New Delhi:Modi, whose ”crematorium and graveyard” remark at an election rally in UP was seen as intended to polarise voters along communal lines, in a statement on his website Narendramodi.In said,” India is transforming, powered by the strength of each and every citizen of India.Fresh from BJP’s landslide win in UP and Uttarakhand after a bitter and often divisive campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday talked about inclusivity and pitched for building a ‘new India’ by 2022 that would have made the nation’s founding fathers proud.
Accepting felicitations from party leaders and supporters at BJP headquarters, Modi said he saw the election results, particularly in Uttar Pradesh, as the “foundation of the new India”.”I see this victory as the foundation of a new India where 65 per cent of the population will be of young people below 35 years of age… A new India of unprecedently vigilant women. A new India where the poor do not want anything by way of charity, but seek opportunity to chart out their own course. I see this change happening,” he told the gathering which lapped up every word he said, amid repeated chants of ‘Modi! Modi! Modi!’
Earlier in the day, Modi tweeted, “India is emerging, which is being powered by the strength & skills of 125 crore Indians. This India stands for development.”
Modi, whose ‘crematorium and graveyard’ remark at an election rally in UP was seen as intended to polarise voters along communal lines, in a statement on his website Narendramodi.In said,” India is transforming, powered by the strength of each and every citizen of India.”An India that is driven by innovation, hard work and creativity; an India characterized by peace, unity and brotherhood; and an India free from corruption, terrorism, black money and dirt.”The theme of development ran through his felicitation speech too.”Beyond the emotive issues, political parties fought shy of going to elections on the issue of development. Development is a difficult subject. In these elections, there was a lack of emotive issues, but the huge voter turnout after the campaign based on development shows the transition that his happening towards creation of a new India,” he said.