BanglaHunt Desk: On May 30, Narendra Modi completed the first year of his second term as Prime Minister. On the occasion of the first anniversary of the second term of this great leader of India, Karnataka Chief Minister Yeddyurappa made a special remark. He said that this is not the end, 80 percent of the people want Modiji to be the Prime Minister next time.
The Karnataka Chief Minister claims that 80 per cent of the people are in favor of Prime Minister Narendra Modi because of his extraordinary skills and success in his career. They want Modiji as the Prime Minister in future also.
80 percent people want Modiji
He also called the Prime Minister an “Iron Man” for lifting Article 370 from Kashmir. He said, “About 80 per cent of the people of the country want Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister.” He can find the solution to any problem. The young generation of the country is now looking at him.
He is taking the country to the peak of development
He easily completed the first year of the second phase due to the extraordinary and visionary leadership of Modi. He said, “The Prime Minister is taking the country to the forefront of development through his policy of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Bikash, Sabka Biswas'.” Besides, he is working to build a self-reliant India. ”
The Karnataka Chief Minister told reporters on the completion of one year of the second term of the Modi government that the 'Basudhaiva Kutumkam' mantra left an impression of Modiji's extraordinary leadership not only in India but all over the world. The Prime Minister has successfully competed on various issues related to cancellation of three divorces, Vande Bharat Mission, Citizenship Amendment Act, One Country One Ration Card, New Motor Vehicles Act, Ram Mandir Dispute.
Narendra Modi is by the side of the people of the country
In the current situation, the Prime Minister is fighting against the epidemic corona virus to save 1.3 billion Indians. Whether it is different natural calamities at different times or the tension of the people of the country, he has always thought of the welfare of the people by looking at everything equally.