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PM Says, ‘World Now Views India with ‘Vishwas’ Not a Nation Of Scams

PM Says, World Now Views India with ‘Vishwas’ Not a Nation of Scams

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) booth-level workers through video-conferencing. There he said that the country had transformed from among the “fragile five” nations to the world’s fastest-growing economy under his leadership.

Also, he spoke on the “#5yearchallenge” against the backdrop of #10yearchallenge which is recently trending on social media platforms.

Adding that the country had moved from scams to schemes in the last five years, he said,

“Earlier, the Indian governments would be in national and international headlines for scams. Now, the focus has shifted to new schemes.”

Further, he mentioned that how five years ago, there was only news about scams, electricity shortage and financial crises. Even the world saw India as a nation of such negative newscasts only.

But now this perspective has changed; at present, the world views the country with “Vishwas” (belief and trust), not as a nation about scams.

Then he started speaking on the subject of Maoist violence (Naxalites or Naxals). In that context, he said that the intimidation was once overpowering but now had been restricted and contained to some districts only.

Then he also added that the courage of security forces and people’s support in past five years had assured that the nation had conquered the battle against Naxalite–Maoist insurgency.

Moreover, he mentioned that there was the time when headlines were all about that the country did not have enough toilets which were causing discomfort to women. But now more than nine crore toilets have been constructed in our country.

He said,

“Five years ago, the country did not have enough toilets. Now, nine crore toilets had been constructed and sanitation coverage in the country had gone up from 38 percent to 98 percent.”

Plus he mentioned that when the National Democratic Alliance came to power in 2014, sanitation coverage in the country had gone up from 38% to 98%.

Further, he said that only four years ago, 70 crore Indians had to go without electricity because of northern (power) grid failure, but today numerous crores of households had received the benefit of electricity.

He said,

“There was a time when 70 crore Indians had to go without electricity. Today, several crore households had received electricity connection.”

Meanwhile, he mentioned that there was a time when the country’s economy had faced the challenge of high inflation and low growth, and now it is exactly the opposite of that. We are witnessing low inflation and high growth, and this is the transformation that happened over the last four-and-a-half years.

PM Inaugurates Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit & Addresses the Gathering

PM Inaugurates Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit & Addresses the Gathering

Yesterday on Friday, while inaugurating the ninth edition of Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, Prime Minister addressed the gathering. During the speech, Prime Minister called India an investment destination and also declared that this is the best time to invest in India.

After inaugurating Vibrant Gujarat Trade Show & Amdavad Shopping Festival on Thursday, PM Modi inaugurated Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit yesterday.

There he urged investors to be part of India’s growth story and also highlighted the policies of his government. Further, he mentioned that policies initiated by his government helped India in improving its ranking in the World Bank’s Doing Business Report.

PM Modi said,

“In the last four years, we have jumped 65 places in the Global Ranking of World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Report. From 142 in 2014 to 77 now, but we are still not satisfied. I have asked my team to work harder so that India is in the top 50 next year. I want our regulations and processes to compare with the best in the world.”

Moreover, Modi stated that his government has been able to keep up the steady growth rate. He said,

“At 7.3%, the average GDP growth over the entire term of our Government has been the highest for any Indian Government since 1991. At the same time, the average rate of inflation at 4.6% is the lowest for any Indian Government since 1991.”

In his further speech, he highlighted the changes in FDI rules which make things easier for foreign investors. He stated,

“Most of the sectors of our economy are now open for FDI. More than 90 percent approvals have been put on the automatic route. Such measures have propelled our economy into a high growth path. In the last four years, we have received FDI worth $263 billion. This is 45 percent of the FDI received in the last 18 years.”

Also, he mentioned how his government is focusing on removing the obstacles which were blocking India from achieving its potential. He said,

“From the start of business to its operation and closure, we have paid attention in building new institutions, processes, and procedures. All this is important, not just for doing business but also for ease of life of our people.”

Further, he mentioned several initiatives offered by his government in the fields of health, taxation, infrastructure, environment, energy, etc.

He said,

“For the first time, India has become a net exporter of electricity. We have distributed LED bulbs on a massive scale, resulting in huge energy savings. We have installed transmission lines at an unprecedented pace. Our speed in road construction has almost doubled. We have done unprecedented capacity addition in major ports. Rural road connectivity is now 90 percent.”

Further, in the context of new railway tracks, doubling, and electrification of tracks & gauge conversion, he said,

“We are de-bottlenecking execution of major projects on a regular basis through an online process. Our public-private partnership (PPP) regime for infrastructure has been made more investor-friendly.”

