Powerful Quotes By PM Narendra Modi

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Powerful Quotes By PM Narendra Modi
  • India does not need to become anything else. India must become only India. This is a country that once upon a time was called the golden bird – Narendra Modi
  • We walk together, we move together, we think together, we resolve together, and together we take this country forward – Narendra Modi
  • Each one of us has both; good and evil virtues. Those who decide to focus on the good ones succeed in life.” – Narendra Modi
  • You can see the change you want to, be what you want to be – Narendra Modi
  • No one can question the talent of India’s youth after the success of the Mars Mission. Everything indigenous! – Narendra Modi
  • India is a youthful country. A country with such a major percentage of youth has the capability to change not only its own but the fate of the entire world. – Narendra Modi
  • In order to fulfil the aspirations of masses, we have to sharpen the tool called the government machinery: we have to make it keen, more dynamic, and it is in this direction that we are working – Narendra Modi
  • India does not need to become anything else. India must become only India. This is a country that once upon a time was called the golden bird – Narendra Modi
  • Even in this globalised world, London is still the standard for our times. The city has embraced the world’s diversity and represents the finest in human achievements – Narendra Modi
  • I have always believed in evolving a consensus before taking any major decision.
  • The Make in India campaign has taken off and is backed with skill development – Narendra Modi
  • It is going to open new vistas for employment for the youth – Narendra Modi
  • I found that the corridors of power in Delhi were littered with lobbies of various kinds – Narendra Modi
  • People’s blessings give you the power to work tirelessly. The only thing required is a commitment – Narendra Modi
  • The world has crafted a beautiful balance of collective action – common but differentiated responsibility and respective capabilities – Narendra Modi
  • The power and energy sectors are the biggest constituents of the infrastructure sector. If you ignore them, no development will happen – Narendra Modi
  • For me, my secularism is India first. I say the philosophy of my party is ‘Justice to all. Appeasement to none.’ This is our secularism’ – Narendra Modi
  • I will only say that many freedom fighters of India found their calling in the institutions of Britain. And many makers of modern India, including several of my distinguished predecessors, from Jawaharlal Nehru to Dr Manmohan Singh, passed through their doors – Narendra Modi
  • We want to free our citizens from the burden of excessive paper documents in every office. We want paperless transactions. We will set up a digital locker for every citizen to store personal documents that can be shared across departments – Narendra Modi
  • I was born in a very poor family. I used to sell tea in a railway coach as a child. My mother used to wash utensils and do lowly household work in the houses of others to earn a livelihood. I have seen poverty very closely. I have lived in poverty. As a child, my entire childhood was steeped in poverty – Narendra Modi
  • Good governance with good intentions is the hallmark of our government. Implementation with integrity is our core passion. – Narendra Modi
  • I always say the strength of democracy lies in criticism. If there is no criticism, that means there is no democracy. And if you want to grow, you must invite criticism. And I want to grow; I want to invite criticism. – Narendra Modi
  • We walk together, we move together, we think together, we resolve together, and together we take this country forward. – Narendra Modi
  • I believe you never get tired by doing work. You get tired when you don’t work. When you clean your house, you don’t get tired; it gives you satisfaction. – Narendra Modi

A national festival is an occasion to refine and rebuild the national character. – Narendra Modi

