First anniversary of PM Modi’s second term, JP Nadda said Modi bridged gap of 60 years in 6 years
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First anniversary of PM Modi’s second term, JP Nadda said Modi bridged gap of 60 years in 6 years

PM wrote letter to the citizens on Saturday. In the letter, he told people about the development made by his govt in past year, i.e., from Article 370 to corona virus management. Every big and small achievements were cited in the letter. Recently in a press conference, BJP President JP Nadda marked the first anniversary of second term of the government and said that since PM Modi assumed power, his policies bridged the gap of 60 years in 6 years. JP Nadda remarked that how first year of second term of the government is full of accomplishments. He added that there were unimaginable challenges but they were boldly handled by PM.

An example of one such achievement was also cited by him which was Revocation of special status of Jammu and Kashmir, i.e., Article 370 which helped in accomplishing the task of one nation, one flag. Home Minister Amit Shah also congratulated PM Modi and similar sentiments could be seen as he was also direct attacking Congress rule. The government said, “Nadda, has been responsive, receptive and has the capacity to take decisions.

The BJP chief credited PM Modi of bringing about a cultural change in the political arena”. Nadda said, “What is right is right and will be implemented...The ‘chalta hai (whatever goes)’ attitude will not be tolerated.” He also told that there will be 2000 rallies and 250 press conferences, all virtual, in order to make people aware about the achievements of the government. 

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