With BJP’s victory in Karnataka, Narendra Modi has declared that the era of dynasty politics has ended. He asked the party office-bearers and cadre to work towards nation building and not serve the interests of any political family, which seems like an oblique dig at the Congress and the Nehru-Gandhi family.
He Addressed The National Executive Meeting Of All Bjp Fronts
Modi said the party rank and file should not strive to serve any political dynasty or family but put in hard work for nation-building. He reiterated the party slogan of “nation-first”. “The era of political dynasties is over. For us hard work means working for the nation. The cadre should work for the nation and not just for the party,” Modi told the Morcha heads and its members.
The Party Aims To Celebrate Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th Birth Anniversary With His Teachings
The party will also work towards spreading the word about Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings as part of the 150th birth anniversary celebrations. “The Prime Minister emphasised that the Gram Swaraj programme under which BJP ministers, office bearers and leaders visited 21,000 villages across the country was a huge success.
These villages should be revisited by BJP morchas and party workers. He set the target of reaching out to 22 crore poor families and educated them about the achievements of the NDA government in the last four years,” a senior BJP leader said, preferring anonymity.
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.
12th May 2018, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at famous Muktinath temple and became the first world leader to do so. Yesterday, PM Modi and his Nepal equivalent KP Oli drew a tourism circuit with Ramayana as a theme.
The two launched a bus service between Janakpur which is considered as Sita’s parent’s place and Ayodhya which is her in-law’s place.
PM Modi said while inaugurating the Janakpur – Ayodhya Bus service –
“Without Nepal, India’s faith is incomplete. Without Nepal, India’s history is incomplete. Without Nepal, India’s dhams (temples) are incomplete. Without Nepal, our Ram is incomplete,”.
he further said that this mythological connect will strong the ties between two countries. He also announces a 100 crore package to reform Janakpur.
PM Modi said that the two ties between the countries are back to the Treta Yug during King Janak’s rule.
He further said – “And the bondage built by Sita… is still strong. It is this bondage which attracts people from Rameswaram to Pashupatinath, people from Lumbini to Bodhgaya and I was also attracted with the same bondage”.
He said – “We discussed all the aspects of partnership between Nepal and India, and assured that India will help Nepal in making the landlocked country land linked as per the vision of the PM of Nepal.”
Karnataka is heading a close contest between the Congress and BJP votes. To make it more visible and to predict better results, PM Modi has planned 6 more rallies in Karnataka. Initially, the BJP has planned 15 rallies but the latest reports suggest that it could go up to 21.
10 May is the last date of campaigning but PM may spare one more day to get his programmes rearranged. Karnataka is the state that is currently ruled by Congress. To bring more visibility to it and to predict the future win, PM Modi has decided to increase the number of rallies.
PM has launched his second leg of a campaign for the state on 1 May, addressing only rallies in Udupi, Belagavi, and Chamarajanagar that covers more than 45 assembly constituencies.
A senior leader of the BJP said that the division has asked for more rallies as they felt that this is the best bet to urge the voters. Narendra Modi will tour Karnataka on Friday and Saturday and will address 3-4 rallies each day. He will again hit the campaign on Monday and Tuesday and will address more rallies.
PM Narendra Modi yesterday, asked the youth to join the summer internship 2018 launched by Modi government as an opportunity for those who really want to make a change in the society. In his last talk on show ‘Mann ki Baat’ PM touched various topics especially Indian women’s achievements in the CWG.
He urged youngsters to join Swachh Bharat Summer Internship 2018.
He further said – “The best of the best interns, who have done exceptional work at college and university levels, will be given prizes at the national level,”.
He also focused on conserving water and said that his government has nearly spent 32000 crores outside the MNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act). While talking about this swachh India internship he also said that the best interns will be awarded the points. For this, every young Indian during the internship period will need to adopt more villages and should take care of welfare activities. The period will start from 1st May to 31st July 2018.
At the end of the period, the best interns declared at university, and national levels will be rewarded.
Indian PM Narendra Modi today met China President Xi Jinping at a favorite spot of Mao Zedong in Wuhan. This was Modi’s first visit with Jinping after the Doklam border crisis. The leaders met at Hubei Provincial Muslim where Xi Jinping welcomed him. The two shook hands and PM Modi was accorded a warm welcome with a programme. The two are holding talks in Wuhan and are all set to take forward their two-day informal summit.
Mr. Modi thanked Xi Jinping for the welcome and shared some appreciation for China –
“Grateful for the warm welcome, impressed by China’s infrastructure, China’s power projects are unique.”
