1. Narendra Modi Delhi roadshow: Prime Minister says that in “New India” middle class people will flourish

Narendra Modi Delhi roadshow: Prime Minister says that in “New India” middle class people will flourish

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in his victory speech at the BJP headquarters has outlined that poor people look for opportunities and not sops.

By: | Published: March 12, 2017 7:57 PM
It is not by fluke that one has got this victory. He said “we don’t get anything by legacy, We want to take billion people together to build “New India”. (ANI)

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in his victory speech at the BJP headquarters has outlined that poor people look for opportunities and not sops. He said that a middle-class person really suffers in terms of quantum work and limited money. The middle class has the potential to achieve great heights but have limited opportunity to leap forward.  He said, in “New India” the middle class must flourish. He said the poor need to be strengthened. Voters have rejected appeasement. Prime Minister thanked the architects of mega victory. Further, he said that we will not let people of India down. It is not by fluke that one has got this victory. He said “we don’t get anything by legacy, We want to take billion people together to build “New India”.

After BJP’s sweeping victory in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, Delhi prepared itself for Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s roadshow. PM Modi will also did a victory walk and a speech. After that a grand welcome awaited him at the party headquarters in New Delhi. This is the first time Narendra Modi made a public appearance since the election results came out yesterday. Earlier Amit Shah, the President of the party in his victory speech yesterday had said BJP is set to form government in 4 states, and it is the victory of PM’s leadership as PM Modi who was the face of BJP’s poll campaign in Uttar Pradesh.

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The BJP, along with allies, has won 325 of UP’s 403 seats, leaving less than a 100 to be shared by all other parties. It has also swept Uttarakhand, adjacent to UP. Goa and Manipur, which saw direct contests between the Congress and BJP, have not given any party a majority and the BJP is in with a chance to form government with the support of others.

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