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MUMBAI: Former media marketing consultant at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Jasim Mohammad has established the Centre for Narendra Modi Studies (CNMS), a think-tank in Aligarh to advertise peace and concord. Aimed additionally at amplifying the “Narendra Modi Model” of development and improvement, the Centre will maintain seminars and symposiums and conduct analysis and research on Modi’s pet initiatives like Aatmanirbhar Bharat, Sabka Saath, Sabkaa Vikas, Sabka Vishwas.
“There are Centres of Nehru, Ambedkar, Vivekanand, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Studies. They all have their very own values however a Centre for Narendra Modi Studies is a should as a result of Modi symbolizes a brand new India, an India which is robust, self-reliant and ahead wanting,” stated Centre’s chairman Mohammad who has already bought CNMS as a public belief. This can be referred to as “NaMo Kendra or NaMo Centre” and its space of operations is world. So, it will probably maintain a gathering or convention anyplace on this planet however focus will likely be on methods to popularize the ideas and concepts of Narendra Modi.
Apart from holding seminars and conferences, from the following educational yr the Centre plans to carry short-term workshops for school college students and lecturers on themes like atmanirbhar bharat, India’s freedom motion, democracy and the Constitution of India. Among different educational actions to be undertaken by the Centre embrace Narendra Modi mannequin of nation-building, defining parameters of idea of secularism, liberal democracy, non-alignment and social justice as spelled by Narendra Modi to allow and facilitate coverage makers. The Centre may also create inter-linkages with NGOs and educational establishments to arrange and supply genuine information. When requested if he will likely be labelled a “stooge” of Modi, Mohammad, a former director of Jamia Urdu in Aligarh, stated: “I am not bothered about what others say. You are bound to ruffle a few feathers if you are going to do something new and unconventional. Many of those who oppose this initiative may join me later.”

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