Many national and international delegates were present at the inauguration of the summit. Many of them also praised Modi government’s performance in the last four-and-a-half years.

Tata Group chairman N. Chandrasekaran appreciated the BJP government and said its achievements are huge.

He said,

“We are in discussion with the state government for significantly increasing our capacity at Tata Chemicals to reach one million tonnes of soda ash and we have an electric vehicle (EV) plant here (at Sanand) and we want to make further investments, not only in building electric vehicles but also in putting lithium-ion battery projects here and we will also be investing in producing renewable energy.”

Further, Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani said,

“It’s always been an honor to speak at @VibrantGujarat and I’ve been fortunate to attend every summit. This platform has all the defining stamps of our Hon’ble PM @narendramodi’s imagination – towering vision, unprecedented scale and a leading role in reshaping India. Jai Hind!”

He further said that PM Modi has fundamentally reshaped India. Also, he intends to invest Rs. 55,000 crore in the next five years in Gujarat.

He added,

“Over the next five years, our investments will include the world’s largest Solar Hybrid Park in Khavda. The anticipated investment is this park is ₹30,000 crore. We also plan to establish a one-gigawatt Data Center Park in Mundra, a one million tonne of copper smelting and refining project, a cement and clinker manufacturing unit in Lakhpat, an integrated lithium battery manufacturing complex and expand our photovoltaic manufacturing capabilities. Overall, we anticipate a total of ₹55,000 crore of investment in all these projects.”

Moreover, founder and chairman of Tsingshan Industry, Guangda Xiang from China also expressed his emotions. He said,

“Our first step towards India was in Vibrant Gujarat 2017 when we signed an MoU for setting up a big scale stainless steel complex in Mundra in cooperation with Indian partners. Within one year of signing the MoU we started construction of our first phase project, which will be completed in record time of 14 months.”

Meanwhile, Kumar Mangalam Birla Chairman of Aditya Birla Group promised an investment of Rs. 15,000 crore in Gujarat in various sectors. He said,

“Gujarat has seen exponential growth without compromising on macroeconomic stability. It’s on the back of the remarkable business-friendly environment that Aditya Birla Group has rapidly increased investments in the state.”

Along with industrialists from various sectors, the leaders of five countries such as Rwanda, Denmark, Uzbekistan, Malta, and the Czech Republic and more than 30,000 delegates from India and abroad took part in the Vibrant Gujarat event.

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PM Inaugurates Vibrant Gujarat Trade Show & Amdavad Shopping Festival

PM Inaugurates Vibrant Gujarat Trade Show & Amdavad Shopping Festival

After visiting Balangir, Odisha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a visit to Gujarat. Therein Gujarat, PM Modi will inaugurate the ninth edition of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, 2019.

According to organizers, near about 30,000 national and international delegates, heads of five countries including CEOs of major companies from India as well as abroad, are to take part in the 9th edition of the summit.

It is a three-day summit which is being held in Gandhinagar from January 18 to 20. Upon his arrival in Gandhinagar yesterday, PM Modi inaugurated the ‘Vibrant Gujarat Global Trade Show‘ and the Ahmedabad Shopping Festival in the presence of the Chief Minister of Gujarat Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel. He also unveiled the mascot of the shopping festival. And, today, PM Modi will inaugurate the summit.

The Global Trade Show also highlighted Prime Minister Modi’s vision of Make in India with an expression ‘From Charkha to Chandrayaan.’

He also spoke on various subjects. PM said,

“Today is a big day for Ahmedabad!

The city is hosting a first of its kind shopping festival.

This festival is a great opportunity for entrepreneurs and consumers. It has a wide range of products, a good mix of the traditional and the modern.”

Further, he tweeted,

“At the inauguration of the Ahmedabad Shopping Festival, I talked at length about the numerous steps taken by the Central Government for the MSME sector. Our small entrepreneurs are exceptionally talented and we are committed to ensuring the right platform for them to prosper.”

Moreover, PM Modi visited a few pavilions and saw some of the products kept on display after inaugurating the trade show.

There he also purchased some Khadi products.

“At the Ahmedabad Shopping Festival, I too could not resist from shopping! Purchased some Khadi products using the RuPay card.

I urge you all- keep buying Khadi and contribute to the empowerment of lakhs of weavers associated with the industry. It is also a great tribute to Bapu!”


