P.M. Modi

Shri. Narendra Damodardas Modi is the 15th P.M. of India – 26th May 2014

All cherished dreams comes true, when the millions eyes of Indians witnessed Shri. Narendra Modi taking oath as P.M. ModiIndia’s 15th Primeminister, after leading BJP to a majority after a gap of 30 yeras. The NDA which declared Shri. Narendra Modi as their PM candidate also secured a comfortable position of majority in lower house of parliament. This was a culmination of dreams for millions to see Shri. Narendra Modi as P.M. Modi.

Declared PM nominee from BJP for 2014 Lok sabha Polls – 13th September 2013

Shri Narendra Modi was declared BJP‘s PM candidate for the 2014 Lok Sabha Election. This decision was approved by the Parliamentary board keeping in the view of workers wishes and millions of Indians dream.

 Made In-charge of Campaign for 2014 Lok sabha Polls – 9th June 2013

Shri Narendra Modi was appointed as the Chairman of the 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign Committee of the BJP. The announcement was made by BJP National President Shri Rajnath Singh during the Party National Executive Meeting of the Party at Goa.

 First BJP Chief Minister to be elected 3 times in a row – 2012

After leading the party to victory in 2002 and 2007 (117 seats) elections, Shri Modi led the BJP to another victory at the hustings during the 2012 Gujarat Assembly Elections. The BJP emerged victorious in 115 seats and Shri Modi was sworn-in as the CM of Gujarat for the 4th consecutive time on 26th December 2012.

 Re-elected as chief Minister of Gujarat – 2007

Modi won the election and continued his post as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he won with majority of votes of 122 seats out of 182 total assembly seats.

 First Gujarat State Election Win – 2002

Little wonder that these skills coupled with his administrative acumen, clear vision and integrity of character translated into a landslide victory in the December 2002 general elections and the Modi government was voted back to power with a massive majority of 127 seats in a house of 182.

 Narendra Modi as Chief Minister of Gujarat – 2001

In 2001, Narendra Modi was chosen by the party to be the Chief Minister of Gujarat to succeed Keshubhai Patel. This move from BJP was to supress the rebelion of Mr. Shankar Singh Waghela, a popular mass leader. Before that Modi works as a strategist in BJP at Gujarat.

 Narendra Modi joins BJP mainstream of politics – 1987

Shri Narendra Modi took the plunge into mainstream politics in 1987 and became the General Secretary of the Gujarat BJP in one year. Between 1988 and 1995, Shri Narendra Modi was recognized as a master strategist who had successfully gained the necessary groundwork for making the Gujarat BJP the ruling party of the state. During this period, Shri Modi was entrusted with the responsibility of organizing two crucial national events, the Somnath to Ayodhya Rath Yatra (a very long march) of Shri L.K. Advani and a similar march from Kanyakumari (the southernmost part of India) to Kashmir in the North. The ascent of the BJP to power at New Delhi in 1998 has been attributed to these two highly successful events, substantially handled by Shri Modi.

In 1995, he was appointed the National Secretary of the party and given the charge of five major states in India – a rare distinction for a young leader. In 1998, he was promoted as the General Secretary (Organization), a post he held until October 2001, when he was chosen to be the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
During his stint at the national level, Shri Narendra Modi was given the responsibility to oversee the affairs of several state level units, including the sensitive and crucial state of Jammu and Kashmir and the equally sensitive north-eastern states. He was responsible for revamping the party organization in several states. While working at the national level, Shri Narendra Modi emerged as an important spokesman for the party and played a key role on several important occasions.

 Narendra Modi – a Swayamsevak – 1967-87

In 1967, he served the flood affected people of Gujarat. Endowed with excellent organizational capability and a rich insight into human psychology, he served in Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and played a prominent role in various socio-political movements in Gujarat.

While serving in the RSS, Shri Narendra Modi played several important roles on various occasions including the 1974 Navnirman anti-corruption agitation and the harrowing 19-month (June 1975 to January 1977) long Emergency when the fundamental rights of Indian citizens were strangled. Modi kept the spirit of democracy alive by going underground for the entire period and fighting a spirited battle against the fascist ways of the then central government.

 The star, P.M. Modi, arrived in this world

Born in 17 September, 1950 at Vadnagar, a small town in Mehsana district of North Gujarat