Narendra Modi’s victory speech: From new India to BJP’s mission 2019, here are the 5 key takeaways

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New Delhi | Updated: Mar 12, 2017 7:37 PM

Prime Minister said that India's poor is growing and rising with each passing day. They don't want anything in return for votes anymore.

narendra modi, narendra modi road show, modi road show, narendra modi road show delhi, modi delhi road showPrime Minister Narendra Modi during his speech at the BJP headquarters on Sunday. (Source: Twitter)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the BJp members at the party headquarters in Delhi just one day after BJP’s astonishing victory in Uttar Pradesh. During his speech, many senior party leaders like Union Minister Home Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP President Amit Shah and others were also present. He made his intentions clear by saying that he is not someone who looks at things from election point of view and is targeting 2025 when India will completed its 75-years of Independence. Here are the 5 major key takeaways from his speech:

1. Poor is rising

Prime Minister said that India’s poor is growing and rising with each passing day. They don’t want anything in return for votes anymore. All they ask is for opportunities and have voted for that.

2. Beginning of new India

Modi said that this election marked the beginning of new India. He has people have moved from emotional issues and can no more be fooled by fake promises anymore. Earlier in the day, he also posted a tweet by saying, “A new India is emerging, which is being powered by the strength & skills of 125 crore Indians. This India stands for development.”

3. Development is a major issue

For years parties have been winning in India on issues like caste, religion and others but according to the Prime Minister development has emerged as a major issue and cannot be ignored either. He said not too many leaders have taken development seriously. This election has shown that people have decided to vote for development this year.

4. Not affected by what others say

PM said, ‘Today that we have won the elections and fruits have grown on our tree, it is our duty to bow down just like a tree does. It is our opportunity to serve the people.’ This statement is a reflection of the fact that he is not affected by what other people have to say against BJP and is focusing on his goals.

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5. BJP’s fight isn’t over

Ever since winning the Lok Sabha elections in 2014, both PM Modi and Amit Shah have focused on a ‘Congress Mukta Bharat’. Today, he made it clear that BJP isn’t stopping anytime soon by saying, “Our goal is 2022, I am not even looking at 2019.” So, one thing is for sure that Congress or any other party need to pull up their socks to fight off the Modi wave.

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