PM Modi’s foreign trips cost taxpayers over Rs 2,000 crore

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By Muslim Mirror Staff

New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi who claimed to had been a tea seller and calls himself  a ‘Faqeer’ (beggar) spent taxpayers over Rs 2,000  on his foreign  trips  since 2014. Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh on Thursday gave the Rajya Sabha the details of Modi’s trips between June 15, 2014 and December 3, 2018.

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In July, the PTI had reported that as per government data, a total of Rs 1088.42 crore was spent on maintenance of the PM’s aircraft and Rs 387.26 crore on chartered flights during the period between June 15, 2014 and June 10, 2018. The total expenditure on hotline facilities was Rs 9.12 crore, not including foreign visits in 2017-18 and 2018-19.

Since June, Modi has visited several more countries, including Singapore, Maldives and Argentina in November alone, so the bill footed by taxpayers is actually much bigger.

It a matter of debate and discussion how India benefited economically and politically through PM Modi’s  84 foreign trips which have cost taxpayers over Rs 2,000 crore.

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  1. Admittedly, I shall believe the dethroning of PMNDM and BJP being in minority in Lok Sabha in 2019 only/ when I see it really happening. Else, based on what he and Shah did in Gujarat in 2002 and later till his ‘promotion’ to PMO, and especially his RSS-guided wisdom in the hand-picking a worse butcher than M&S combined. It may please 33% of the voting population. But the hard-earned freedom of Bharat will again fetch very little business to India even if the Shahanshah Modi spends double the whopping amount of Rs 2K crores of tax-payers money. He has a judgment problem. He lacks leadership the 21st needs, not believers in mythology as real achievements. May God guide him with mercy for the farmers, students, small businessmen, except ‘pakora walas”. That didn’t work yet. O, the Almighty save the best Hindustan Hamara.

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