Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that people of India who work day and night, are his inspiration. In an interview to Times Now, PM Modi said, “I don’t live under the burden of worries. Problems and challenges are there. But you must challenge the challenges and not let the challenges turn into worries. This is my principle. I challenge the challenges.”
Answering a question on what motivates him the most, and if Modi would be able to keep this pace at which he is going, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he liked to face problems.
“I like to face the problems. I don’t run away from them. Whatever loss I have to face for it. I face it. I can’t leave the country helpless. This responsibility must be taken and I will continue to do so. For all good and bad things, it is my responsibility. I do not regret anything.” PM Modi said.
“I believe, people of the country have given me the responsibility and I must fulfill it”, he added.
Narrating an incident, Modi said, “I was in Pune, and I met a Shrimaan Chandrakant ji. A retired teacher with a pension of Rs 16,000, donates Rs 5000 every month for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. If a 70 year old retired teacher with children and family at home, without worrying about them, worries about the country, then being the Prime Minister, I should work a thousadn times more than Chandrakant ji.
PM Modi concluded the interview saying, “people like Chandrakant ji are my inspiration. People of this country who work day and night, they are my inspiration. I look at them and I work even harder.”