Black Money war: PM Modi gets wmotional while addressing nation during his Goa visit


Narendra Modi arrived in Goa on Sunday and inaugurated the electronic city project in Tuem, North Goa. This was followed by laying the foundation stone of Mopa greenfield airport.

This is Modi’s second visit to the state in two months; he hosted the BRICS summit in October this year.

You Asked for End to Black Money, You Knew It Would Cause Problems: PM Modi

On 8th, in front of the country, India took important steps in its war against black money and corruption. But some people who are always lost in their own thoughts, who keep measuring things according to their own scales. Had they changed their scales after I came to power then this problem wouldn’t have risen. They should have understood that the country chose and voted for a government in 2014 which is against corruption and black money. You had asked me for this and you knew it would cause some problems.

– Narendra Modi

Whatever I Had, I Left it For the Country:

As Modi continued with his speech, he was overwhelmed with emotions and had to pause and take a sip of water to collect himself.


I was not born to sit on a chair of high office. Whatever I had, my family, my home – I left it for the nation.

Narendra Modi

Of the two projects being kick-started by Modi, the Mopa airport is Goa’s first civilian airport and is being developed by GMR Airports and the electronic city is expected to host manufacturing units for electronics components, envisaged under the Make in India scheme.

After delivering his address in Goa, Modi is expected to head for Pune, where he is scheduled to inaugurate a four-day international conference and exhibition on enhancing the sugarcane value chain.

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