Prime Minister Narendra Modi added one more feather to his cap on Wednesday after he entered 20th consecutive year as the democratically elected head of a government, without a break, on Wednesday.
The journey of the Prime Minister in public office began on October 7, 2001, as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. This was followed by three terms as the Gujarat CM in 2002, 2007 and 2012, respectively.
Party president J P Nadda on Twitter said, “October 7, 2001, when Modi was sworn in as Gujarat chief minister for the first time, is a “milestone” in India’s political history. Modi has since been notching up bigger victories and his popularity has only gone up.”
As PM Modi enters the 20th consecutive year in public office, the mantra of ‘development for all’ continues to steer India ahead towards the goal of making an “Atmanirbhar Bharat”.