Top 10 quotes from Modi's Deendayal Dham rally

May 25, 2015 06:23 pm | Updated November 16, 2021 05:03 pm IST

BJP supporters at Prime Minister Modi's rally at Mathura on Monday. Photo: Sandeep Saxena

BJP supporters at Prime Minister Modi's rally at Mathura on Monday. Photo: Sandeep Saxena

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held a rally at Nagla Chandrabhan village in Mathura to commemmorate one year in government. This gathering was one in the series of 200 rallies planned by the Bharatiya Janata Party across the country.

1 If I talk of work done in 365 days, it will take me 365 hours to do so. I had said I will not take a vacation, I took decisions.
2 There is a jungle of laws in India, this needs a change. 1300 laws will be scrapped in near future.
3 Don't want to politicise farmer suicides, want to find solutions to why our farmers are troubled after 60 years of independence.
4 I am not the Pradhan Mantri (Prime Minister) of this country. I am the Pradhan Santri (Chief Sentry).
5 Would there have been change if the govt. had not changed? When UPA was in power, weren't there burey din for the country.
6 In the last year, has there been any scam reported, any story about sons of politicians reported?
7 Ganga, Yamuna are like my mother, will clean these rivers and need people's help in that.
8 If elections had not happened in 2014, but now, how much would have the country sunk further in this one year.
9 I suggested to the party that we should give people the report of our 365 days in office in Deen Dayal Dham.
10 People can learn from Deendayal Dham how to develop villages, empower women, education of children.

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