Sunday, January 19, 2014

Comments and Coverage of Modi's BJP National Council Address by National Press

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First Post
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Advani praises Modi but cautions the cadres against over confidence

Deccan Chronicle
The BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate, while attacking the UPA's policies, unveiled his vision for the country, promising to develop 100 smart cities and set up IITs, IIMs and AIIMS in every state while projecting India as a brand worldwide.

Sakal Times

The BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate  responded to the Congress' "chai wala" jibe at him, saying all the tea vendors were today proud that one among them was contesting for the top post.

India Today
"Satyamev jayate. Narendrabhai has been given a clean chit (by the court). I praise you (Modi) for not getting bogged down by criticism. You got justice after 12 years," Sushma Swaraj

Business Standard
During his speech, Modi described himself in varying ways. He referred to himself as a ‘chaiwalla’, who was also from a ‘backward caste’. He said he belonged to a poor family, and talked of his mother who would wash dishes in neighbourhood. And argued why a ‘sevak’ like him should not be chosen over ‘rulers’ who had governed India for the past 60 years. “You have chosen rulers for the last 60 years. Give 60 months to this sevak,”

BJP’s governance model will be built around talent, tradition, tourism, trade and technology, says its PM

Hindustan Times
Addressing the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP’s) national executive meet here, Modi also blamed the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government at the Centre for the “dismal” phase — marked by “price rise and corruption” — the country was going through.

Zee News
Talking about the suffering farmers of the country, Modi said that our agriculture should be preserved and we should have the intent to to save it. “They believe money doesn't go on trees. We believe it grows in farms and is the result of labour,” Modi said

Times of India
He said, "The country does not need Bills but political will... We have heard enough of Acts what we need now is action. We do not need doles, we need delivery."

The Gujarat Chief Minister, who is often attacked by Congress, said, "Woh naamdar hain aur mai kaamdar hun (they are big names and I am a worker)."

Indian Express
As Advani, Sushma rally behind him, Modi hits out at Congress, AAP

1 comment:

  1. Power packed speech and amazing compilation! Good work Narayana Rao ji :)