Narendra Modi is an Indian politician who is currently serving as the 14th Prime Minister of India. He was born on September 17, 1950, in Vadnagar, a small town in the Mehsana district of Gujarat, India. Modi’s childhood was spent in poverty, and he worked at his father’s tea stall before becoming involved in politics.
Modi joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a right-wing Hindu nationalist organization, in his youth and later became a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He rose through the ranks of the party and served as the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014, where he implemented several economic and social development policies.
Modi has been serving as the Prime Minister of India since 2014 and was re-elected for a second term in 2019. His government has implemented several initiatives such as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Digital India, Make in India, and Ayushman Bharat, aimed at promoting economic growth and social welfare. Modi’s leadership style and policies have been both praised and criticized, and he is one of the most prominent and controversial political figures in India.
Hard work never brings fatigue. It brings satisfaction.
I don’t believe in taking right decisions. I take decisions and then make them right.
We should remain students for lifetime. You should be always ready and yearning to learn something new.
I am a common man with uncommon dreams and I am here to achieve them.
India has no shortage of capabilities, capacities, or resources. We only need to harness them.
My definition of secularism is simple: respect and tolerate all religions.
I am a small man who wants to do big things for small people.
The youth of India does not want to be job seekers, they want to be job creators.
My vision is to make India a global manufacturing hub.
If you work with determination and with perfection, success will follow.
Each one of us has both; good and evil virtues. Those who decide to focus on the good ones succeed in life.
The power of youth can be utilized in building a strong and prosperous nation.
Development is the only answer to poverty.
Our Mantra should be: ‘Innovate, Co-operate, and Graduate.
India’s diversity is its strength. Our unity is our power.
I see 125 crore Indians as my family.
A son of a poor man is standing in front of you today. This is the strength of a democracy.
India is not a country of the Hindus only. It is a country of the Muslims, the Christians and the Parsees too.
Unity in diversity is India’s strength. There is simplicity in every Indian. There is unity in every corner of India. This is our strength.
Innovation is a change that unlocks new value.
If we work together, we can transform India into a developed nation.
We are a country full of youthful energy. We need to empower our youth.
India’s culture is our strength. It has been enriched by centuries of history, and it is the way forward.
India can be made safer only through the empowerment of women.
The biggest asset of democracy is trust. The biggest challenge of democracy is to retain that trust.
People’s blessings give you the power to work tirelessly. The only thing required is commitment.
The world has seen enough violence. It is time to create peace, unity and harmony.
We should always try to create something that will help mankind, and not just ourselves.
We will make India the easiest place to do business.
Our priority is development. India has to move forward on the path of development.
Our biggest challenge in the 21st century is to take development to the bottom of the pyramid.
Skill, scale, and speed are the three pillars of success.
India is a youthful nation. It is time to harness the power of our youth for the progress of our nation.
We must aim high and strive for excellence in every field.
We have to build the India of the 21st century, which will be a modern, progressive and developed India.
The only way to solve problems is to work together, because unity is strength.
We should focus on women’s development, because when a woman is empowered, the whole family benefits.
My government is committed to the welfare of every citizen of India.
India’s progress is incomplete without the progress of the Northeast.