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NaMo – A Delicate, Beautiful Orchid From Sikkim

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NEW DELHI:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an orchid named after him today. The Cymbidium NaMo was named by Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Chamling while he was accompanying the Prime Minister at a flower show in Gangtok.

PM Modi had unveiled three orchid varieties which were developed in Sikkim.

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He named two of the orchids- one after national icon Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and the other after Jan Sangh leader Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay — Cymbidium Sardar and Lycaste Deendayal.

Chief Minister Chamling named the third one after the Prime Minister, who thanked the Sikkim government for this honour.

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Addressing a conference of agriculture ministers at the venue, PM Modi said, “Don’t let me become delicate like a flower. I have lived among the thorns, I will continue to live among the thorns… But there cannot be any bigger privilege if my life can be useful in wiping the tears of a sad person with the delicacy of a flower…”

The Prime Minister, who is on a two-day visit to the state, had arrived at the Libing Army Helipad earlier today and was received with a guard of honour by the Black Cat division of the Indian army and different battalions of Sikkim Police.

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“I have come here with agriculture ministers of all the states. We are here to discuss how to transform India’s agriculture,” PM Modi said.

Sikkim, he said, was a state where the environment is protected and which, at the same time, was scaling new heights of development.

Appreciating Sikkim’s progress n organic farming, he said, “What we are seeing today is the result of tremendous hard work and belief in an idea.”

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The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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