Life changing quotes by PM Narendra Modi

Here are some quotes said by Mr Narendra Modi which inspire not only Indians but many other people across the globe.

Everyone knows who Narendra Modi is. He is an Indian politician serving as the 14th and current Prime Minister of India since 2014 he was the chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is the member of parliament for Varanasi he is the first Prime Minister born after India’s independence in 1947. Modi is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) and its National Democratic Alliance (NDA) he is also a member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak sang (RSS).

Here are some quotes said by Mr Narendra Modi which inspire not only Indians but many other people across the globe:

“Social media is reducing social barriers. It connects people on the strength of human values, not identities.”

“I believe you never get tired by doing work. You get tired when you don’t work. When you clean your house, you don’t get tired; it gives you satisfaction.”

“I was born in a very poor family. I used to sell tea in a railway coach as a child. My mother used to wash utensils and do lowly household work in the houses of others to earn a livelihood. I have seen poverty very closely. I have lived in poverty. As a child, my entire childhood was steeped in poverty.”

“All religions and all communities have the same rights, and it is my responsibility to ensure their complete and total protection. My government will not tolerate or accept any discrimination based on caste, creed and religion.”

“We walk together, we move together, we think together, we resolve together, and together we take this country forward.”

“Federalism is no longer the fault line of Centre-State relations but the definition of a new partnership of Team India. Citizens now have the ease of trust, not the burden of proof and process. Businesses find an environment that is open and easy to work in.”

“E-governance is easy governance, effective governance, and also economic governance. E-governance paves the way for good governance.”

“I always say the strength of democracy lies in criticism. If there is no criticism, that means there is no democracy. And if you want to grow, you must invite criticism. And I want to grow; I want to invite criticism.”

“I don’t carry the burden of the past or the madness of the future. I live in the present.”

“Good governance with good intentions is the hallmark of our government. Implementation with integrity is our core passion.”