Congress Mukt Bharat BJP ka naara nahi hai, jan jan ka sankalp hai. Be it dynasty politics, nepotism, corruption, communalism, divisions in society or poverty, getting freedom from all this is what I mean by a Congress Mukt Bharat.
We must reach out to villages even in scorching heat with temperature upto 44 C. We must ensure that no girl child remains illiterate. I request all the social institutions and the media world to create a joyous environment for education in the month of June (when schools re-open), an environment to
I come from a land where the idea of the whole world being one family is rooted in our ethos 'vasudhaiva kutumbakam'.
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.
I don't look at sports as something which merely tones up the body. I look at it as a tool of education that stimulates the mind and brings in a culture of discipline.
BJP is a political party with a difference that aims at good governance. This is proved by the fact that three of the five Chief Ministers according to a recent NDTV survey/poll are from BJP-ruled states.
I doubt anyone else would have travelled as extensively as I have to meet the citizens of the country.
With the gun you can make the earth red but if you have a plough you can make the earth green.
When people have a sense of our military capability, nobody will ever dare to cast an evil eye on our nation.
Economic development cannot take a nation forward on its own. We need a society and economy which complement each other. We need to take care of the poor, deprived and left behind sections of society.
Federalism is no longer the fault line of Centre-State relations but the definition of a new partnership of Team India. Citizens now have the ease of trust, not the burden of proof and process. Businesses find an environment that is open and easy to work in.
While 1857 was about 'Swaraj ki ladai', the 2014 elections would be about 'Surajya ki ladai'.
When we say Bharat Vijay Rally, we intend to focus on making India emerge victorious over price rise, corruption, unemployment and mis-governance.
Make in India! By this, we mean we want to give low cost manufacturing, ease of business, skilled manpower. India is a land of huge possibilities & scope.
India is once again ready to play the role of 'Vishvaguru' and work towards the benefit of mankind.
We heard of White & Green Revolution but now we need a Blue Revolution & harness the potential in fisheries sector.
Rs 6500 crore disclosed under compliance window of black money & foreign assets law. People fear the law that has now been created. Stringent provisions will not be diluted despite pressures.
Our constitution is a ray of hope: H for harmony, O for Opportunity, P for people's participation and E for equality.
There is new hope among people that this dispensation can fulfill their aspirations.
After the hockey stick, Sardara Singh scores with the broom! A great effort by him towards a Swachh Bharat.
If I had chosen the populist course, it would have been a breach of the trust placed in me by the people.
I am not asking for 60 months to sit and enjoy power, but to be the Chowkidaar of the country.
In this land of the Ganga (Varanasi), there was education of culture. But, more importantly, there was a culture of education.
I dream of a Digital India where Government proactively engages with the people through Social Media.
The 'Krishi Mantralaya' will now be known as 'Krishi Kalyan Mantralaya'
We need to make India capable, prosperous.
We have not come into politics with 'Badle ki Bhavna' but we have come with 'Badlav Ki Bhavna'.
Ethics and Equity are at the core of debate of climate change. Debate has to move from Climate Change to Climate Justice.
Based on my experience, I can say that India country can be freed of corruption.
In my life mission is everything.. Even if i was a municipal chairman, I would have worked as hard as a CM