Give your inputs for Prime Minister's Mann Ki Baat

Give your inputs for Prime Minister's Mann Ki Baat
Last Date Jun 27,2015 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks forward to sharing Mann Ki Baat with you next weekend. In this Mann Ki Baat, he will share his thoughts on a variety of themes and issues ...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks forward to sharing Mann Ki Baat with you next weekend. In this Mann Ki Baat, he will share his thoughts on a variety of themes and issues suggested by you.

So what is your Mann Ki Baat? What are the topics you want him to speak about? As always, he will pick out the discussion topics from the ideas shared by you. Now is the time to put on your creative hats and share your thoughts with us. And stay tuned to Mann Ki Baat at 11 am on 28th June, 2015.

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Ravindran_5 5 years 4 months ago

First of all thank you sir for giving chance to say our word to you. Sorry to say it sir, I understand that you have more big task to achieve and bring India back on top of the world but one small request I want share with u about my people of my town. Guntakal Town mainly depend on Railways only. This town should have developed earlier but failed by MP's & MLA's. One spinning mill closed I heard that it was Asia's biggest mill at that and opened by Nehruji. When I saw the smart city's so I thought may be I town will be one in that list.

History of my town Guntakal.
During the period 1861-1871 Madras Railway extended its
Chennai-Arakonnam line to Raichur to join the Great
Indian Peninsula Railway line, thereby linking Mumbai and
Chennai with a 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in) wide broad gauge line
in 1871. [1]
During 1888 to 1890 Southern Mahratta Railway. (But development is very less)