‘Change to change’ way to deal with assemble new India: Modi

PM was responding to wishes and messages tweeted by his followers on the third anniversary of the BJP's victory in Lok Sabha polls.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

New Delhi: On the third commemoration of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s triumph in Lok Sabha surveys, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday night said his legislature was resolved to fabricate “another India” through the “change to change” approach.

He was reacting to wishes and messages tweeted by his devotees.

“A debt of gratitude is in order for your desires. Through a ‘change to change’ approach we are focused on building another India,” he tweeted because of a complimentary message on the event of fulfillment of three years in government.

It was on this day in 2014 when the consequences of the Lok Sabha surveys were announced, giving the BJP a gigantic triumph. Modi was confirmed as the Prime Minister on May 26, 2014.

To another tweet, he stated, “‘India First’ is the remote strategy of the administration. Be it exchange or social circles, we need to build our engagement with the world.”

In light of another tweet, the Prime Minister stated, “…Strength is gotten from the aptitudes and abilities of 125 crore individuals of India.”

One adherent valued that the legislature was considering multiplying the salary of ranchers. To this, Modi answered, “Our ranchers are the “Annadatas.” When our agriculturists succeed, India will thrive.”


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