On around two lakh sq mt area, the summit is being held on exhibition ground in the state capital. About 25 business and industrial sectors are showcasing their products, ideas, and designs at the event. The trade show will be open on January 21 and 22 (the last two days) for the general public.

Also, PM Modi unveiled a statue of space scientist Vikram Sarabhai on the Ahmedabad Riverfront in 2019 which is his birth centenary year. He tweeted,

“Dr. Vikram Sarabhai was an outstanding scientist, whose contribution to the nation has been extremely rich.

Today in Ahmedabad, a statue of Dr. Sarabhai was inaugurated in the presence of his family.”

The Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit was last held in 2013, and then also Narendra Modi conceptualized it but as Chief Minister of Gujarat. And now he came back as Prime Minister to inaugurate platforms like the Vibrant Gujarat Trade Show and the Ahmedabad Shopping festival in his effort to build a vibrant New India.

Govt Bestows Gandhi Peace Prize Awards, PM Congratulates Winners

On Wednesday, the government of India announced the names of the winners of the Gandhi Peace Prize for 2015-2018.

The Government of India initiated this International Gandhi Peace Prize in the year 1995 on the 125th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. It is mainly awarded to institutions and individuals for their contribution to social, political and economic transformation through non-violence as well as other Gandhian practices. Moreover, this award is open to all persons regardless of creed, gender, race or nationality.


A Gandhi Peace Prize winner gets 1 Crore (10 million) in cash, convertible in any currency in the world, a plaque and a handicraft item.

The annual awards were last conferred to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in 2014.

In 1995, the first-ever Gandhi Peace Prize was given to the Tanzanian politician Julius Nyerere who was influenced by Gandhi and preached Gandhian teachings throughout his tenure while serving as the leader of Tanzania and promoted African nationalism and socialism.

Then, at a meeting on 16th January 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge and L K Advani decided to confer the several prizes:

  • The 2018 award was given to the chairman of The Nippon Foundation, Yohei Sasakawa for their role in leprosy eradication.
  • Further, 2017 award was awarded to Ekal Abhiyan Trust for their contribution to education for tribal & rural children.
  • And for 2016, Akshaya Patra Foundation and Sulabh International won the award jointly for providing mid-day meals to children across the country and for working towards the emancipation of manual scavengers.
  • While for 2015, the award for rural development and education was awarded to Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari.

Further, PM Narendra Modi took to Twitter to congratulate philanthropist Yohei Sasakawa, Vivekananda Kendra, Akshay Patra, Sulabh International, and Ekal Abhiyan Trust.

He wrote,

“Individuals like Mr. Yohei Sasakawa motivate millions of people. He is at the forefront of many philanthropic initiatives.

His compassionate nature can be seen in the manner in which he’s worked to eliminate leprosy.

Congratulations to him for the Gandhi Peace Prize, 2018.”

He also congratulated Ekal Abhiyan Trust and wrote,

“Education is a strong means to empowerment and Ekal Abhiyan Trust is working in remote areas, so that children from tribal families get the opportunity to study.

Their role in furthering women empowerment is laudatory.

Congratulations to them for the Gandhi Peace Prize, 2017.”

Further, he extended his congratulations to Sulabh International & Akshaya Patra Foundation and said,

“The Sulabh International family has added immense strength to the Swachh Bharat movement.

This is a team that is working constantly at the grassroots level to realise Bapu’s dream of a clean India.

I congratulate Sulabh International for the Gandhi Peace Prize, 2016.”

“The Akshaya Patra Foundation’s determined efforts ensure nutritious meals for many.

Their outstanding work has also ensured more children go to school.

I congratulate them for the Gandhi Peace Prize, 2016. @AkshayaPatra”

Then, PM Modi congratulated the Vivekananda Kendra for the Gandhi Peace Prize, 2015. He said,

“The Vivekananda Kendra is doing commendable work towards the development of our villages.

Their initiatives to improve education and community service have touched several lives, particularly youngsters.

I congratulate @vkendra for the Gandhi Peace Prize, 2015.”

Hearty Congratulations to all the winners!

PM Said in Odisha We Have Put an End to the Loot of Public Money

PM Said in Odisha, “We Have Put an End to the Loot of Public Money”

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a visit to Balangir, Odisha. While addressing a BJP rally there, PM Modi said that there was a conspiracy to drive him out as his government had ended the siphoning of Rs. 90,000 crore through forge document trail.

PM Modi said,

“We have put an end to the loot of public money (which was the case) during the previous governments by middlemen. We have busted more than six crore fake ration cards, LPG connections, and bogus pensions.”

