The first year of the second term of the Modi government was completed on Saturday. On this occasion, BJP chief JP Nadda made a press conference and highlighted the merits of the government. Nadda said that India has handled itself in the Coronavirus crisis and under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we are moving towards a self-reliant India. Swadeshi and are moving forward with the mantra of self-reliance. JP Nadda said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, an attempt was made to fill the gap of the last seven decades in six years.
JP Nadda said that a Rs 20 lakh crore self-sufficient India package was given. Through this package, efforts have been made to make every sector self-reliant and stand in the mainstream and how to give them concessions. Prime Minister Garib Kalyan Package of 1.70 lakh crore was given. Ration of 80 crore people was arranged through him. Assistance of Rs 500 in Jan Dhan accounts of 20 crore women, financial assistance to the elderly and differently-abled and MNREGA wages were increased.
Nadda said, ‘Very decisive decisions have been taken in the first year of Modiji’s second term. Articles 370 and 35A were repealed from Jammu and Kashmir, this was the result of the will of the Prime Minister and our Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah was the architect of this. ‘
He said that he has also provided medicines to more than 100 countries in the fight against Corona. The country heard and supported Prime Minister Modi’s call each one in this fight. I thank the people of the country for this.
The BJP chief said, ‘Prime Minister Modiji took the decision and because of this decision, CAA came into force today and he got a chance to join the mainstream. At the same time, the citizenship amendment bill was being hung for years. Refugees suffering from religious persecution from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan should have got citizenship but could not.
‘Ram temple issue resolved, CAA major achievements for the second term’
At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended the first year in his government’s second term by abolishing most of the provisions of Article 370, resolving the Ram temple issue, bringing three divorces at once into the category of crime and amending the Citizenship Act (CAA). Counted as major achievements and said that such decisions have given new momentum, new goals to the development journey of India and fulfilled the expectations of the people.