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We dream to see Team India: Modi says at Ek Nayi Subah event

We dream to see Team India: Modi says at Ek Nayi Subah event

India Blooms News Service | | 28 May 2016, 11:29 pm
New Delhi, May 28 (IBNS) Joining the celebration to mark the second anniversary of the BJP-led Central government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he dreams to see 'Team India' as he addressed the Ek Nayi Subah event in New Delhi on Saturday.

"The people of India have placed their faith in us. We have left no stone unturned in our hardwork. We dream of Team India," Modi said.

He said the poor people of the country must taste the fruits of development.

"Yes what we know is money belongs to the poor and the poor must get the fruits of development," he said.

Modi, who led the BJP to a massive victory in the Lok Sabha polls in 2014, said: "Over the last 15 days, the work of the Government of India is being very carefully analysed and all aspects are being seen closely."

Under his leadership the BJP had come to power by snatching victory from the Congress-led UPA government.

The UPA government ruled the Centre since 2004.

Modi said the blessings of the people of India on his government has increased.

"The blessings of the people are also increasing," he said.

The Prime Minister highlighted the steps taken by the NDA government to combat corruption.

Delhi is witnessed a special programme- Ek Nayi Subah- which marked the second anniversary of the BJP-led government at the centre as ministers, politicians , celebrities and other dignitaries assembled at the venue to be a part of the celebration.