‘Even Foreign Leaders Know Aayega Toh…’: PM Modi Ends BJP Meet with ‘Confidence’ Speech | 5 Takeaways

The BJP’s two-day ‘Mission 370’ summit concluded with a bang on Sunday afternoon, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the opposition, particularly the Congress, while distinguishing between ‘rajneeti’ and ‘rashtraneeti’.

Here are the five key points from the prime minister’s hour-long speech:


In what appears to be brand-new information, Prime Minister Modi stated that not only India, but also global leaders, are confident in his victory. “I’ve had invitations from foreign nations for speeches in July, August, and September. This suggests that other countries are confidence in our return to power. “They also know who Modi is,” he continued.

In terms of foreign policy, he contrasted the pre-Modi era with his tenure. “No Prime Minister had visited the UAE in 34 years before I did in 2015.” “Now, five Arab nations have bestowed their highest honor upon me,” he added.

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During his week-long tour of the southern states, PM Modi extensively engaged with the citizens and recalled their “affection”.


However, in a sly shot at those who view it through a political lens, he stated that he received a lot of love from south India that experts cannot quantify. He also cited ‘Tamil Sangamam’, which linked Uttar Pradesh with Tamil Nadu in an unusual way.

In the run-up to January 22 (the day of Ram Lalla idol’s ‘pran pratishtha’ at the new Ayodhya temple), the PM warmly remembered visiting places like Dhanushkodi and Rameswaram, each with a ‘Ram tie’.

Modi emphasized the Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir, eliciting the loudest response from an audience of over 11,000 in a packed auditorium. “We shown courage by completing the task that had been waiting for decades. The construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya ended a five-century wait, according to the speaker.

Just before his address, the BJP issued a standalone resolution on Ram Mandir called ‘Jai Siya Ram’. The resolution further linked it to the original copy of the Constitution, which included Ram, Sita, and Laxman, and stated that ‘Ramrajya’ was “in the heart of (Mahatma) Gandhi”. During his speech, PM Modi expressed the cadre’s overwhelming “Ram-centric” passion.

Me vs. Other PMS’

While Modi has addressed several topics, including women, the poor, and other underprivileged groups, one of the most prominent overarching themes of his speech has been the sharp contrast between his government and the governments of all prime ministers before him.

“I am the first Prime Minister to raise concern about toilets from the Red Fort,” he said, referring to the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

He pointed out another distinction, saying, “No one bothered to inquire about the welfare of lakhs of Vishwakarma families.” Nobody cared to think about the folks who live on the streets and footpaths. “We created the PM Swanidhi Yojana for them.”

From health check-ups for 5 million pregnant women to the death penalty for crimes like as rape, he highlighted the distinctions between India before and after 2014.

PM Modi emphasizes the importance of an education system based on Indian values.

‘Sins of the Congress’

“The Congress’s biggest sin was not backing down from undermining the morale of our security forces.” The Congress went to great lengths to undermine India’s national security and strategic might,” Modi remarked, sharply criticizing the Congress and linking it to nationalism as well as national security.

During the 2019 Rafale campaign, the Congress attempted to prevent the Indian Air Force from receiving Rafale fighters. They questioned the surgical strike by our security troops.

Modi also discussed how the surgical strike was questioned and evidence demanded by the opposition. He not only attacked the opposition, but effectively labeled them anti-India, implying that they worked against India’s national interests.

Finally, ‘Aayega toh Modi hai’ appeared to be the central focus of his speech. He may not have started with it, but he concluded with it, which all BJP workers, from ministers to municipal officials, must bring home. The fact that he is returning to the seat of power is a given. This was Modi’s parting message, with a subtle hint to not become complacent.


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