New Delhi: On the closing of the India today conclave, there was a session set for the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. There was a lot of conversations carried out between media and Narendra Modi. There was a huge gathering to listen him. One of the obvious question whose answer is wanted to know by all the Indian people was asked. This simple question was that does Narender Modi wanted to become the Prime Minister?
But Narender Modi does not answer this question straight forward whether he himself want to be the Prime Minister or not. Rather he gave an uncertain answer, “I have never dreamt of becoming someone in life. I have always tried to do something. Mostly people dream of becoming someone and die. I have never followed this.”
“Till I had become Chief Minister, I had never dreamt of becoming so. I have never even met an astrologer to tell me that I will become a Chief Minister,” Modi said in answer to a question on whether he wanted to become Prime Minister and instead said one should not dream to “be” but to “do”.
“I feel if Gujarat model is good, it can be implemented in the country. I don’t need to come there,” he said at the India Today Conclave.
He said that instead of blaming fate, all people should learn from examples and achieve success and it was necessary for him to come to Delhi as Gujarat’s model of success can be replicated at the Centre. When asked who in the BJP was stopping him from coming to Delhi, Modi reply was little funny, “I am sitting in Delhi. If someone had stopped me, how could I be sitting here?”
The three-time Gujarat Chief Minister, who is projected as BJP’s Prime Ministerial face ahead of the next general elections, said people should be happy to note that the party runs in a democratic way where decisions are taken democratically by its Parliamentary Board and “not on the basis of one family”, a veiled reference to the Nehru-Gandhi family.
As part of his plans for India’s resurgence, Modi said removal of corruption and good governance were his mantras that could turn the nation around and said technology can help eradicate corruption. He also said stability of tenure is the success to good governance.
Modi, in his over half-an-hour speech, hit out at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his alleged inaction and for remaining silent and launched a veiled attack on Congress Vice President Rahul The nation does not need Acts, it need action,” he said.
Narendra Modi give emphasize on the things that are claimed to be done but has never done yet. He exclaimed that country needs development not just promises or written documents. Modi relates it with a simple story that hunters were rolling in the jungle for hunting. When they relaxed they put their guns in their jeep. They move ahead from jeep and after a short distance, suddenly the lion came. Then the hunters showed their gun license to show that they have guns rather than doing any action.
By this story he surpassed the fact that India does not need Acts, India needs Actions. This consideration should be taken into our life only then India can develop in a great way.
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