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“India Transforming Because Of Right Policies, Right Leader”: Nitin Gadkari


Nitin Gadkari inaugurates five national highway projects in MP - The Hard News Daily
“It is time to make India the number one superpower,” he said (File)


Union minister Nitin Gadkari praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong leadership on Monday, saying that India is changing because of the right policies and the right leader.

Speaking at the ‘Namo Yuva Sammelan’ event hosted by the ruling BJP’s youth wing, Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Mr. Gadkari stated that Modi’s transformation was being felt throughout the entire nation.

He claimed that the Congress did not advance the nation and that Manmohan Singh’s “mute” government did not pay attention to the opinions of the people.

According to Gadkari, the establishment of MIHAN, a multimodal passenger and cargo hub airport in Nagpur that was now employing thousands of young people, was opposed by the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (SP) leader Sharad Pawar.

Farmers in Vidarbha are not ending their lives since the BJP government has made efforts to install irrigation systems. For farmers, young people, and the underprivileged, several development projects have been implemented,” he stated.

“The nation is changing, and in the next five years, under PM Modi, the Indian economy will rank third in the globe. The right ideas and the right leader are transforming India,” he claimed.

The Union minister claimed that although the country was making progress in all areas today—thanks to the people for toppling the UPA government and installing the NDA administration led by Prime Minister Modi—the Congress, from Pandit Nehru to Sonia Gandhi, had only made empty promises.

“India needs to become the world’s leading powerhouse. He called on party workers to go to the villages and convince people that only the Prime Minister has the power to alter their destiny. “We need to remove poverty and unemployment, which is possible only when Modiji comes to power (again)”

The BJP delivered on its pledges to repeal Article 370, which granted Jammu and Kashmir special status, and to build a magnificent Ram temple in Ayodhya. According to Gadkari, the party is now committed to making India a superpower.

“We (BJP-led National Democratic Alliance) will definitely cross 400 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls,” asserted Gadkari.

During the function, Union Minister Smriti Irani said to Congressman Rahul Gandhi, “maidan tum chunno, karyakarta hum chunenge” (you choose the platform, we will choose a functionary to represent the BJP). She then invited Gandhi to participate in a debate over ten years of Modi rule.

Praiseing the Modi administration for welfare initiatives such as bank accounts for the underprivileged, home toilets, free rations for 80 crore citizens, and 33% reservation for women, among other things, Irani asserted that any worker of BJYM could overcome Gandhi.

Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra, expressed his satisfaction that young people from all over the state came together to attend the event and pledged to make Modi the prime minister for a third time.

“The phrase ‘Garibi Hatao’ was first used by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, but it was implemented by Prime Minister Modi. “Under Modi rule, 25 crore people were lifted out of poverty, according to the NITI Aayog,” Mr. Fadnavis stated.

He declared that if Modi were to win the prime ministership again, history would not be repeated and that victory would benefit all citizens, not only the BJP.

Tejasvi Surya, a BJP MP, claimed that while Congress administration was rife with corruption, the youth’s battle for change was a crucial factor in guaranteeing Modi’s win.

President of the BJYM Surya claimed that poverty and terrorism had been eradicated during the ten years of the Narendra Modi administration.

He criticised Uddhav Thackeray, the head of the Shiv Sena (UBT), and Sharad Pawar for their dynastic politics.

(This news report is from a syndicated feed. THND team members did not write or edit the content except for the headline.)



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