According to social media and his posts, Our Prime Minister Modi has been one among the most influential leaders. His posts are available to millions of people on their twitter window. He is an inspiration to many.
As a motivation let’s look into some of his tweets and take lessons from our Prime Minister. Before it’s too late.
1) Modi says we must voice out and criticise the government. This will help in the betterment of the nation and make a stronger democracy.
I want this Government to be criticised. Criticism makes democracy strong: PM @narendramodi
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) April 18, 2018
2) Farmers have equal rights like the other citizens. We must remind the government to lend money to the farmers and provide crop insurance.
3) Everyone has a right to speech. When someone is stopping you or eliminating you. You have the right to protest and speak out loud.
As a common man, I join the protest against crackdown on freedom of speech! Have changed my DP. 'Sabko Sanmati De Bhagwan.' #GOIBlocks
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 24, 2012
4) There is zero development after the 2014 election. All the promises made by congress leaders need to be justified by their political leaders.
Campaign for 2014 Elections is reaching its final stages but no Congress leader has talked about development issues. Very sad.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 6, 2014
5) Nation is way bigger and better than any political leader. A strong government is needed and we can’t let the nation suffer.
India needs a strong Government. Modi does not matter. I can go back & open a tea stall. But, the nation can't suffer anymore.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 29, 2014
6) Questioning the government if they are strong and asking for documentation and proof to witness a strong government.
I wish to ask the Prime Minister, are you not weak? If indeed you are a strong government, the country needs proof of that.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 4, 2009
7) We need more employment in the country and less runners behind politicians. Economists need to focus on unemployed youth in the nation and provide job opportunities.
Economy is in trouble, youth want jobs. Devote more time to economics not petty politics. Chidambaram ji, please focus on the job at hand!
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 30, 2013
8) Rapid increase in the fuel prices will lead to poverty and loss of family. This is a true example of government failure.
Massive hike in #petrol prices is a prime example of the failure of Congress-led UPA. This will put a burden of hundreds of crores on Guj.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 23, 2012
So let’s start practicing what we’ve learned, okay?