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Nation’s Loved Prime Minister To Celebrate His Birthday In Varanasi

Nation’s Loved Prime Minister To Celebrate His Birthday In Varanasi

Today is our country’s most loved Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji birthday. PM Modi was born on September 17, 1950, in Vadnagar Gujarat. He turns 68 today. He will celebrate his birthday in his constituency Varanasi today and will stay overnight in the holy city.

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PM Modi will celebrate his birthday among children of a primary school aided by a not-for-profit organization. According to the officials, he will pray Lord Shiva in Kashi Vishwanath Temple and then later watch a movie Chalo Jeete Hain with children.

On his 68th birthday, PM Modi will watch a 32-minute film “Chalo Jeete Hain” with the school children. He is also likely to inaugurate several development projects worth crores of rupees,” senior officials said.

Apart from this, BJP in Tamil Nadu celebrated our Prime Minister’s birthday by gifting gold rings to newborns. Leaders from various political parties took social media handles to convey their hearty wishes to the beloved Prime Minister. Various organizations have planned celebrations at prominent places in the city. Moreover, BJP workers have made special arrangements on occasion to cut cakes and distribute sweets.

Tomorrow he will inaugurate Integral Power Development Scheme(IPDS) and Atal Incubation Centre at Banaras Hindu University(BHU). Later, he will lay a foundation stone for a regional ophthalmology center followed by a speech at BHU.

Here are various tweets on social media handles conveying warm greeting to the Prime Minister.

PM Modi Extends His Greetings On Teachers’ Day

PM Modi Extends His Greetings On Teachers’ Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets the nation on the occasion of Teachers’ Day. He extended his greetings to the teaching community who are devoted to nurturing the future of the country.

On Teachers’ Day, I salute the teaching community that is devoted to nurturing minds and spreading the joys of education in society,” PM Modi tweeted from Xiamen, China where he is attending the 9th BRICS summit.

Teachers’ Day is celebrated every year on 5th September to mark the birth anniversary of the great philosopher, academician and country’s second President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

My tributes to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, an outstanding teacher and statesman on his birth anniversary,” PM Modi said.

He said, “Teachers have a central role in realizing our dream of a new India that is driven by cutting-edge research and innovation.”

Let us make the next five years about ‘teach to transform, educate to empower and learn to lead’,” the Prime Minister added.

Apart from this, the BJP President Shri Amit Shah also wished the entire nation and the teaching community on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.

He tweeted, “The skills and knowledge of a teacher not only educate a child but also helps in shaping his or her future.

On Teachers’ Day, let us salute the commitment and dedication of all the teachers for their unparalleled contribution in nation building”.

Ahead of Teachers’ Day, PM Modi also interacted with the national award-winning teachers on September 4th to felicitate the teachers selected from all over the country for their innovative work in the teaching sector.

Here are some glimpses of the interaction-

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All CM’s Of BJP-Led States Gathers With PM Modi For A Strategy Meeting

All CMs Of BJP-Led States Gather With PM Modi For A Strategy Meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, and all CMs of BJP-led states gather at the BJP headquarter for a strategy meeting in New Delhi. The meeting was focused on the strategy for the upcoming 2019 elections and the assembly elections in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan which are to be conducted later this year.

The party indicated on Tuesday that the main agenda for 2019 polls would be the developmental work and identity politics. While briefing the media persons, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh said that the party member renewed their commitment towards bringing back PM Modi with a stronger majority, during the meeting.

Party President Amit Shah listed center’s initiatives. It also included National Register Of Citizens(NRC) in Assam and Citizenship (Amendment) Bill which were tabled in Lok Sabha in 2016. Both are controversial enough to create a hype in identity politics.

The amendments to the Citizenship Act, 1955, seek to allow citizenship status to some “persecuted minorities” — Hindus, Christians, Parsis, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains — from the neighboring countries of Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan after six years of residency.

“The BJP’s stance on NRC is clear — there is no place for foreign infiltrators in this country,” said Singh, as per Shah’s speech. He added that India should accept Hindus who flee countries like Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

Moreover, the CMs of the party-ruled states discussed the flagship programmes of the government with all the details about their implementation in the states.

Both the party president Amit Shah and PM Modi encouraged all the Chief Ministers to campaign on the NDA government’s legislative achievements — passage of the Bill, seeking constitutional status for the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC), amendments to the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

“The constitutional status for the backward classes commission was a long-pending demand. Despite its majority in the past Lok Sabhas, Congress could not get it done for generations,” said Singh.

