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Narendra Modi in a tribal school in Gujarat
















"When approached right, citizens never fail to shoulder their responsibilities."

Narendra Damodardas Modi born 17 September 1950, is the current Chief Minister of the Indian state of Gujarat. Born in a middle-class family in Vadnagar, a member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh since childhood, and an active politician since early in life having a masters degree in political science. In 1998, he was chosen by the leader of the BJP, L K Advani to direct the election campaign in Gujarat as well as Himachal Pradesh. He became Gujarat's Chief Minister on October 2001.

Narendra Modi who started as a "Sangh Pracharak" worked selflessly and with full dedication for RSS, to which he was attached since his school days. Narendra Modi officially entered BJP in 1987 and from then on, he struggled to achieve the desired position in the party.

Narendra Modi journey from Gujarat to Delhi had started with the "Sadbhavna Upvas". He started his  "Upvas" (fast) from  17th September, This fast stretched to 19th September (6PM). This "Sadbhavna Upvas" gave Modi a new name and fame in the country. Narendra Bhai Modi called every one, irrespective of caste, religion and background, all were invited. This Sadbhavna Upvas also helped Modi to know members of his party and to know their stand for him if he is chosen as the candidate for PM from BJP. From then on, Narendra Modi never has seen back and with his growth model of Gujarat went on moving from state to state and countries to countries to become a global leader.

US Report on Narendra Modis Governance - An  US Congressional report had hailed Gujarat as the best in governance & impressive development in India. It also observes that Gujarat has streamlined economic processes, removing red tape and curtailing corruption. Jay Jay Garvi Gujarat. It may be noted that it is the same US who had stopped Narendra Modi twice visiting the USA, saying him the "Enemy of Humanity"

Now Modi became a phenomenon and Modi supporters or better call them ardent supporters or Modi Maniacs are in majority. The wave of Narendra Modi was all around the country and everyone wanted to see him as the PM of the country, whether in support or opposition. Supporters want to see him as PM because he has shown a growth model in his state and they wanted him to replicate the same in the entire nation and others wants to see him or better say test him, how he performs when it comes to the centre.

Timeline of Narendra Modi's Prime Ministerial Journey


  • 2019, October 11 - Modi visited Tamil Nadu's Mamallapuram (also known as Mahabalipuram) for a two-day (11-12th October 2019) informal summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping
  • 2019, May 23 - Wins for the second time as Member of Parliament from the city of Varanasi
  • 2019, May 30 - Sworn in for the second time as the 15th Prime Minister of India at the Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi.
  • 2016, May 1 - Launches Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana for providing free LPG connection to poor women.
  • 2016, Nov 8 - Announcement of Demonetization of Indian currency denominations of Rs 500 and 1000
  • 2015, May 9 – Modi launches Jan Suraksha Schemes.
  • 2015, May 26 – Modi launches DD Kisan.
  • 2015, June 24 - Launches Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana for providing houses for the rural and urban low and mid-income group.
  • 2014 - Narendra Modi led the BJP in the 2014 general election which gave the party a majority in the Indian lower house of parliament, the Lok Sabha, the first time for any single party since 1984. 
  • 2014, May 26 - Modi Sworn in as 14th Prime Minister of India at the Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi.
  • 2014, August 28- The Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana was formally launched by PM Narendra Modi
  • 2014, September 24 - Modi was at the ISRO headquarter in Bangalore to witness the martian orbit insertion of Mars Orbiter Mission.
  • 2014, September 24 - Modi unveils the global ‘Make in India’ initiative.
  • 2014, October 2 - PM launches Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan; initiates cleanliness drive at Valmiki Basti, New Delhi.
  • The Supreme Court of India found no evidence of direct involvement by Modi in the 2002 Gulbarg riots case and the murder of Ehsan Jafri during the 2002 Gujarat violence in September 2011".

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