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In Pune, PM Modi and Sharad Pawar share a dais to avoid making political statements.

Nevertheless, neither leader made an overt political pronouncement regarding the state or nation’s current circumstances.

Veer Savarkar’s potential was by Tilak, who pushed him to study abroad and struggle for the nation’s liberation afterwards.

The prime minister said that Tilak believed in constructing a nation through the preservation and promotion of the nation’s culture as the promotion of Swadeshi and education in the independence movement. So, despite objections, Patel placed the Tilak statue in the British-built Victoria Garden. Mahatma Gandhi dedicated this statue to the nation.
During the last nine years, the country has undergone significant change, according to the prime minister, who noted that public confidence in the administration has grown significantly. “It is entirely due to the contributions of the populace that India’s economy has risen to the fifth largest in the world. The nation has excelled in every field. We have faith that we can succeed, he continued.

Modi also referred to Tilak’s initiative to establish Shiv Jayanti and other holidays in order to unite people in their pursuit of freedom. He added that Tilak was a visionary and noted that Tilak “understood the importance of journalism and the newspaper started by him still exists.”
Governor Ramesh Bais, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, Trustee Sushil Kumar Shinde, Trust President Deepak Tilak, Trust Vice-President Rohit Tilak, Trustee Gettable Mone-Tilak, and Trustee Praniti Tilak were also in attendance on the dais along with Modi and Pawar.

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