 

BJP All Set to Turn The Heat on BJD in Odisha by Rallying on 26th May?

BJP All Set to Turn The Heat on BJD in Odisha by Rallying on 26th May?

While getting out of Karnataka, BJP has now turned its focus to Odisha. And the latest reports suggest that PM Narendra Modi is all set to address a rally in Cuttack on 26th May to mark it as the 4th anniversary of Modi government.

BJP All Set to Turn The Heat on BJD in Odisha by Rallying on 26th May?

The announcement came when BS Yeddyurappa resigned as CM after failing to prove his majority in the state. The president Amit Shah’s comment that the ‘golden period would not come for the party till it won in the states like Odisha, Kerala, and WB, this announcement is the proof of the importance of Odisha in party’s scheme of things for the 2019 elections.

No doubt, the state is utmost important for BJP for two reasons, initially the party has been in the power, though only in alliance with BJD (Biju Janata Dal)for 9 years and it is seen as one of the states where it can gain few Lok Sabha seats to offset the losses that can be expected to suffer in UP, Gujarat, MP and Chhattisgarh. Another reason the party is banking on an undercurrent of anti-incumbency against Naveen Patnaik government that has controlled the state continuously for 18 years.

PM’s rally is important because it strengthens the BJP’s scarcely efforts to turn back to the glorious past of state, a trick that had paid rich dividends in Assam polls last year. What would be Mr. Modi’s visit after coming to power, the PM would list all the achievements of the government in last 4 years and would ask for the final assessment from the Naveen government for 18 years in power.

Well, it is clear that BJP is in no mood to walk over to the BJD in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019.

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PM Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah to Meet BJYM Leaders

PM Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah to Meet BJYM Leaders

While preparing high for the 2019 general elections both PM and BJP President has planned to meet the BJYM leaders. The two are much eager for youth support and invited all the state presidents of its youth wing. While the aim behind the meeting is not out yet, the sources said that the leaders want direct feedback, of the political situation in states and want to give instructions to chase, youngsters to vote for 2019 elections.

It is also said that BJYM leaders will interact Modi and Amit Shah on Thursday.

“Our members have been giving ground level feedback which has to be communicated to top leaders” – UP BJYM chief Subhash Yaduvansh said.

It is also revealed that BJP leaders want to strengthen their youth wing to attract young voters aging between 18-35 through campaigns and social media.

Chief Subhash Yaduvansh said that BJYM has around 30 lakh members and it targets to establish units in 70,000 polling booths in the upcoming months. They are ready with a plan and agree that the use of social media is the key to reach the youngsters.

No doubt, BJYM has played a key role in hosting different programmes and was recently engaged in managing the exhibitions to celebrate the 20th year of Pokhran-II conducted during ABV (Atal Bihari Vajpayee) regime in 1988.

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PM Narendra Modi: BJP Won’t Let Karnataka’s Development to be Stamped On

PM Narendra Modi: BJP Won’t Let Karnataka’s Development to be Stamped On

Beside this unparalleled and unprecedented win, PM Narendra Modi, today assure that his government won’t let the Karnataka’s development to be stamped on. The party has emerged as the single largest party but fall short of the majority in the assembly, the other party .i.e. congress and JD(s) will work together to form the new government.

Addressing the party leaders Mr. Modi said – “I want to assure the people of Karnataka that the BJP will not allow the state’s development journey to be trampled upon. It will not lag behind for ensuring the state a bright future.”

Attacking the lies, Prime minister said that BJP has formed its government in non-Hindi speaking states like Assam, Maharashtra and other states. He further said that citizens of Karnataka have given an appropriate reply to those with distorted thinking.

Quoting the response of people in his rallies in which they request him to continue speaking in his language, Mr. Modi said some ‘fissiparous force’ may not like him and interestingly they should know the mood of the masses.

While addressing, he also praised BJP president Amit Shah in contributing his constant excellent strategies making the party to win one after another.

Karnataka Polls Live Updates – Rahul Gandhi to Campaign in Bengaluru, Modi is Expected to Hold 4 Rallies

Karnataka Polls Live Updates – Rahul Gandhi to Campaign in Bengaluru, Modi is Expected to Hold 4 Rallies

While campaigning for the assembly election 2018 is all set to end 48 hours before the voting, the star campaigners from both the parties are planning to hold more road shows across the state. Congress President Rahul Gandhi will continue his campaign in the state.

