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3 years of Modi Govt: Have met people’s aspirations, says Amit Shah

Shah During A Press Conference On Three Years Of Modi Govt Said The Politics Of The Country Has Changed And Last Years’ Surgical Strike In Pakistan Was An Outcome Of Modi’s Strong ‘’political Will.’’

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Shashikant Sharma | Updated on: 27 May 2017, 11:13:59 PM
BJP President Amit Shah (File Photo)

New Delhi:

As the Modi government completes three years in power on Friday, BJP president Amit Shah going gaga over the achievements of the Centre said what previous governments could not achieve in the 70 years of independence, PM Modi has attained in these 3 years.

Shah during a press conference on three years of Modi Govt said the politics of the country has changed and last years’ surgical strike in Pakistan was an outcome of Modi’s strong ‘’political will.’’

Excerpts from Amit Shah's press conference: 

# In the last three years, the confidence of the people has increased.

# That's why our motto for the celebrations this time is: Saath hai, vishwas hai, ho raha vikaas hai.

# PM Modi had said at the outset that this government would be for the poor and downtrodden... the farmers and the Dalits. This government has worked relentlessly to ensure that this has been achieved.

# After years of corruption under previous governments, we finally have a government that not even the opposition can accuse of corruption.

# Our Govt. has distributed gas connection to more than 2 crore people.

# To increase the tourism, we have given e-Visa to 161 countries.

# Demonetisation was a great and courageous move of our govt.

# Our government has successfully implemented One Rank One Pension.

# Good and Services Tax (GST) bill was passed. 

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First Published : 26 May 2017, 03:50:00 PM