Have a loon over PM Narendra Modi last speech of the 16th Lok Sabha Before 2019 election
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday delivered his last speech in the Lower House before the 16th Lok Sabha was dissolved for general elections due in April-May. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the house, remembered that in 2014 he was among the parliamentarians who were in parliament for the first time.
Narendra Modi began his speech by remembering when BJP formed the government in 2014, the country after three decades saw a government being formed with a complete majority. Before talking about other things, Modi applauded the speaker Sumitra Mahajan for conducting at least 8 sessions of the Lok Sabha.
PM Modi also pitched for a majority government, saying the country’s image had enhanced globally due to the electoral mandate enjoyed by the current dispensation. Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, who was not present in the House at that time, Modi referred to the Congress president’s remarks on Rafale, and the hug and ‘winking’ episodes, saying it was a new thing he witnessed as a first-time member of Parliament.
Taking a dig at Congress president Rahul Gandhi, the prime minister said “neither did any plane fly nor did any earthquake happen” during his speech in the House. Earlier, the Congress chief (then Congress vice president) had said that there would be an earthquake if he were allowed to speak on currency ban in Lok Sabha.
Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his effort to unite all the political parties of the country. He wished Modi will emerge victorious in the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha Elections in the country.
What PM Narendra Modi said in Lok Sabha:
– India launched the most number of satellites in the last 5 years. The country has now become a launch pad for global satellites.
– This House passed the laws to fight the menace of black money and corruption. This House also passed the GST Bill.
– After the gap of three decades, a government was formed with a full majority.
– The country’s self-confidence is at an all-time high which is a very good sign because such confidence gives a boost to development
– The country will be proud of this 16th Lok Sabha, as it saw the highest number of women members elected to the House. At least 44 first time women MPs were elected to the Lok Sabha.
– The world today is discussing the issue of global warming and India has made an effort for the formation of the International Solar Alliance to combat this problem.