Karnataka Polls Live Updates – Rahul Gandhi to Campaign in Bengaluru, Modi is Expected to Hold 4 Rallies

PM Narendra Modi is expected to address public in Bangarapet early morning. Besides this, he has also planned to hold 4 rallies in state following by 1:30 pm in Chikmagalur, 4:30 pm in Belagavi and 7:30 pm in Bidar.

With only 2 days left with the voting, BJP President Amit Shah will hold 6 road shows in the state.

Congress leader Sonia Gandhi will hit the trail today in Karnataka, 2 years after she quit an election rally, she will speak at Vijayapura – where PM Modi had also addressed the rally.

Having started with the campaign, Mr. Modi is scheduled to hold 21 rallies before 9th may. The state will go on polls on 12th may to elect the representatives, and the result will be out on 15th May 2018.

PM Modi Urged Legislators and Parliaments to Participate Actively in the Fast

PM Modi Urged Legislators and Parliaments to Participate Actively in the Fast

PM Modi will lead the lawmakers of the BJP in the fast today to protest against the washout which the party blames on the Congress. While during the fast Mr. Modi will also continue his work and attend meetings, he will also be visiting TN for the opening of the Defence Expo.

In addition, in the audio message, he also requests the BJP parliamentarians and legislators to participate in fast and to expose people who had throttled the democracy by interrupting the budget session.

He further said –

“Those who couldn’t gain power in 2014, don’t want the country to move forward. They didn’t let parliament work for a single day. They killed democracy and we will observe the fast to expose them in front of the world”.

BJP President Amit Shah will sit on protest in Hubli where elections will be held on 12th May 2018. Earlier, the Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi had also observed a day’s fat to protest against the violence during Bharat bandh called by Dalit groups.

Their fast duration made headlines for certain wrong reasons, some of their leaders including Delhi Chief Ajay Maken were noticed having a breakfast at a restaurant that was gone viral on social media.

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PM Modi to Sit on a Long Day Fast to Protest Against the Second Half of the Budget Session

PM Modi To Sit On A Long Day Fast To Protest Against The Second Half Of The Budget Session

BJP MP’s lead by Mr. Modi will sit on a fast tomorrow i.e. 12the April 2018, to protest budget session washout. With the long day fast, he will continue with his work engagements including holding meetings and clearing files. Addressing the public at the centenary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi’s fast at Champaran in Bihar yesterday, Modi claimed that opposition parties, created hurdles for the NDA, while it was focusing on the upliftment of weaker sections. Both Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah will have a long day fast tomorrow, over the interference during budget sessions of the parliament.

BJP had announced in the last week that its MP’s from both houses would observe fast on 12th April irrespective of their district headquarters. Amit Shah who is a diabetic patient is advised to go against fasting and will have two hours dharna at Hubli in Karnataka on Thursday. Besides this, BJP MP Bhupendra Yadav will observe fast in Ajmer and media convenor Anil Baluni in Dehradun.

Spread the Welfare Schemes of Government, Focus on Poor – PM Modi to BJP MPs

Spread the Welfare Schemes of Government, Focus on Poor – PM Modi to BJP MPs

PM Narendra Modi asked BJP MP’s to focus on backward and Poor’s of the country and to make them aware of the welfare schemes by the government. He further said that BJP MP’s should spend time in backward areas, listen to the issue of people and ensure that they deliver the government programmes.

PM Narendra Modi asked BJP MP’s to focus on backward and Poor's of the country and to make them aware of the welfare schemes by the government.

BJP national president Amit Shah and Mr. Modi were the main speakers in the meeting that included BJP MP’s from the house of parliament at the party headquarters. Apart from the two, Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar and other MP’s also shared their views.

Tomar stated that BJP would organize different programmes from 14th April to 5th May to describe schemes of the government in several areas. Modi also asked the members to make the best use of technology to spread a message across the areas.

Amit Shah stated – “The Opposition is dejected due to losses in poll after poll and is spreading misinformation.”

He further said that BJP has defeated other parties in ten stated due to Modi’s charisma, policies and booth-level workers. Both Shah and Modi asked members to work on improving and strengthening booth committees in their area.