BJP’s Narendra Modi took an oath as the 15th Prime of India to protect the integrity of India. On Monday at 06:12pm he took the oath from President Prenab Mukharjee.
The oath taking ceremony held in Raisina Hill on Rashtrapati Bhavan’s open premises (four court). Before that 1,400 to 1,500, guests came there. It is first time they organised such a big oath taking ceremony of India’s Prime Minister with big leaders of various countries. The oath taking ceremony held two times before this in the open ground of Presidents Building. Chandrasekhar in 1990 and Atal Bihari Bajpai in 1998 took oath in the open premises. On that two times, the number of invited guests was one thousand 200 and one thousand 300.
Government head of SAARC countries took part in the oath taking ceremony of Narendra Modi. However, on behalf of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Seikh Hasina, National Assembly Speaker Dr. Shirin Sharmin represented the country. Continue reading
Gujrat’s Chief Minister Narendra Modi has been elected parliamentary party BJP’s leader.
Today morning at 11am the BJP Parliamentary Party set a meeting on Central hall of parliament in New Delhi. Introducing himself as an election official at the beginning of the meeting party’s all-India’s President Rajnath Singh said, “This election should be fearless and transparent.” After that, he requested Lal Krishna Adhvani to propose the name of BJP’s parliamentary party leader. At the time, Advani said, “As the leader of the parliamentary group, I propose the name of general Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.”
Other BJP leaders supported the proposal one by one they are Murli Manohar Joshi, Venkaiah Naidu, Nitin Gadkari, Sushma Swaraj, Arjun Jetly and others. Then everyone stood and welcomed Modi as their leader. Continue reading
After tasting an enormous victory, BJP leader Narendra Modi on Saturday visited Varanasi and offered hopes at Kashi Vishwanath temple.
After going to the temple, the pm-elect visited Dashashwamedh Ghat and required part in ‘Ganga Aarti’ for around half-an-hour among chanting of ‘slokas’ and coming of conch shells.
Narendra Modi was supported by BJP leader Rajnath Singh, his close aide Amit Shah and party UP Chief Lakshmikant Bajpai.
His visiting the town is viewed as a gesture of gratitude towards people here who’ve chosen him with a huge margin well over three lakh votes. Continue reading
India’s general election reaches a climax on Monday as opposition challenger Narendra Modi seeks an individual mandate in Varanasi, the holy city around the river Ganges, to control by his modernized make of Hindu nationalism.
Modi may be the first prime ministerial candidate to face within the 3,000-year-old city where several religions mingle. Varanasi is an ancient center of Buddhism, but one in six voters are Muslim Hindus think that to die here brings salvation by getting away periodic reincarnation.
A triumph within the city body of 41 seats in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal that are voting around the last day’s India’s five-week general election – would crown an unrelenting campaign through the 63-year-old chief minister of Gujarat to guide his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to energy following a decade in opposition. Continue reading
The Congress is going after just one-point agenda “Stop Modi” however, the voting trend to date within the Lok Sabha elections signifies the UPA obtained care of out, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said here Monday.
Addressing an election rally in Kalyan’s town in Thane’s district, Modi said the Congress was not fighting to retain energy in order to win the election.
“It is just going after just one-point agenda ‘Stop Modi‘ no matter what, because they apprehend they’ll be destroyed,” the Bharatiya Janata Party leader said in a rally where he shared the dais with ally Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray. Continue reading