Later, Modi tweeted after taking oath as a member of the Lok Sabha that he looked forward to healthy deliberations with fellow members.
'Metro Man' Sreedharan requests PM Modi not to agree to Delhi government's free travel scheme for women
He said the proposal would spread to other metros making them dependent on the state government for subsidies. ‘Let Delhi government pay women for tickets,’ he added.
Government data showed on Friday that the country recorded a GDP growth of 6.8 per cent in 2018-19, the lowest in five years. In FY 2017-18, the GDP growth rate was 7.2 per cent.
Celebrations galore across Karnataka with BJP supporters offering from free breakfast to hair cuts and rides
In a Facebook post on May 27, Abdullakutty had compared the Prime Minister to Mahatma Gandhi and attributed Modi’s victory to his implementation of Gandhian ideals.
DMK MPs were not part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony as the BJP did not invite MK Stalin, president of the DMK, for the ceremony.
Earlier in the day, Modi also paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee here ahead of his swearing-in ceremony today evening.
Golay was a member of Chamling’s Cabinet until he was expelled for alleged anti-party activities.
'We recently wrote to PM Modi to bring a strong law to prevent fire tragedies. We had even demanded that the BJP include it in its election manifesto,' he said.
Diplomatic sources said the prime minister is expected to travel to Male in the first half of June, while the Maldivian media reported that the visit will take place between June 7-8.
In 2014, Modi won from Varanasi by a margin of 3.37 lakh votes. Varanasi has been celebrating the Prime Minister's victory since the morning with songs, dance and sweets.
'Respected dear @narendramodi ji hearty congratulations. You made it!!! God bless', the 69-year-old actor tweeted.
The BJP's well-oiled social media machinery swung into action several months in advance and soon garnered top ratings across print, TV and social media networks.
'Nothing in the democracy is as pure, sacred and powerful as the public mandate. We respect the public mandate given to the BJP,' said AAP spokesperson.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Deepak Gupta, however, gave Congress MP Sushmita Dev the liberty to file a fresh plea.