Defense Minister Rajnath Singh Said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is 24 karat gold

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  • Rajnath Singh says Prime Minister Modi is 24 karat gold.
  • Modi’s political career must be taught to students.
  • Modi is a man who has faced many new challenges.

New Delhi: Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is 24 karat gold. Prime Minister Modi’s political journey should teach students in management schools. Despite being the head of government for the last 20 years, he has not been affected by any kind of corruption. He said that recognizing a true leader is based on his purpose and honesty.

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If we look at Prime Minister Modi’s political journey over the past two decades, we can see that he faces many new challenges. But the Prime Minister effectively copes with such situations and challenges. He said his approach should be taught in management schools as a subject of effective leadership and effective governance.

As Narendra Modi continues as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, it is up to him to lead the state towards comprehensive development. He worked for the betterment of all sectors of society. Rajnath Singh added that Narendra Modi had written a new chapter of secularism in Gujarat under the motto “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas”.

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Rajnath Singh praised the prime minister when addressing the final function of a national conference organized by the BJP leadership on the occasion of the last two decades of Modi’s rule.

In Uttar Pradesh, the Union Interior Minister Amit Shah said that the BJP government had shown that it was working for the poor. ‘The BJP has taken steps to regain the identity of Uttar Pradesh. The BJP has done a lot to make UP a better country. The BJP has shown that it is not a government of families. This is a government for the poorest of the poor in the state, ”he said.

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