How to be Successful in Life

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Prime Minister of India – Narender Modi

“I did not get an opportunity to die for the country, but I have got an opportunity to live for the country”

 

In September 1950, Narender Modi born in a poor family, his father name is Damodardas Modi and mother is Hiraba Modi. His home town is Vednagar in Mehsana district of Gujarat, this place is known for its spiritiuality and learning. Narender Modi also helped his father by working in his tea stall which is near to railway station of Vednagar. Narender Modi is a strong personality. He is a grounded person. He believes in humanity. He joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) when he was only 8 years old. There he was met Lakshman Rao Inamdar, he considered him as a political guru.  Because of parents, he got engaged with Jashodaben but he was completely dedicated to plolitics so he left his house for his dreams. He visited the Ramkrishna Missin in Rajkot and then the Belur math in Kolkata. He also joined Swami Vivekananda ashram in Guwahati. Modi also want to join Indian Army but his family didn’t give permission for this. During the 1975-77 political crisis, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency, banning political organizations such as the RSS. Modi went underground and wrote a book, Sangharsh ma Gujarat (Gujarat in Emergency), which chronicles his experiences as a political fugitive.  In 1987, Narendra Modi joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which stood for Hindu nationalism. He promoted privatization of businesses, small government and Hindu values. In 1995, Modi was elected BJP national secretary, a position from which he successfully helped settle internal leadership disputes, paving the way for BJP election victories in 1998. Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001. Modi always talked about Growth and development. In fact, Gujarat has shown an overall growth encompassing agriculture, manufacture and services under this man of development. He successfully completed his aim of giving electricity in each and every home by setting up Asia’s largest solar field. His dream project consists of solar power plants at Asia’s largest solar park at Charnka village, as well as solar units at 10 other places in Gujarat. In February 2002, while Modi served as chief minister of Gujarat, a commuter train was attacked, allegedly by Muslims. In retaliation, an attack was carried out on the Muslim neighborhood of Gulbarg. Violence spread, and Modi imposed a curfew granting police shoot-to-kill orders. After peace was restored, Modi’s government was criticized and he was criticized of allowing the killings of more than 1,000 Muslims. After two investigations, the Indian Supreme Court concluded there was no evidence Modi was at fault. Once again Gujarat people showed trust on Modi and he was reelected chief minister of Gujarat in 2007 and 2012. He is credited with bringing prosperity and development to Gujarat and is seen as a corrupt-free and efficient administrator. Modi is a true leader of, for and by the people. His attitude has made him reach new heights of popularity so much so that he won the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in India by a huge majority and made a clean sweep.

The day Narendra Damodardas Modi swore in as the 15th Prime Minister of India was a day that promised a new beginning and fast development. Narender Modi launched different social welfare scheme throughout the country within a short span of time.

List of schemes launched by Narender Modi :-

  • Digital India
  • Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana
  • Make in India
  • Atal pension yojana
  • Suraksha Bima yojana
  • Jeevan jyoti bima yojana
  • Mudra bank yojana
  • LPG subsidy pahal scheme and so many …….. 
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