From Chaiwala To PM: An Inspirational Journey Of Narendra Modi

Modi ee peru ippudu Indian Politics oka sensation. Kani 2001, Gujarat CM go geliche mundhu varaku assala ee peru evariki teliyadu. Gujarat Assembly Elections 3 consecutive times win avvadam…aa Gujarat lo CM ga untune National Politics, National Leaders ni attract chesi Prime Minister of India candidate ga select ayyi…2 consecutive times Prime Minister ga win avvadam varaku his political journey sensational and inspirational.

Here is how a chaiwala, RSS activist became a minister, Chief Minister of Gujarat for 12 years and 4th Longest PM Of India…in 10 Points.

1. Narendra Modi Modi Is The Most Successful Prime Minister Of India After Nehru, Indira Gandhi & Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

2. Modi was born on 17th September 1950 to a poor Gujarati family of grocers in Vadnagar, Mehsana of Gujarat.

3. To support his family financially Modi started selling Tea, biscuits, and snacks from his father’s tea shop at Vadnagar Railway Station. Modi had a keen interest in acting & writing during his school days.

4. He even joined as a theater artist and performed plays. Modi’s talking power and the way he interacts with the public, media is a skill that he learned from his theater days

5. Modi joined Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), and became an active RSS pracharak in Vadnagar in his teenage days.

6. Modi married Jashodaben Chimanlal Modi in 1968 and kept it a secret for he believed he could not have become a pracharak in the puritan Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

7. Modi was appointed as a regional organizer in Gujarat after RSS was banned in India. He was forced to go underground in Gujarat in disguise to avoid arrest. But he led the printing of pamphlets against the government and Operated RSS activities internally.

8. Modi played a major role in winning the Ahmedabad municipal elections of Gujarat in 1987. He succeeded in organizing L. K. Advani’s 1990 Ram Rath Yatra and Murli Manohar Joshi’s Ekta Yatra in 1992. Entered into Gujarat State Assembly elections after these 2 Yatras.

9. On 3 October 2001, Modi replaced Patel as Chief Minister of Gujarat. Modi was sworn in as Chief Minister on 7 October 2001. He went on to win 3 consecutive elections and served as CM of Gujarat for more than 12 years over 4 terms (the longest-serving CM of the state).

10. BJP made him a PM candidate in 2014. Modi became the Prime Minister Of India, winning the 2014 national elections, and also won national elections for the 2nd time in 2019 & now aims to win the 2023 elections.

Modi became the most successful prime minister of India joining Nehru, Indira Gandhi, and Atal. However, Modi also has remarks regarding Gujarat riots, currency ban, increase in inflation, and economic downfall in his political career.

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