Hindustan Times: Two lines from two Independence Day speeches
“There is no place for narrow and sectarian ideologies in a modern, progressive, and secular country. Such ideologies divide our society and weaken our democracy. We should prevent them from growing” – DR. MANMOHAN SINGH, the Prime Minister of India.
“You’re ruling a big country; we’re managing a small state. I challenge the Prime Minister of India to an open debate on development and good governance. I want a contest between the Government of India and the Government of Gujarat” – NARENDRA MODI, the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
“Whatever scenario we are visualising today, Narendra Modi will again become Prime Minister. But the public is the ultimate master in democracy,” Nitish Kumar told reporters during his ‘Lok Samvad’ programme. It was his first ‘Lok Samvad’ programme. It was his first ‘Lok Samvad’ in 2019
According to the JD (U) national president, BJP-led NDA will regain the power in 2019 as the party Congress got an almost equal number of votes as Congress in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Samajwadi Party leader and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, also wished to see Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India after General Elections 2019. He, during the last session of the 16th Lok Sabha, said, “I want to congratulate the prime minister that he tried to move ahead taking everyone along. I hope all members to win and return, and you become prime minister again.”
In reply, the Prime Minister said, “There is much to do. And Mulayam Singhji has given his blessings. I am very grateful to him.”