Governor Mangubhai Patel said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given new heights to efficiency, organizational ability and sensitivity. Democratic values have been strengthened. The results that have come in every field during his tenure in foreign affairs, defence, internal security, economy, reforms etc. are unprecedented. He has strengthened the spirit of democracy by strengthening the federal structure. Governor Patel was addressing the inauguration program of the exhibition of artworks on the theme Modi @ 20 organized by Suvadra Art Gallery in Bhopal on Friday evening. The exhibition includes over 200 works of art created by over 50 artists from across the country. The Governor said that the exhibition of artifacts based on the life and vision of Prime Minister Modi is an effective presentation of his strong model of inclusive development. Modi @ 20 exhibition is a development journey from Antyodaya to self-reliance, in which it was told that Prime Minister Modi has provided equal opportunities for the development of all. Under his leadership, the country is rapidly moving forward on the path of building a self-reliant, capable and prosperous India.Governor Patel, while sharing his experiences as a minister during Prime Minister Modi’s tenure as Chief Minister, said that the life journey of the Prime Minister is the dedication of all to fulfill the compassion and resolution, in which the sorrows and pains of all the people, creatures and animals are felt. Has concern and consciousness. Has the determination and ability to do anything for the pride of the nation. It would not be an exaggeration to say that he is a saint in the body of a politician. He said that Prime Minister Modi has set such records of development and public service that common people have started saying that Modi hai to mumkin hai. He has given a new unprecedented dimension to the image of India. Has led the world on topics like yoga, climate change. India is providing its efficient leadership to the world as the chair of the G-20 organization of countries.Governor Patel also said that the Prime Minister is introducing the representatives of the organization of G-20 nations to the heritage of our culture and heritage. A total of eight meetings including 3 of the G-20 Engagement Group, 4 of the Working Group, All Minister Working are being organized in the state. In January, the Think-20 Inception meeting of the Engagement Group was held in Bhopal. In the month of February, the first meeting of the Agriculture Working Group has been held in Indore and the first meeting of the Cultural Working Group has been held in Khajuraho. The remaining 5 meetings in the state will be held in the months of June-July and September.Bhopal MP Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur said that it is a commendable and exemplary effort to present Prime Minister Modi’s immense personality and great work in the form of an exhibition. The artists who give expression to Prime Minister Modi’s love for the nation, feelings of dedication, vision and works of development through artworks deserve congratulations. He appreciated the organizers for organizing the exhibition in Bhopal, the city of art connoisseurs and art lovers.Mayor Malti Rai said that Prime Minister Modi is a politician who rules every heart. He has increased the pride of the nation in the country and the world. He told that the artists of Gond tribe have provided 75 feet long artwork based on garden painting to the Municipal Corporation. Efforts are being made to display this painting made on canvas at the Bhopal airport. He requested the artists to come forward to display the beauty of Bhopal city in their artworks. Dr. Surya Rath, Chairman of Suvadra Art Gallery Bhubaneswar told that Bhopal’s exhibition is the fourth in the series of Modi@20 exhibition. Earlier the exhibition has been held in Bhubaneswar, Nagpur and Guwahati. He told that exhibitions based on the life philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi, Biju Pattnaik, Gopabandhu and other great men have been organized by the gallery in the country in the past. The entire event was well managed by gallery director Ashok Nayak who was curated the show and he delivered the vote of thanks at end.