PM Modi thanks people appreciating 9 years of his govt, says ‘strength to work even harder’
PM Modi said that such affection gives him added strength to work even harder for the people
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday expressed his gratitude to the tweets on the completion of 9 years of his government. While responding to the appreciation received by the people, PM Modi said that such affection gives him added strength to work even harder for the people.
PM Modi even retweeted several tweets appreciating the work of his government in the past 9 years.
PM Modi is set to complete nine of its two successive terms on 30 May and to mark the occasion, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) is starting a mass outreach program from 30 May and will hold around 50 rallies across the country. PM Modi is also scheduled to address many of these rallies.
The mass outreach program will also see other senior BJP leaders like JP Nadda, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, and others. The program will be inaugurated on 31 May through a mega rally by PM Modi in Rajasthan's Ajmer.
It will also provide a boost to the election campaign of the party ahead of the Lok Sabha polls in 2024.
On Sunday, PM Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the new Parliament building. BJP President JP Nadda said that the new Parliament represents the people's resolve to make India a developed nation.
"The new Parliament Building is a significant milestone in the journey of independent India. This parliament building is not merely an architectural instrument, it actually symbolizes the spirit of India's vibrant culture and heritage," Nadda said in a tweet.
"It is an ode to the people of India who have continuously upheld the value of democracy. It represents the resolve of our countrymen to make India a developed nation under the visionary leadership of PM Shri @narendramodi Ji," he added.
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