Narendra Modi's Journey from Gujarat to PM's Chair:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi completed twenty years in politics by today and he is showered with wishes from all the corners of the country. Narendra Modi took oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat in the year 2001 on this day. He entered into the public office 20 years ago on this day and worked without breaks. He was asked to take the Chief Minister's chair in Gujarat when BJP was facing discontent. Soon he raced to the chair of Prime Minister and this is his second stint as PM. Narendra Modi worked with the utmost efficiency and swept the polls last year.
Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for Ayodhya temple on August 5th. The repel of Article 370 happens to be one of the biggest achievements of Narendra Modi and BJP. He also introduced 'Aatma Nirbhar Bharat' to provide foodgrains for free to millions of underprivileged people after the country was badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Narendra Modi wanted the election manifesto should be adopted as a vision document for promises and governance. Narendra Modi also introduced three farm bills in the Parliament house recently.
Narendra Modi took oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat on October 7th 2001 after the state was left devastated by the Bhuj earthquake. He reconstructed the entire state and made Gujarat a role model for the entire nation. With Narendra Modi gaining immense popularity, he was announced as the Prime Ministerial candidate for the country for the 2014 polls. After completing five successful years, Narendra Modi brought back the victory in the 2019 polls and retained his position.