MODI: Making of Developed India

“Making of Developed India“ will be running theme of the third anniversary celebrations of the Modi government, which will be organised at over 900 places across the country from May 26 to June 15. The acronym based on the surname of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an apparent bid by BJP to capitalise on his seemingly surging popularity that has given the party a string of electoral successes after its grand victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

Modi, BJP president Amit Shah, Union ministers, MPs, chief ministers and senior office-bearers of the party will lead the celebrations, which will witness “sabka saath, sabka vikas“ festivals in which people will be made aware of the government's welfare schemes and told how to avail the benefits.

The PM is set to launch the celebrations from Guwahati on May 26 with several events, including a public rally in a state, where the party laid the foundation stone for its expansion in north-east by forming the government.

Having reached out to the masses with his `Mann ki Baat' radio programme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will now get people's feedback on his government's programmes and policies through `Jann ki Baat'. `Jann ki Baat' will form part of the 20-day celebrations that the BJP has planned to mark the Modi government's three years in office, beginning May 26, the day he was sworn-in as Prime Minister in 2014. Through `Jann ki Baat', common people can record their feedback on the performance of the government.

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