बैकबैक 1984 में दो सीटों से 2019 में 303 तक...: पिछले 40 वर्षों में भाजपा के विकास पथ पर पीएम मोदी

बैकबैक 1984 में दो सीटों से 2019 में 303 तक...: पिछले 40 वर्षों में भाजपा के विकास पथ पर पीएम मोदी

BackBack From two seats in 1984 to 303 in 2019…: PM Modi on BJP's growth trajectory in last 40 years

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an interview, expressed confidence in winning a third consecutive term despite not offering populist measures

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  • 12, May, 2024
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BackBack From two seats in 1984 to 303 in 2019…: PM Modi on BJP's growth trajectory in last 40 years.

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is confident of securing a third consecutive term in office despite not resorting to populist measures in the recent interim budget. According to Modi, this confidence is rooted in the tangible progress and development witnessed across the country, with voters basing their decisions on the positive changes in their lives rather than short-term incentives.

In an interview with R Sukumar, Shishir Gupta, and Sunetra Choudhury, Modi emphasized that the government's track record speaks for itself, obviating the need for last-minute populist gestures. The administration's focus on fiscal responsibility over electoral pandering has been lauded, showcasing a commitment to sustainable growth.

Modi highlighted the significant strides made by the NDA government in various sectors, such as economy, infrastructure, healthcare, and digital payments. He underscored the administration's dedication to empowering every citizen, particularly the marginalized, by creating opportunities for their advancement.

In contrast, Modi accused the opposition of pursuing divisive and regressive agendas, including attempts to undermine reservation benefits and communalize politics. He criticized the opposition's sole agenda of removing him from power, labeling it as regressive and lacking a constructive vision for the country's development.

With the ongoing Lok Sabha elections reaching their halfway mark, Modi expressed optimism about the BJP's performance, citing the party's remarkable growth from two seats in 1984 to 303 in 2019. He dismissed any notion of complacency within the BJP, asserting that every election victory is viewed as a reaffirmation of their commitment to serving the people.

Modi's vision for India extends beyond electoral victories, aiming for a developed nation by 2047. He emphasized the BJP's unwavering dedication to this vision, with party workers always in a mission mode to fulfill the aspirations of the electorate.

As Modi seeks a historic third term, he remains confident in the NDA government's ability to deliver on its promises and steer the country towards sustained progress and prosperity.

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