In addition to the meeting, the two will also hold series of one-on-one talks after having lunch at the Hubei museum. They will have dinner on the banks of famous East Lake. Earlier also, he had a dinner date with Xi Jinping on Sabarmati riverfront in Ahmedabad in 2014.
In 2014, while during his first meeting with Xi he said –
“The culture of both India and China is based along the river banks, if we talk about the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa civilizations in India, all the development happened along river banks.”
The leaders will have their meetings tomorrow at 10 a.m. following by lunch and boat ride. Their talks will focus on bilateral ties and there will be no joint statement or agreement issued and signed.
During his visit to London the members of the Indian Ladies in the United Kingdom (ILUK), shared him a special message which says – ‘Beta Padhao, Beti Bachao’. The group consists of first-generation Indian women from different Indian sub-continent.
Poonam Joshi – the founder of the group met PM with a special message which outlines their aspirations for India. This beautiful box was designed by a London based artist and ILUK member Komal Hoskotti.
She further explained that ILUK aims to share the message that is important for every girl child, friends, and peers. After the meeting, Mr. Modi shared that message in an election rally in Madhya Pradesh. He called on families to educate their sons and to make them more responsible for treating the girls around them.
The founder said – “As a mother of three boys, there is no greater duty for me than to educate my sons, not just to have amazing jobs in the future but to respect and empathize with their female counterparts. I was born and raised in India, so I understand the inequality that has become second nature for us – not just on the part of men but the women who turn a blind eye to inequality. That has to stop”
ILUK shared their meeting with a PM on the social media –
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During their meeting with PM, the group also highlighted the challenges faced by them in the UK. The government too has helped in introducing a number of measures to NRI’s regarding strict laws governing spousal abandonment.
The Wuhan summit between the leaders could be as important as the one between Rajiv Gandhi and Deng Xiaoping in 1988, the Chinese media said today. Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping will have an informal summit in Wuhan on 27th and 28th April to improve cordial relations and discuss the global issues of mutual concern.
The official newspaper said that this meeting is expected to live up to its billing similar to the meeting held in 1989 between Deng Xiaoping and Rajiv Gandhi.
The China daily said that both Beijing and New Delhi hope for something substantial from the upcoming two-day meeting. The announcement was made on Sunday after talks between State Councilor Wang Yi and visiting Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.
China and India cooled down soon after the Dokalam standoff; this clearly indicates the strong foundation for ties. Both the countries have better economic development than other countries and both are independent.
The tabloid attached to the ruling Communist Party of China’s official publications said.
“While third parties may profit from a deteriorating China-India relationship, the two countries themselves will not. They should be vigilant of others seeking to benefit at the expense of their friendly relations and recalibrate their relationship so it serves more constructive purposes.”
PM Narendra Modi in Sweden while addressing the Indian Diaspora said his government has been committed to removing poverty and has been using the empowerment as tools to reach towards the goal. He further said that the country is going through a change, and government in India is working 24 hours for the country’s prestige and is taking it to new levels.
Modi said – “In the last four years, the government has worked for building a developed and inclusive India. It has worked for creating a New India by 2022.”
Swedish PM Mr. Lofven said he really values Sweden partnership with India. He appreciates the Indian people for their contribution to the Nordic country. Modi also details India’s entry into the export control regimes of Wassenaar Arrangement, and the Missile Technology Control Regime as an epitome of India’s increasing stature at the global level. It has now become easier to do business in India and the country has also jumped 42 ranks in the business index. He said that Jan Dhan Yojna, mobile technology has created benefit in the transfer facility.
PM Narendra Modi will open the aspirational district programme, and India’s first wellness center under Ayushmann Bharat today at Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. The two programmers are the best initiatives, of the NITI Aayog, under the programme, the government aims to quickly transform the districts based on the real-time monitoring. The idea of the programme is to focus on the district, and measure progress for rank districts.
Under Ayushman Bharat, government targets to set up more than 1.5 lakh wellness center by 2022 that will grip on primary health care for preventive and curative care.
Bijapur is amongst poorest districts in the country and has been selected on the basis of poor indicators in the field of financial and infrastructure inclusion.
Bijapur is the second on the list of the districts which have shown maximum improvement in the very short span of time. In the current financial year, the government has planned to set up 11,000 facilities in different areas of the country. The aim is that whether the rich or poor, in the country should reach within 30 minutes to avail the primate healthcare facilities.