Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday promised to devote “every moment” of his time and “every fibre” of his being for the people of India and said the country will now have only two castes — the poor and those who want to alleviate poverty.
In a rousing speech at the party headquarters here to celebrate the BJP’s spectacular victory, Modi told cheering supporters that the election has thrown up a mandate to build a new India.
“People are chanting Modi, Modi. But this is not a victory of Modi, it is the victory of people who are desperate for honesty in the system,” Modi said.
This is the victory of toiling farmers who struggle to feed the nation, this is the victory of those who now live in proper houses, this is the victory of the middle class which follows the rules, pays taxes, but wondered if his taxes were being used for the benefit of the country, he said.
Earlier, Modi said India has won again and together with everyone, a strong and inclusive nation will be built.
“With all+ development for all+ everybody’s confidence = victorious India,” he tweeted.
“Together we grow. Together we prosper. Together we will build a strong and inclusive India. India wins yet again,” he said.
In more tweets, he thanked the people for reposing faith in the National Democratic Alliance. “Thank you India! The faith placed in our alliance is humbling and gives us strength to work even harder to fulfil people’s aspirations,” he tweeted.