In an exclusive interview with Sudhir Choudhary, Narendra Modi expressed his confidence in the public of India and said that Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) will return to power with a majority and National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will come to power with a relatively greater margin and tally in 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He took a jibe at the opposition saying that “everyone has the right to dream and until the results, let the opposition party dream for victory.”
Talking about the elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that his work took him to places between the public and never restricted him to his office. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he has traveled throughout the country and met people at the ground level and he has the faith in the public of India that NDA will get more than 272 seats in the Lok Sabha and will form the government at the center.
He said that people want a strong government and a decision making government. There was the curiosity in people in 2014 Lok Sabha elections but 2019 elections have seen Modi close by and the work is done by Modi government is visible.`
Talking about the Ayushman-Bharat-yojana he said that we have made corrections in the yojana and reviewed meetings so that this benefits of the scheme can reach to the grounds.
Talking about the 2014 Lok Sabha, Narendra Modi said that the opposition in those days also said that there is no Modi wave and yet Modi government came to power.
He said that the entire world is happy with the democracy and the processing of elections in India. Only our country people have a problem with it. The opposition has been in rule for a long period of time and wants that all the institutions should work according to them.
When asked about the abuses inflicted by Priyanka Gandhi and Mamata Banerjee, Narendra Modi said that the love is to show off and the reality has hatred within the opposition.
The topic for this elections is “Modi”. Comparing these elections with 1977 elections where all the opposition parties came together to defeat Indira Gandhi, Narendra Modi said that if seen with a view of political parties, speeches of elections and TRP of the news channels then there is a probability of this view at the ground. However, if you review the election on the basis of what voters think, the assumption might be wrong because every voter knows which government has worked for the country and which country has used the economy in favor for the people.
When asked about the alliance, Narendra Modi said that “I would have been happy if the opposition was together, however, there is nothing more than confusion.” He said that Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal tried their best to form the alliance but they failed. He said that ” In the 2014 elections Modi was fighting, but these elections, people are fighting.”
Plan B question of Sudhir Choudhary was rebuffed by Narendra Modi saying that there is no chance that BJP will not come to power, and thus all the plans are one. “On May 23 results will come and the president will call us for the oath-taking ceremony to form the new government.”
Taking about the equation with Mamata Banerjee, Narendra Modi said that, “Does the constitution of India gives you any right to say that I do not consider this person as the Prime Minister of India.” Talking about Mamata’s statements, Modi said that Prime Minister is the constitutional management and elected by the people. Mamata Banerjee sees Pakistan’s prime minister as prime minister, but India’s prime minister is not a PM for her and this shows her distrust in the constitution of India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged Mamata Banerjee and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) for not giving permission to organize public meetings in West Bengal. He also alleged that TMC workers threaten the tent owners and organizers to refrain from providing BJP their material. He claimed that my problem is not Mamata Banerjee and TMC but the problem of West Bengal is genuine and grieving. Sever measures have to be taken to make the situation better in West Bengal.
“The 100-day agenda of BJP after the elections is already set”, Sudhir Choudhary asked Narendra Modi the purpose behind the agenda. Narendra Modi said that after the 2014 elections, a lot of time went by in learning the geography of the country and the working of the government. He said that the government should have the habit of continuity.
Narendra Modi targeted the Congress and said that if Congress can ask for votes in the name of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, then the things relative to the name will also have to be answered.
BJP and Communist parties are only parties that have not evolved from Congress. “Congress is a character that spreads in the politics,” said Narendra Modi.
Talking about the Indian position at a global place, Narendra Modi said that if “India is capable it will prosper.” He said that security is the principal objective of India and the target of India is only terrorist and there is no intent of military action. He said that in the National Security Council meeting, He claimed that first we thought of talking to Prime Minister but no responsible Pakistani official received the call. And thus the surgical strike took place.
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