Let each one of us not waste electricity at home. By doing this, we will also light a lamp in the home of a poor.
Technology empowers the less empowered. If there is a strong force that bring a change in the lives of those on the margins it is technology. It serves as a leveler and a springboard.
People say I am lucky. I am lucky indeed because what can be better luck than to have the blessings of 125 crore Indians...
It is a matter of immense pride that never in history has there been a complaint against the Indian community from any society in the World. These values aren't small!
We don't only want to make robots in universities; we want to create good humans. We can't shape a world only with the help of robots made out of technical know-how. We can't be useful to humankind if there are no sentiments in life.
There are 18,500 villages in the country where electricity is yet to reach. We want to ensure these villages are electrified within the next 1000 days.
If you read the biography of any great man, you will always notice two things: His mother's contribution in his progress and his teacher's contribution in his growth and development.
Cleanliness drive is something that has touched every Indian.
If 125 crore people work together; India will move forward 125 crore steps.
We want to change the identity of Delhi from Generator Capital to Power Generation Capital.
Respecting religions is not simply a question of universal tolerance; it is a question of believing that all religions are true.
21st century is the century of knowledge and the world has always looked at India whenever knowledge finds prominence. Emergence of knowledge society is no more a slogan but has become a reality. Knowledge will be the fountainhead of all the activities that happen in human development.
If your education is not enough, experience will teach you lessons.
Good governance is not fire-fighting or crisis-management. Instead of opting for ad-hoc solutions the need of the hour is to tackle the root cause of the problems.
India has seen a dream of Digital India. From latest science to latest technology, everything should be available at the tip of one's finger.
Let us come together and think of ways India does not have to import but we export to the world.
Convergence of technology and the judicial system is the need-of-the-hour. We need to go digital and adopt online analysis of legal cases. Dissemination of legal knowledge to the common man will also a go a long way in improving the law and order situation in the country.
We seek your blessings and we seek your support. On one side there is the Shahzada and on the other side there is a tea seller. There is Namdaar and there is a Kamdaar. But we assure that after assuming responsibility we will not rest for a minute. All the time will be for the people.
One of the peculiarities of Delhi is that the term 'reform' is associated only with passing of laws in Parliament. In fact, the most important reforms are those needed, without new laws, at various level of the government, in work practices and procedures.
Every voter is a Bharat Bhagya Vidhata.
Nobody wants to remain poor. Those who are poor want to move away from poverty. That is why, all our programmes must be for the poor. All our schemes must serve the poor.
I can promise you. If you work 12 hours, I will work for 13. If you work 14 hours, I will work for 15 hours. Why? Because I am not a â€˜pradhan mantriâ€™, but a â€˜pradhan sevakâ€™.
With the gun you can make the earth red but if you have a plough you can make the earth green.
We would like a stable policy framework, and whatever incentives and tax structures are there should be made known to investors upfront. There should be credibility, clarity and continuity in both policy formulation and its implementation.
I believe mutual respect for one another and cooperation should be the basis for relationships with foreign nations.
When you think of the exponential speed and scale of expansion of social media or a service, you have to believe that it is equally possible to rapidly transform the lives of those who have long stood on the margins of hope.
I'm confident that it is with the strength of the poor that India will move forward.
A society that does not give importance to education cannot progress. Let there be any Government, it must have a vision to make India shine in the field of education.
We have not come into politics with 'Badle ki Bhavna' but we have come with 'Badlav Ki Bhavna'.
There can be no better place than India to manufacture, expand, and grow.