Every Indian is a VIP, says PM Modi after banning use of red beacons for VIPs - Times Now

New Delhi: Every Indian is a VIP, tweeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi hours after his government decided to ban red beacons atop VIP vehicles in the country. “Every Indian is special. Every Indian is a VIP. It (VIP culture) should have gone long ago.

Naveen removes red beacon from his vehicle, orders removal from all VIP vehicles from today. - Web India 123

Odisha Chief Minister today removed the red beacon from his vehicle and ordered withdrawal of red light from all VIPs vehicle in the state from today itself. The Chief Minister's decision came in the wake of the decision taken by the Union Cabinet that ...

Every Indian is a VIP, red beacons are out of touch with spirit of new India: PM Modi - Zee News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who on Wednesday took the decision that VIP vehicles should do away with red beacons, said "Every Indian is a VIP". . By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 22:25. Comment. 0. Comment.

Every Indian is a VIP: Modi on removal of red beacons - India.com

New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who on Wednesday took the decision that VIP vehicles should do away with red beacons, said "Every Indian is a VIP". By IANS Feeds | Published: April 19, 2017 10:01 PM IST Email. 0 Shares.

Centre banishes VIP red beacons, Congress says mere symbolism (Intro Roundup) - India.com

New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) VIPs will not be allowed to flaunt red beacons atop their vehicles from May 1, the government announced on Wednesday, in a decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Th. By IANS Feeds | Published: April 19, 2017 9:51 PM ...

Red beacon ban: Every Indian is a VIP, says Narendra Modi - Livemint

These symbols (red beacons) are out of touch with the spirit of new India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Twitter. Photo: PTI. New Delhi: Every Indian is a VIP and the culture of beacons on VIP vehicles should have gone long ago, Prime Minister ...

Every Indian is a VIP and the culture of beacon should have gone long ago: PM Narendra Modi - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Every Indian is a VIP and the culture of beacon should have gone long ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said tonight, hours after deciding to bar their use by the VVIPs, including the President, the Prime Minister and the Chief Ministers ...

4 BJP-ruled states to shun red beacon after Centre's move - The Tribune

Driver of Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel removing the red beacon from the minister's car after the Cabinet decision, in New Delhi on Wednesday. PTI. Jaipur/Mumbai, April 19. Following the Union Government's move on Wednesday to end VIP culture by ...

'Every Indian's a VIP': PM Modi After Laal Batti Ban on Vehicles - The Quint

In what could help end VVIPs' 'lal batti', no Central government official or minister will be allowed to use red beacon on their cars from May 1. The 'laal batti' will only be allowed for five category of people – the President, Vice President, Prime ...

Every Indian is special: PM Modi after red beacon ban - Daily News & Analysis

Reacting to Twitterati's appreciation on the government's decision to ban the use of red beacon on vehicles attached to dignitaries, including the central and state ministers and other VVIPs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that every ...

\"Every Indian is a VIP\", says Modi after ending Lal Batti culture - Oneindia

After the Union Government put an end to the use of red beacons on VIP vehicles, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said "Every Indian is a VIP". Narendra Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Responding to a tweet which praised Modi for the ...

Every Indian is a VIP, says PM Modi after govt decision use of red beacon - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Hours after government announced ban on the use of red beacons+ by VIPs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday tweeted that "every Indian is special. Every Indian is a VIP". The PM was responding to a tweet praising government's ...

Siren cull: India bans red beacon lights from top of VIP cars - The Guardian

An Indian politician's car with a red beacon on it outside Parliament House in New Delhi. Momentum for a ban had been steadily growing. Photograph: Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images. India. Siren cull: India bans red beacon lights from top of VIP cars.

CM Devendra Fadnavis leads state by getting rid of red beacon atop his car - The Indian Express

Fadnavis took it to twitter and said, “ And to celebrate such epic step for strengthening our democracy, I have stopped the use of red beacon on my car.” 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: Express News Service | Mumbai ...

VIP culture of beacon lights to end in Gujarat too: Rupani - India Today

Ahmedabad, Apr 19 (PTI) Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today welcomed the Union Cabinets decision to remove red beacons from official vehicles and announced to implement it in Gujarat soon. "We welcome the decision taken by Prime Minister ...

Fadnavis removes red beacon from his official car - Business Standard

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today removed the red beacon from his official car, in the wake of the Union Cabinet's decision to take the beacon off all the vehicles, including that of the Prime Minister. "Maharashtra welcomes Prime ...

No more red beacons for VIPs in Odisha from today - Pragativadi

Bhubaneswar: In a major crackdown on the VIP culture, there will be no more red beacons over VIP vehicles in Odisha from today following the order of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. However, the lal battis will be allowed only for emergency vehicles and ...

Fadnavis stops using red beacon on official car - India.com

Mumbai, April 19 (IANS) Shortly after the Central government's decision to scrap red beacons for VVIPs vehicles, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said he has stopped using it with immediate effect. Welcoming the centre's decision, Fadnavis ...

Red beacons banned on VIP vehicles, including PM Modi's; emergency services exempt - Hindustan Times

The ban applies to Union ministers, chief ministers, state cabinet ministers, bureaucrats and judges of the high court and Supreme Court. (Sameer Sehgal/HT File Photo). The Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided to ban the use of red beacons atop vehicles ...

India bans red beacons on cars to end elitist culture - Gulf Times

India said on Wednesday it will ban ministers and senior officials from using red beacons on their cars to cut through traffic, a longstanding privilege that has caused resentment and accusations of elitism. From May 1 only emergency services will be ...