In a series of tweets using the hashtag '6monthsofIndiafirst', the prime minister said the government 'aspires to do even more in the times to come'.
Speaking to reporters, Sahasrabuddhe, argued that the economy will be steered to higher growth by the government’s firm resolve.
The Communist Party of India (CPI) also asked how the government can talk about success at a time when the people of Jammu and Kashmir are facing an "unprecedented crisis".
Yesterday, Congress party described 100 days of Modi 2.0 in three words -- "tyranny, chaos and anarchy".
Even at Rohtak in Haryana on Sunday, the Prime Minister presented it as a decisive move and said, "Now India can challenge any challenge (thrown at it)".