Mumbai: As the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government completed eight years in power this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that the Center is dedicated to the welfare of the poor, balanced development, social justice and security.
PM said, “The NDA government will complete eight years in power this month. These years are dedicated to serving the country, ensuring social justice and security and working for women empowerment as well as the welfare of the poor and the middle class along with ensuring social justice and security and women empowerment.”
He further said that these eight years have been fulfilling the aspirations of small farmers and the middle class of the country. PM Modi also said that the government is working to enhance the dignity of the women of the country.
The Prime Minister also emphasized that there was a lack of confidence in the government before 2014. But in the last eight years, the NDA government restored the confidence of the people by ensuring a robust delivery mechanism of various schemes.
PM Modi said, “Today the poor are also getting the benefits of various schemes. The poor of the country today say with great confidence that one day they will definitely get the benefit of such schemes.”
The Prime Minister also lauded the BJP workers for the party’s victory in the general elections and state elections.
“During Jan Sangh’s time, we were on the margins of the national politics and people hardly knew us. Despite that, our workers worked hard in their pursuit of nation-building,” said PM Modi.
The NDA government at the Centre will be completing eight years in office on May 30.