000 from A&N Islands.

When the journalists raised the issue of 100% job reservation for islanders, Shri Jamal Siddique assured that he would bring the matter before the higher authorities.

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