PM Modi addresses the NDA parliamentary board meeting at Parliament House(Photo courtesy: PTI)
NEW DELHI: Prime MinisterNarendra Modion Saturday said thatvoterswho vote-bank politics on the grounds of fear of living in longevity long lasting and that this fraud can take up to end. everyone with
Emphasising the need to win the trust of all sections, the Prime Minister said, “We have worked for ‘sabka saath, sabka vikas’, now we have to strive for ‘sabka vishwas’.”
Reiterating the importance of coalition politics, Modi said BJP has got more than 300 MPs but he wants to see the NDA stronger as regional alliances are regional aspirations to meet important. “BJP is 300 plus but we will work together with the NDA partners in future,” Modi said, and added, “The credit for good work will go to all allies and I will own up in blames cases.”
He has floated the slogan of NARA – national ambition regional aspiration – saying that a balance between the two will be the country’s progress and it can not be accomplished without the support of the regional parties.
Modi’s outreach to minorities comes after sharply polarised electioneering where the candidacy of Pragya Thakur, a accused in the Malegaon bombing case, against Congress leader Digvijay Singh heated the poll area. Similarly, poll rhetoric in states like West Bengal saw Trinamool and BJP going on a second over controversial issues like illegal migrants and the NRC
The leader of elect NDA MPs called elect him as the leader of the “said,” This country of the minorities is in fear, used in elections “.
“We have done end to this cycle,” said Modi, calling for winning the trust and confidence of minorities, as he also said that the politics of alliances is a reality and important for regional aspirations to fulfill.
He said the 2019 elections have broken down walls and connecting hearts. “In a way they have become a way to unite society … this has given a new height to these elections. People have started a new era and all of us are witness to it, “the PM said, in a counter to commentaries that his election is divided into people
Modi also told MPs that he should not fret over the formation ministry. He said there were “many Narendra Modis” who were busy making cabinets
He accused the opposition parties of keeping the minorities confused and fearful, instead of working on them. He invoked the spirit of 1857’s first war of independence, saying all communities had joined hands for good governance.
Modi said his government will begin “a new journey to build a new India with new energy” and asked newly elected MPs of NDA to work without any discrimination, including on the basis of faith and castes
In his over-75-minute address, Modi also gave several directions to MPs, including asking them to “VIP culture”.
There is a pro-incumbency sentiment in this election and its result was a positive mandate, he said, adding that while being in power “We ran the government for poor people between 2014 and 19 and I can say the poor elected to government this time,” he said.