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PM Modi meets print media editors ahead of cabinet expansion

06-July-2016
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PM Modi meets print media editors ahead of cabinet expansion

Ahead of the cabinet expansion today, Prime Minster Narendra Modi met a delegation of print media editors which included names like Prashant Mishra, Political Editor, Dainik Jagran, Ashutosh Chaturvedi, Executive Editor, Amar Ujala, Liz Mathew, Senior Editor, Indian Express and Ravish Tiwari, Senior Journalist, Economic Times among others.

The visiting delegates had an elaborate discussion with the PM related to various issues. In turn the PM also briefed them about the government’s initiatives and upcoming plans. The PM also shared the progress that the country has witnessed in the last 25 months, since BJP took charge. PM Modi also pointed out the measures that have been undertaken to curb issues like unemployment, corruption and inflation.

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