JAIPUR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged BJP members to work hard to meet the aspirations of India's 130 million people on Friday. He was speaking at the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) national office-bearers meeting at Jaipur, which Modi attended online.
"Even the rest of the world has high hopes for India," he said. "This goal of the country's citizens increases our responsibilities. The country is setting a goal for the next 25 years; the BJP should define a goal for the future years as well. The citizens of the country have high expectations, which must be met. The country's issues must be overcome with the help of the people." Modi said, "Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay's integrated humanism is our ideology. Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and everyone's work are our mantras."
Modi remarked that the previous government had no accountability left and that the people did not expect anything from their government (in Rajasthan). "The BJP has led the country out of despair since 2014. Citizens of the country want to know what's going on and see the results. Apart from the political gains and losses, I see this as a big beneficial improvement.
It is vital for the government to act as the public's expectations rise." said the Prime Minster. "Public awareness exerts both pressure and inspiration. When expectations rise, so does the desire to achieve outcomes via hard work. This spirit will propel the country forward," he said.