Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that India stands firm with its interests while being seen as a nation that can speak for humanity at a time when the world is divided into two rival factions.
Speaking on the occasion of the 42nd founding day of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Prime Minister Modi said: “Today, India stands firmly before the world with its interests without any fear or pressure. When the whole world is divided into two rival factions, India is seen as a nation that can speak strongly of humanity. “
He added that the founding day of the BJP coincided with the celebration of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahasabha’ and “a rapidly changing world landscape”, “many new opportunities are coming for India”.
Welcoming the BJP, Prime Minister Modi said that it was “constantly strengthening the resolve of one India, the best India”. “From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Kutch to Kohima, the BJP is constantly pushing for a one India, a better India,” Modi said.
The Prime Minister also mentioned the party’s victory in the recently concluded Assembly elections, saying: “The BJP returned to power a few weeks ago with a ‘double-engine’ government in four states. Three decades later, the number of parties in the Rajya Sabha has reached 100. “
Prime Minister Modi said that there was a time when people accepted that no matter which party the government is, nothing will be done for the country. “It simply came to our notice then. Today, every citizen of the country is proud to say that the nation is changing and moving fast, ”said the Prime Minister.
In a scathing attack on the Congress party, Prime Minister Modi said “family parties have never allowed the country’s youth to prosper.” “They have always betrayed,” Modi said. “Today we should be proud that the BJP is the only party today that is warning the country of this problem.”
He emphasized that the BJP was committed to “state devotion” while its rivals stood for “family devotion” and said that every BJP member should be proud that the party had made it an election issue and had succeeded in educating the people about the dangers of dynastic politics.
Prime Minister Modi has said that parties devoted to more family rule pay less attention to constitutional norms and cover up each other’s corruption and misdeeds even though they may be active in different states. He did not name any party, saying they did not allow the country’s young talent to come forward and betrayed them.
Modi further emphasized that the BJP governments at the Center and the states, reflecting the policy of “all together, all development”, worked to bring welfare projects to every beneficiary without any discrimination or bias. The parties in power had earlier practiced vote bank politics Inequality and corruption are “side effects of this politics,” he said, adding that some sections of society were promised and others were ignored.
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