Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s policies have bridged the development gap of the last 60 years in the six years since they have assumed power, underlined BJP president JP Nadda in a press conference to mark the first anniversary in the second term of the NDA? government.
Exactly the same sentiment was expressed by home minister Amit Shah in the tweet while congratulating PM Modi in the completing first year in office from the second term. The comment is actually a direct attack in the Congress rule.
Nadda underscored how the first year of PM Modi’s second term is a huge “year of accomplishments”. They were met by PM Modi “boldly”, even though he said there were “unimaginable challenges”. As an example, he cited the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and said it helped accomplish the task of one nation, one flag.
You will have 250 press conferences and 2000 rallies, all virtual, to bring home the achievements of your government to those, said Nadda.
The us government, said Nadda, is receptive, responsive and has the ability for taking decisions. The BJP chief credited PM Modi of bringing about a “cultural alteration of the political arena”.
“What is right is right and will also be implemented…The ‘chalta hai (whatever goes)’ attitude will never be tolerated,” said Nadda.