Modi won India credibility: Shah
BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday said that India\'s \"credibility crisis\" has ended under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the country has started earning respect in the world.
BJP chief Amit Shah felicitates PM Narendra Modi
Ahmedabad: BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday said that India's "credibility crisis" has ended under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the country has started earning respect in the world.
Speaking at the felicitation function of the Prime Minister at Adalaj here, Shah also expressed hope that India would emerge as the 'vishwa guru' (world leader) under Modi's leadership. Though he started his speech saying that he was not here to discuss the report card of first 100 days of the Modi government, the BJP president went on to list the work done by it.
"I am not here to discuss the report card of the first 100 days of the BJP-led government's rule...I am not here to say that in this 100 days, inflation has come down to a five-year-low...I am also not here to say that Jan Dhan Yojana will help millions of poors...I am not here to tell you that India is seen with respect across the world due to our foreign policy," Shah said.
"What I want to discuss is, people's faith in their leader has strengthened. India's credibility crisis has gone," Shah said. He also said that the Modi government has prepared a detailed roadmap for the future. "Indian government has made a roadmap of many crucial projects, such as cleaning of Ganga, increasing GDP, strengthening internal security, interlinking of rivers, etc." he said.