PM Modi did what his predecessors did not dare to do: Nadda


PTI, Sep 17, 2021, 7:42 PM IST

New Delhi: BJP president J P Nadda lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi”s leadership on his birthday and cited decisions such as the nullification of Article 370 and banning of instant triple talaq to assert that he did what was considered impossible.

Nadda also launched his party’s 20-day “Seva aur Samarpan” campaign during which the party will undertake a number of welfare measures to mark Modi”s birthday and his 20 years as head of a government, including as Gujarat chief minister.

“Abolition of Article 370, ban on triple talaq, paving the way for the construction of grand Ram Temple, surgical strikes and air strikes on terrorists, implementation of One Rank One Pension, Ayushman Bharat medical insurance cards to over 55 crore citizens… All these are some of the works which Modi has done in seven years which were considered impossible and none of his predecessors dared to do,” he said.

In this context, Nadda also referred to programmes like getting every house electrified, free gas connections for poor households, Rs 6,000 annual financial assistance for over 10 crore farmers, providing free rations to over 80 crore poor people during the pandemic, free house for the poor to laud Modi.

He asked BJP members to draw inspiration from Modi.

“It is a matter of great privilege and honour for the country and the party that today we are being led and guided by a great personality whose entire life is devoted towards the preservation and promotion of India”s rich cultural diversity and heritage. Our prime minister’s life is devoted to making India a strong, powerful and prosperous nation,” he said in a statement.

He claimed that Modi has changed India”s political culture as it was earlier plagued with casteism, appeasement and nepotism but the prime minister had proved that politics is about serving people and the country without any fear or favour.

“All political parties have been forced to change tack and work for the development of the country and welfare of its people,” Nadda said.

Noting Modi”s humble background, he said the prime minister has always felt very strongly for the welfare of poor and worked to make their lives better and happy.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Paytm gets Sebi nod for mega Rs 16,600-cr IPO

India successfully flight-tests ABHYAS off Odisha coast

Successful UPSC aspirants have no right to be allocated cadre, place of service of their choice: SC

Khatauli BJP MLA acquitted in 2013 Muzaffarnagar riot case

3 days of record rains causes losses worth Rs 2,000 crore in Kumaon

Law intern’s sexual harassment case: Two police personnel suspended for dereliction of duty

Baby kidnap case: Kerala govt orders probe by woman, child welfare department

Related Articles More

India successfully flight-tests ABHYAS off Odisha coast

Successful UPSC aspirants have no right to be allocated cadre, place of service of their choice: SC

Khatauli BJP MLA acquitted in 2013 Muzaffarnagar riot case

3 days of record rains causes losses worth Rs 2,000 crore in Kumaon

Centre hopeful of some states imposing stock limits on edible oils next week: Food secy

MUST WATCH

Unlucky auto Driver in Chikkamagaluru

Udayavani News Bulletin 22-10-2021

Manjamma Jogathi On The Discrimination She Faced

POLYHOUSE | Cucumber Cultivation Guide

Monuments lit up in tricolour to mark 100 crore vaccine


Latest Additions

Paytm gets Sebi nod for mega Rs 16,600-cr IPO

India successfully flight-tests ABHYAS off Odisha coast

Successful UPSC aspirants have no right to be allocated cadre, place of service of their choice: SC

Khatauli BJP MLA acquitted in 2013 Muzaffarnagar riot case

Bombay HC reserves order on ZEEL’s plea against EGM as requested by Invesco

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.