  • The pace at which people are taking to digital technology defies our stereotypes of age, education, language and income. – Narendra Modi
  • Even in this globalised world, London is still the standard for our times. The city has embraced the world’s diversity and represents the finest in human achievements. – Narendra Modi
  • I believe growth should be constant, sustained and inclusive. It’s only meaningful if these three things are there. Otherwise they’re just economic figures. – Narendra Modi
  • I have spoken about inflation, unemployment, farmers’ problems, security, etc. I keep talking about these issues. I seek answers from the Indian government. – Narendra Modi
  • So far as the government is concerned, there is only one holy book, which is the constitution of India. My government will not tolerate or accept any discrimination based on caste, creed and religion. – Narendra Modi
  • The Make in India campaign has taken off and is backed with skill development. It is going to open new vistas for employment for the youth. – Narendra Modi
  • We should not look at terrorism from the nameplates – which group they belong to, what is their geographical location, who are the victims. These individual groups or names will keep changing. – Narendra Modi
  • We live in an inter-dependent world. An isolated India is not in our interest. – Narendra Modi
  • I found that the corridors of power in Delhi were littered with lobbies of various kinds. – Narendra Modi
  • From my intimate discussions with President Obama, it is evident that India figures significantly in American geo-political, economic and strategic thinking. India is the largest democracy in the world. – Narendra Modi
  • Our vision and commitment is towards the country’s progress, its place in the world and the happiness of its people. – Narendra Modi
  • E-governance is easy governance, effective governance, and also economic governance. E-governance paves the way for good governance. – Narendra Modi
  • All religions and all communities have the same rights, and it is my responsibility to ensure their complete and total protection. My government will not tolerate or accept any discrimination based on caste, creed and religion. – Narendra Modi
  • I was born in a very poor family. I used to sell tea in a railway coach as a child. My mother used to wash utensils and do lowly household work in the houses of others to earn a livelihood. I have seen poverty very closely. I have lived in poverty. As a child, my entire childhood was steeped in poverty. – Narendra Modi
  • I believe mutual respect for one another and cooperation should be the basis for relationships with foreign nations. – Narendra Modi
  • I’m a nationalist. I’m a patriot. Nothing is wrong. I’m a born Hindu. Nothing is wrong. So, I’m a Hindu nationalist, so yes, you can say I’m a Hindu nationalist because I am a born Hindu, I’m patriotic, so nothing is wrong in it. – Narendra Modi
  • I am most familiar with the Gujarati language. – Narendra Modi
  • Unless and until you inspire the people, you will not get results. Imposition will never give you the results. Inspiration will always give you the results. – Narendra Modi
  • I believe that a government has only one religion – India first. A government has only one holy book – our Constitution. A government has only one kind of devotion – towards nation. – Narendra Modi
  • The alliance in Jammu and Kashmir is one of the most important developments on the contemporary political scene. – Narendra Modi
  • The government’s job is good governance for everybody. My government will make policies; if you fit into it, come on board, or stay where you are. My job is not to spoon-feed anyone. – Narendra Modi
  • I’m not an ambitious person, there is no ambition in my life. I have a mission in my life. And my mission is to serve my country. And when I am working for my state, it means I am working for my country, or my nation. – Narendra Modi
  • The power and energy sectors are the biggest constituents of the infrastructure sector. If you ignore them, no development will happen. – Narendra Modi
  • We should pass the U.N.’s Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism. At least it will clearly establish whom you view as a terrorist and whom you don’t. We need to delink terrorism from religion – to isolate terrorists who use this interchange of arguments between terrorism and religion. – Narendra Modi
  • India is a democracy; it is in our DNA. – Narendra Modi
  • If you were to ask me to choose between democratic values and wealth, power, prosperity and fame, I will very easily and without any doubt choose democratic values. – Narendra Modi
  • I don’t carry the burden of the past or the madness of the future. I live in the present. – Narendra Modi
  • For me, my secularism is, India first. I say, the philosophy of my party is ‘Justice to all. Appeasement to none.’ This is our secularism. – Narendra Modi
  • It is my absolute belief that Indians have unlimited talent. I have no doubt about our capabilities. – Narendra Modi
  • Information, education, skills, healthcare, livelihood, financial inclusion, small and village enterprises, opportunities for women, conservation of natural resources, distributed clean energy – entirely new possibilities have emerged to change the development model. – Narendra Modi
  • I’m not in favour of dividing Hindus and Sikhs. I’m not in favour of dividing Hindus and Christians. All the citizens, all the voters, are my countrymen. – Narendra Modi
  • The diversity of India, of our civilization, is actually a thing of beauty, which is something we are extremely proud of. – Narendra Modi
  • I like to combine visits to more than one place when I go on my international tours in order to get more done. I’m from Ahmedabad where we have a saying, ‘Single-fare, double journey.’ – Narendra Modi
  • Gujarat is the fourth state in the world where we have a separate climate-change department. – Narendra Modi
  • We must ensure that technology is accessible, affordable, and adds value. – Narendra Modi
  • I am the son of a freedom fighter, and a son of a freedom fighter automatically imbibes the value of democracy. – Narendra Modi
  • We should not look at terrorism from the nameplates – which group they belong to, what is their geographical location, who are the victims. These individual groups or names will keep changing. Today you are looking at the Taliban or ISIS; tomorrow you might be looking at another name. – Narendra Modi
  • If I am judged for my work, many myths about me as an autocrat or otherwise would become clearer. I feel false propaganda will not last, and truth will ultimately prevail. – Narendra Modi
  • I’m committed to the people of Gujarat. I will devote each and every moment to serve my people of Gujarat. – Narendra Modi
  • In a democracy, allegations will never improve situations. So, I’m against allegations, but I always welcome criticism. – Narendra Modi
  • I draw pleasure in governance, in doing new things and bringing people together. That pleasure is all I need from life. – Narendra Modi
  • Some people will have to be afraid. Those who plunder the nation, deliver injustice, will have to feel scared of me. And I am not afraid of admitting this. Government cannot be so lenient that it forgives them. – Narendra Modi
  • International summits and organisations like WTO take decisions, which will bind us, and if we are not present in such summits, we may be hurt by the decisions taken. – Narendra Modi
  • Nobody is above the law. Imagine if there allegations against Modi and he is the Prime Minister. Should the case not be pursued just because he has become the PM. It should not be so that it should be stopped. I am not above the law. – Narendra Modi
  • My mother is not educated but keeps in touch with world events through news on TV. – Narendra Modi

I have always believed in evolving a consensus before taking any major decision. – Narendra Modi

  • Even after Independence, we have had to face the poison of casteism and communalism. How long these evils will continue? Whom does it benefit? – Narendra Modi
  • We will explore the mysteries of science and harness the power of technology and innovation. We will realise the opportunities of the digital world. Our youth will learn more from – and with – each other. – Narendra Modi
  • Canada is rich in hydrocarbons and other natural resources… India’s requirements and Canada’s surplus are a perfect match. – Narendra Modi
  • If you call yourself a leader, then you have to be decisive. If you’re decisive, then you have the chance to be a leader. These are two sides to the same coin. – Narendra Modi
  • I am confident my Hindutva face will be an asset when dealing with foreign affairs with other nations. – Narendra Modi
  • Our constitution is a ray of hope: H for harmony, O for Opportunity, P for people’s participation and E for equality. – Narendra Modi
  • My government is working for the common man. Our priority is the poor of the country. We want good governance through a dynamic and seamless government. – Narendra Modi
  • Federalism is no longer the fault line of Centre-State relations but the definition of a new partnership of Team India. Citizens now have the ease of trust, not the burden of proof and process. Businesses find an environment that is open and easy to work in. – Narendra Modi
  • Social media is reducing social barriers. It connects people on the strength of human values, not identities. – Narendra Modi

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