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There is no denying that there has been a huge swing in his political style to the extent that India’s political history can be divided into pre-Narendra Modi and post-Narendra Modi. Be it the Modi wave, be it the anti-Modi wave, everything has a lot of scope.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrates his 72nd birthday today. From being born in a humble family in the state of Gujarat to establishing himself as the face of India today, his life has undoubtedly been a dramatic journey. From his speech in the central hall of Parliament in 2014 when he became Prime Minister for the first time to his monthly chants of Man Ki Baat, there are thousands of lines to quote. We are sharing 10 of them.
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1. We stand in the Temple of Democracy. Let us undertake this work with purity of heart. Let’s work for the people of the country, not for the position. Work and responsibility are the most important. I take responsibility for myself. This post of Prime Minister is not important to me. But the responsibility it gives me is very important (Prime Minister’s First Speech in the Central Hall of Parliament)
2. Let us all unite and serve Mother Bharat. Let’s take our nation to new heights. If each of you takes one step forward, we collectively take 125 crore steps forward (First Mann Ki Baad Speech)
3. The world is looking at India with hope. Indians spread across the world have a responsibility to expand this vision.
4. India is growing fast. The world has great expectations of us. We should not miss this opportunity.
5. There are 80 crore youth in this country. Most of them are below 35 years of age. If they become competent they can change the future of this nation. That’s where I focus my attention now.
6. Those who believe in humanity should unite. All of them should raise their voices against terrorism. Terrorism must be eradicated.
7. To create an environment where every citizen of this nation can ensure their contribution. 125 crore Indians united can take this nation forward.
8. Government projects need not be concentrated only in New Delhi. That is why important schemes are being implemented in various states.
9. Failures should never be a stumbling block in our learning. We must learn from our failures. Face the challenges of life and win.
10. India never attacked any country be it World War I or World War II. No war was waged with the intention of conquering any nation. But our soldiers lost their lives fighting for other allies in both the wars. The world should remember them.
Prime Minister Modi’s speeches like the longest Independence Day speech, demonetisation announcement are all getting attention in one way or another.
Today – September 17: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday