Venkaiah Naidu Hails PM Modi as God's Gift for India

Naidu said Modi was a decisive leader, nationalist politician and provides progressive governance.

Published: 20th March 2016 10:29 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th March 2016 10:29 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Union minister Venkaiah Naidu in his speech circulated to the media delivered while presenting political resolution at party’s national executive referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as God’s Gift for India.

“Modi is a god’s gift for India.  He is the messiah of the poor.  He inherited challenges in each and every sector. He is steering clear of them,’ Naidu said while coining a new acronym for Modi - ‘Modifier Of Developing India’.

Naidu said Modi was a decisive leader, nationalist politician and provides progressive governance. “Prime Minister is seen as the leader of the largest democracy on the global scale. With over 18 million Twitter followers and 32 million Facebook likes.  Prime Minister Modi has become one of the most popular leaders in the world and is working to make India a strong wealthy country.”

“Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi made it to Time magazine’s list of 100 most influential people in 2015 and now this year 30. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity has risen to the new level. His wax statue now will be unveiled in London’s Madame Tussauds museum,” Naidu said in the written speech.

When questioned about Naidu’s unabashed  praise for Modi during the National Executive, many leaders tried to evade the issue. Home Minister Rajnath Singh refused to answer any question on the subject.


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