HM Amit Shah Outlines PM Modi’s Vision for India’s Development


GG News Bureau
Jaipur, 21st Feb. 
Union Home Minister Amit Shah delivered a keynote address at the Karyakarta Sammelan in Jaipur, highlighting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious vision to propel India towards becoming a developed nation by 2047. In his impassioned speech, Shah juxtaposed this vision with his critique of the INDIA bloc, accusing it of focusing on promoting the political careers of the heirs of party leaders.

“PM Modi has set an audacious target for India to emerge as the most developed country in the world by 2047,” Shah proclaimed. He underscored the Modi government’s steadfast commitment to laying the groundwork for this transformative development, emphasizing its dedication to advancing the nation’s prosperity.

However, Shah did not mince words when discussing the purported agenda of the INDIA alliance. “While the BJP envisions ‘Sarvapratham Bharat’ (India First), the INDIA bloc seems preoccupied with advancing the political ambitions of party leaders’ heirs,” he asserted, drawing attention to examples such as Sonia Gandhi’s backing of Rahul Gandhi for the prime ministerial position and Lalu Yadav’s aspirations for his son, Tejashwi Yadav.

During his address, Shah outlined the significant achievements of the Modi government over its tenure, spanning various sectors. He lauded the government’s decisive actions, such as the implementation of the One Rank One Pension scheme and the historic abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.

Shah highlighted the government’s efforts in bolstering national security, particularly in response to incidents like the Pulwama and Uri attacks. He commended the Modi administration for its proactive measures to address the country’s challenges, including nepotism, corruption, appeasement, and casteism.

Moreover, Shah praised the government’s initiatives in promoting social justice and inclusive development, including the introduction of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the abolition of triple talaq, and the implementation of the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in Uttarakhand.

In a veiled jab at opposition leaders, Shah contrasted PM Modi’s tireless dedication with what he described as the lax governance of previous administrations. He highlighted the government’s achievements in providing essential services and welfare schemes to millions of Indians, emphasizing its commitment to inclusive growth and socio-economic empowerment.

Shah concluded his address by reaffirming the government’s unwavering resolve to uphold national interests and propel India towards a brighter future under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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