Modi govt established new benchmarks for development, redefined governance: Amit Shah
BJP President Amit Shah on Thursday said Modi government has established 'new benchmarks for development and progress.'
New Delhi: On the second anniversary of the Narendra Modi government, BJP President Amit Shah on Thursday said it has established "new benchmarks for development and progress" and "redefined the idea of governance and delivery."
"PM Narendra Moldi's vision for #TransformingIndia and the exceptional work of the government has redefined the idea of governance and delivery. Our ministers have left no stone unturned in providing people friendly and corruption free Government, that will take India to newer heights," he said in his tweets.
"The government has established new benchmarks for development and progress and executed its ideology of 'sabka saath sabka vikas'," he said.
The government as well as the party has have gone into overdrive to publicise the "achievements" of the Modi dispensation.
Top government ministers led by Shah had yesterday highlighted them, saying they included empowerment of the poor, infrastructure growth and youth-led development.
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