Then, the Prime Minister unveiled a slew of central projects worth over Rs 1,550 crore at an official function and said,

“Money was being siphoned using names of children who were not born, in the name of people who did not exist.”

Further, he stated that as the Centre has put the interests of few people in jeopardy, people are making collaborations to remove the country’s “chowkidar” (Him) by leveling false allegations against him. It was said by the prime minister without taking any particular names.

Also, PM laid the foundation stone for various development works like Sambalpur-Angul lines spanning 813 km and electrification of Jharsaguda-Vizianagaram, completed at the cost of Rs 1,085 crore.

Moreover, the Prime Minister began some development works worth Rs 189 crore with a goal of increasing the 14.2 km of Barpali-Dungaripali and 17.354 km of the Balangir-Deogaon railway lines. Additionally, he inaugurated a Multi-Modal Logistics Park (MMLP) at Jharsaguda.

Also, he laid the 15 km-long Balangir-Bichhupali railway line at the cost of Rs 115 crore that now constitutes the new 289 km Balangir Khurda Road and Titlagarh-Sambalpur line at Balangir.

Further, he said,

“Who will protect the rights of the poor? We have stopped the loot of Rs 90,000 crore. This money used to go into the pockets of people who used to purchase big cars and fly in aeroplanes. But now these things have stopped, so their anger against Modi is natural. Now they want to take revenge against me. But with your blessings, their efforts will not be successful.”

This was Modi’s third visit to the state in the last three weeks.

Moreover, he said that India was known worldwide for its progress in science, but only a few were done for its distribution. In the same context, he said,

“The past governments left these (culture and modernity) to their fate. The past governments ruled like ‘sultanates’ and neglected our rich heritage. They ignored our glorious civilization and failed to pay attention to their preservation.”

PM Receives Philip Kotler Award For His Selfless Service Towards India

PM Receives Philip Kotler Award For His “Selfless Service Towards India”

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the first-ever Philip Kotler Presidential award.

PM Modi won the award for his “outstanding leadership.” The award committee commended the leader’s “selfless service towards India” along with his “tireless energy.” He received the Philip Kotler at his official residence, 7 Lok Kalyan Marg in the capital city. The Kotler award concentrates on the triple-bottom-line – people, profit and planet. From now onwards, the award would be annually given to the leader of a nation, a statement from the Prime Minister’s office said.

It reads,

The Award Citation says:

“Shri Narendra Modi is selected for his outstanding leadership for the nation. His selfless service towards India, combined with his tireless energy has resulted in extraordinary economic, social and technological advances in the country.”

Moreover, citation stated-

“Under his leadership, India is now identified as the Centre for Innovation and Value Added Manufacturing (Make in India), as well as a global hub for professional services such as Information Technology, Accounting, and Finance.”

Further, the citation quoted that Modi’s visionary leadership has resulted in the digital revolution (Digital India), including the Unique Identification Number, Aadhaar for social benefits and financial inclusion.

“His visionary leadership has also resulted in Digital Revolution (Digital India), including Aadhaar, for social benefits and financial inclusion. It is enabling entrepreneurship, ease of doing business, & creating a 21st century infrastructure for India.”

Moreover, the statement said, several initiatives including Startup India, Make in India, Digital India, and Swachh Bharat, “have positioned India as one of the most lucrative manufacturing and business destinations in the world.”

Professor Philip Kotler is world-renowned Professor of Marketing at Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management. The Philip Kotler Award is bestowed in the name of him only. Since Professor Kotler is currently unwell, the award was presented by Dr. Jagdish Sheth of Emory University, Georgia on behalf of Professor Kotler.

PM Released a Rs 350 Coin on 352nd Birth Anniversary of 10th Sikh Guru

PM Released a Rs 350 Coin on 352nd Birth Anniversary of 10th Sikh Guru

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi released a commemorative coin marking the 352nd birth anniversary of 10th Sikh Guru Guru Gobind Singh Ji at 7 Lok Kalyan Marg, New Delhi.

The event was held at PM Modi’s residence. It was also attended by former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and many other Sikh dignitaries.

Addressing the event, PM Modi applauded the government decision to construct Kartarpur Corridor and promised justice to the families of 1984 anti-Sikh riots victims.

Prime Minister Modi said,

“Kartarpur corridor project is an attempt to atone for the mistakes committed during India’s partition in August 1947. We had failed to ensure that the sacred site of Guru remains on our side of the border. This project is authentic proof of compensating that loss.”

