Major factors why Mr. Narendra Modi won 2019 LokSabha

Modi won 2019 LokSabha

(1) No place for VIP culture in New India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a decision to stop the use of red beacon lights atop official VVIP vehicles.

(2) Respectfully Bows Down Before Entering The Parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi bent down with his forehead touching the stairs to show his high respect towards the temple of democracy.

(3) Knows How To Connect With The Masses

Prime Minister Narendra Modi boarded a metro train in the national capital to connect with the common people.

(4) He Believes in Indian Values

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a man of values. He can often be seen seeking blessings from his senior party leaders.

(5) Being Firm Towards The Nation

Such was the impact of PM Modi’s diplomatic power that Pakistan had to release captured Indian pilot Abhinandan Varthaman within a few days.

Modi won 2019 LokSabha

(6) Empowering India

“Make in India” – these three words declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the ramparts of the Red Fort woke the nation up to its potential.

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(7) Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao

PM Narendra Modi’s “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” campaign has generated awareness and improved the efficiency of welfare services intended for girls in India.

(8) Honouring The Brave Armed Forces

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started an initiative named ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ which enables the civilians to contribute to the families of martyred soldiers.

(9) Connecting India Like Never Before

PM Modi has given a huge boost to infrastructure. Railways, Roads, and Shipping have been the focus to augment this infrastructure and aid in connectivity.

(10) Swachh Bharat Mission

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Swachh Bharat Mission” has helped to relish Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of Clean India Green India.

(11) Driving India towards a cashless driven country

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been giving a big push towards making India a digitally empowered and cashless economy.

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