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Parliament: PM Modi takes oath as Lok Sabha MP
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Parliament: PM Modi takes oath as Lok Sabha MP

| @indiablooms | 24 Jun 2024, 11:22 am

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday took oath as the Lok Sabha MP on the first day of Parliament's monsoon session.

Modi, who became the second Prime Minister of India to return to power for the third consecutive term, is elected from Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi constituency.

Speaking to the media before entering Parliament, Modi said, "If the citizens of our country have trusted a government for the third consecutive time, it means they have given a stamp of approval to the policies and intent of the government.

"I am grateful to each of you for your support and trust. Majority is essential to run a government, but consensus is important to run a country."

The Prime Minister, who went to polls batting for Viksit Bharat or a Developed India, has reiterated the government's aim for 2047.

He said, "Sessions of parliament are an opportunity for us to realise the dreams of Indian citizens. It's an opportunity for us to build Shreshtha Bharat and achieve our goal of Viksit Bharat by 2047. 

"Elections to the world's largest democracy have recently concluded. It is a matter of immense pride how we have celebrated our democratic values, with the participation of 65 crore voters."

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