Speaking on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots which occurred after the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards Beant Singh and Satwant Singh where around 2,700 Sikhs were killed across India, he said,

“Our government will ensure that all the culprits are behind the bars and victims’ families get justice.”

Further, by saying the Sikh gurus “taught us to be on the side of justice,” PM targeted the opposition party on multiple fronts. He said the central government is “trying to get justice for the people who suffered during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.”

Moreover, Prime Minister Modi, while talking about the values Guru Gobind Singh taught to humanity, said:

“Guru Govind Singh, the feeder of humanity to Khalsa sect, was dedicated to Indian culture and traditions.

Today, I have got a great opportunity to release the commemorative coin to mark the 352nd Parkash Purab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. His coin is already imprinted in our hearts for many years. It is, however, just a small gesture to pay respect and express our faith in his principles. Guru Gobind Singh Ji was not only a Guru (teacher) but also a great devotee. He was not only an exceptional fighter but also a noteworthy poet and creative writer. He was against injustice and a firm supporter of peace. He sacrificed his own son to protect thousands of sons of the nation. Guru Gobind Singh Ji is a true example of patriotism, peace, humanity, and patience.”

Moreover, he said,

“Guru Gobind Singh Ji was a great warrior, philosopher poet, and guru. He fought against oppression and injustice. His teachings to people focused on breaking the barriers of religion and caste. His message of love, peace, and sacrifice are equally relevant today.”

PM Modi also flagged the Kartarpur Corridor as an achievement of his government. Further, he mentioned that now the followers of Guru Nanak Ji won’t have to look through a telescope for darshan (view) of Gurdwara Darbar Sahib. It is one of the holiest Sikh shrines where Guru Nanak Dev spent 18 years of his life.

He said in a veiled attack on the then Congress government,

“A mistake took place in August 1947. It (the corridor) is an atonement of the mistake. An important place of our guru was only a few kilometers away. But it could not be made the part (of India during partition) … the corridor is an effort to reduce the damage..”

In the same context, Sushma Swaraj, Foreign Minister, said that the dialogue between the two nations “is not connected with only the Kartarpur corridor… The moment Pakistan stops terrorist activities in India, the dialogue can start”.

On concluding the event, PM said that now his government plans to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev. He pointed out that the events will not only be held in the states, but also across the country. He mentioned that the Indian embassies abroad would also organize programmes as part of the celebrations.

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PM Modi to Conclude Two-Day National Convention Event in Delhi

PM Modi to Conclude Two-Day National Convention Event in Delhi

Two-day party’s National Convention began on Friday in Delhi. As the party seeking to prepare the workers for the battle of the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, around 12,000 BJP members were gathered at the Ramlila Maidan.

The day one of the event was centered around the theme ‘Fir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar‘ and was also marked by chants of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram.’


On the first day, Amit Shah (BJP President) gave an hour-long speech in which he spoke about Ram Mandir issue and said that temple should be built at the earliest. Also, accusing the Opposition he said, Congress Party is putting “hurdles” in the resolution of the issue.

He asserted,

“The BJP wants a grand Ram temple to be built at the earliest. We are committed to it.”

He stated that the Modi Government is making all efforts to ensure that the results in Ayodhya hearing by Supreme Court will be positive as well as faster. BJP President’s statement on Ram temple issue brought the most enthusiastic response from thousands of members who were present there.

Further, Shah thanked the Prime Minister for the 10 percent reservation for upper caste poor and relief in Goods and Services Tax (GST) rates on behalf of the National Council members and the party workers. He also extended a special welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

BJP workers and members associated to the party also saw hoardings related to the government’s pro-poor schemes, the recently passed quota bill which offers reservation to economically weaker general castes as well as the enhancing of the minimum support price to farmers.

After Amit Shah’s presidential speech, PM Narendra Modi broke security protocol and met BJP office bearers. Also, PM shook hands with the party workers.

Today, on the second day of the party’s National Convention, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) cadres in Delhi. He will conclude the two-day National Convention event which began yesterday with his valedictory address.

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Modi Says, “Centre & State Can Work Together For Welfare Of Nation”

Modi Says, “Centre & State Can Work Together For Welfare Of Nation”

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the doors of Modi Government and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are open for an alliance in the state for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Since 2019 election is around the corner, and we have seen there is no specific party in Tamil Nadu which completely supports Modi Govt, so during the talk of an alliance, PM Modi said that “the doors of his party are open.”

