The writer is spokesperson, BJP
After the shortlived disruption, demonetisation is proving its critics wrong
In three years under Amit Shah, party has not played second fiddle to government
PM Modi’s July 1 speech, at the special Parliament session to bring in GST, was also about a nation and its tryst with destiny
Three years ago, Prime Minister Modi was elected to bring change. He has stepped up to his mandate.
Uttarakhand election had an overarching theme that straddled divides
PM Modi’s charisma, Amit Shah’s organisational flair, local party structure, overarching vision, aspirational voters
Opposition must realise that the poor have supported demonetisation. They must stop spreading rumours to discredit the move.
The Modi government is meeting its development targets before time.
We have a prime minister who is strong, decisive and always available to the masses
Modi’s speech reflected the glory of Sufism, its impact on India, how Islam is fundamentally a religion of peace, the inclusive as well as plural nature of India and, most importantly, the need to delink terror and religion.
The picture in JNU was different. A group of political leaders, surrounded by a handful of students, was charting its own “Break in India” movement.
Mudra is a redesign of policy in order to re-target the audience, restructure processes and, most importantly, rejuvenate the mission of lending to the small, poor budding entrepreneur.