Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to the work of Dinesh Upadhyay of Jaunpur during the coronavirus crisis in Mann Ki Baat

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned Dinesh Upadhyay, a resident of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, on his Mann Ki Baat radio show on Sunday. The Prime Minister praised him for his work during the corona epidemic and asked about him.

Dinesh Upadhyay from Jaunpur
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi also spoke to Dinesh Upadhyay from Jaunpur on Sunday in his husband’s Ki Baat program. In the five-minute conversation, the Prime Minister praised Dinesh’s work, encouraged him and spoke of drawing inspiration from others. Dinesh is also dizzy after speaking to PM Modi. He says he was rewarded for his work. Dinesh Upadhyay, a resident of Hasanpur Jamua village in Madiyahun, operates an oxygen tanker in Mumbai. In “Mann Ki Baat” the Prime Minister found out about his work from Dinesh. Learn about the changes before and now. Dinesh said he had driven the tanker for the past 15-17 years. Before, his work had no meaning.

People generally acted like drivers. Had to stand in a traffic jam for hours. Now people value them. In a traffic jam, the administration has its vehicle removed using special precautions. When we come to the hospital with oxygen, we get a lot of respect and even more happiness and contentment come when someone’s life is saved with our oxygen. The patient’s relatives raise their hands to greet and clap.

The Prime Minister said your (Dinesh) work is commendable. You work for the country and society by leaving the care of the family. Save millions of lives. Your responsibility has grown in times of Corona. People like you serve the nation by performing their duties with full devotion.The Prime Minister asked about the education of Dinesh’s family and children. According to Mann Ki Baat, Dinesh said that this was the golden moment of his life. This is the greatest reward for work yet. Dinesh’s family and the villagers are also dizzy.

When Dinesh Kumar Upadhyay (48), a native of Hasanpur Jamua in Jaunpur district, got a call on his cell phone on Sunday and a serious voice came from there, I tell Narendra Modi, how are you, he couldn’t believe that his Im Interview with the Prime Minister of the country. He was silent for 10-15 seconds. When the voice came back from there, he thought the country’s prime minister was on the phone.

In a phone conversation with Amar Ujala, he said that this was an unforgettable moment in my life. The easy and simple language Modi ji spoke to him in became amazing to me. I am proud of the Prime Minister of my country.

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked Dinesh to talk about himself in the Mann Ki Baat program, he gave information about his district. When the Prime Minister asked him if he was from UP, Dinesh replied with great joy that he heard the name Jaunpur: “Yes, I am from UP”.

The Prime Minister said to Dinesh: “I liked it very much and the country would also feel the people working to defeat the second wave of corona. You won’t meet your children for nine months just because lives are saved. If this country listens, it will be proud.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said: Thank you to the Prime Minister for inspiring dialogue with Dinesh Upadhyay, a resident of Jaunpur who operates a liquid oxygen tanker in the Mann Ki Baat program. Uttar Pradesh is proud of Dinesh ji who saved many people’s lives.

DM Jaunpur Manish Kumar Verma said – Dinesh Upadhyay is the pride of the district. Dinesh’s service has earned the Jaunpur District respect not only in the country but around the world. Many people have received life through his service in sickness, which is inspiring. Be inspired by them, no matter what area you are in, cooperate fully to win the fight against Corona. The people in the district are happy that Jaunpur is being respected more and more in PM’s “Mann Ki Baat” program.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi also spoke to Dinesh Upadhyay from Jaunpur on Sunday in his husband’s Ki Baat program. In the five-minute conversation, the Prime Minister praised Dinesh’s work, encouraged him and spoke of drawing inspiration from others. Dinesh is also dizzy after speaking to PM Modi. He says he was rewarded for his work.

Dinesh Upadhyay, a resident of Hasanpur Jamua village in Madiyahun, operates an oxygen tanker in Mumbai. In “Mann Ki Baat” the Prime Minister found out about his work from Dinesh. Learn about the changes before and now. Dinesh said he had driven the tanker for the past 15-17 years. Before, his work had no meaning.

People generally acted like drivers. Had to stand in a traffic jam for hours. Now people value them. In a traffic jam, the administration has its vehicle removed using special precautions. When we come to the hospital with oxygen, we get a lot of respect and even more happiness and contentment come when someone’s life is saved with our oxygen. The patient’s relatives raise their hands to greet and clap.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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