This expression of Prime Minister came in the time while having interaction with booth level BJP workers of five parliamentary constituencies namely Cuddalore, Dharmapuri, Arakkonam, Krishnagiri and Erode in Tamil Nadu.

In the same interaction, one of the workers questioned that there were rumors that the BJP may ally with the ruling Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) or Megastar Rajinikanth who will also float a political party in the coming Lok Sabha elections in 2019.

Hence, PM Modi said,

“Strong NDA is an article of faith for us. It is not a compulsion. Even when the BJP won a majority on its own, we preferred to run the government with our allies. We cherish our old friends and our doors are always open for parties. But more than political issues, the winning alliance is the alliance of the people.”

Moreover, Modi called the question interesting and said that each media person wants to know about it. So, he said,

“Atal ji [Atal Bihari Vajpayee] brought a new culture in Indian politics — that is of successful coalition politics. He gave top importance to regional aspirations. He showed that the Centre and the state can work together for the welfare of our nation.

But Atalji indeed was in direct contrast to the Congress which has never cared for regional aspirations. Congress ill-treated regional parties, regional aspirations, and regional people because they felt that they alone have the right to be in power.”

Moreover, according to reports, the Prime Minister said that it was the arrogance of Congress Party when in of the meeting, they announced that their party did not want an alliance.

He said,

“Even today, when the Congress does not find a place in the alliance in Uttar Pradesh, their leaders are back to their arrogance and say we will surprise everyone.”

Furthermore, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi acknowledged that Tamil Nadu took plenty of initiatives in areas from investment to infrastructure and from the skill development to the social sector and described how these projects would go a long way in transforming the lives of people.

He said,

“No government has done for Tamil Nadu as much as we have. We are working hard to bring a holistic change in the lives of poor across various sectors.”

Moreover, he applauded the efforts and hard work of BJP workers in ensuring a strong and invincible organization which works for the humankind first.

PM stated:

“The heights that the BJP has reached today are due to the efforts and sacrifices of our workers. Our yesterday was due to workers, our today is due to workers and our tomorrow will be due to workers.”

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Rajya Sabha Passes the Quota Bill, PM Calls it a 'Victory of Social Justice'

Rajya Sabha Passes the Quota Bill, PM Calls it a ‘Victory of Social Justice’

After the “Landmark Moment” when Lok Sabha passed the bill, Its Rajya Sabha, who passed the bill on Wednesday. And, Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed the passing of the 124th Constitution Amendment Bill 2019 “a victory for Social Justice.” He also said that this passage would help the youth of India to “showcase their prowess and contribute towards India’s transformation.”

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Rajya Sabha yesterday passed the bill to provide 10 percent reservation for economically backward general castes in jobs as well as in educational institutes. “Delighted” over the passage of the Constitution (124th amendment) Bill, Modi said he was glad to see such extensive support for it.

It was necessary that the Constitutional Amendment Bill must get the approval of at least 50 percent of the Assemblies as well as the President of the country before becoming a law.

When the law was proposed by the Modi Government, many opposition parties said that it is nothing but a hypocritical and frivolous exercise which is prepared in a hustle as elections are near. Even though the opposition parties supported the bill, they stated that it was displayed without any “qualifiable” records and is bound to be investigated by the Supreme Court.

Thawar Chand Gehlot (Social Justice Minister) said,

“This decision has not been taken in haste. It is brought with good intention keeping in view the welfare of the poor in General category.”

A 10-hour-long debate took place in Rajya Sabha before becoming the bill. Despite opposition from few parties, most of the members in the Upper House of the Parliament agreed to go ahead with the bill.

Shortly after the passage of the bill, Prime Minister took to Twitter to praise the Parliament for passing the historic amendment.

PM Modi wrote,

“Delighted the Rajya Sabha has passed The Constitution (One Hundred And Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019. Glad to see such widespread support for the Bill. The House also witnessed a vibrant debate, where several members expressed their insightful opinions.”

“Passage of The Constitution (One Hundred And Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019 in both Houses of Parliament is a victory for social justice. It ensures a wider canvas for our Yuva Shakti to showcase their prowess and contribute towards India’s transformation.”

“By passing The Constitution (One Hundred And Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019, we pay tributes to the makers of our Constitution and the great freedom fighters, who envisioned an India that is strong and inclusive.”

As per the last step of the legislative process, the quota bill will now go to the President for approval. And as soon as it gets approval, it will become a law. And, then it will be ready to give 10 percent reservation to economically backward sections in the forward castes in central and state government jobs as well as education.