Narendra Modi has excellent oratorical skills with an amazing ability to connect with the people he addresses.His speeches are inspiring, powerful and optimistic.
Here are top 30 Powerful Quotes from his speeches delivered after he became the PM of India:
1.Development should be a mass movement. We need to integrate the people and make it a mass movement. Vikas ko jan andolan mein parivartit karna padega
2.It is acchey din (good times) for most, but for some involved in loot and corruption, it is burey din (bad days). I never guaranteed acchey din for those who looted this country.
3.This country has not been made by politicians, kings or governments. It has been made by farmers, labourers, our mothers and sisters and youth.”
4..I can promise you. If you work for 12 hours , I will work for 13. If you work for 14 hours , I will work for 15 hours. Why? Because I am not a Pradhan Mantri , but a Pradhan Sevak
5. I want to ask parents, When daughters turn 11 OR 14, they keep a tab on their movements. Have these parents ever asked thier songs where they have been doing, who they have been meeting? rapists are somebody’s sons as well! Parents must take the responsibility to ensure that their sons don’t go the wrong direction.
6.A government is one that thinks and hears the voice of the poor . A government must live for the poor.
7. If 125 crore people work together; India will move forward 125 crore steps
8. With the gun you can make the earth red but if you have a plough you can make the earth green.
9. The world used to think we are a land of snake charmers and black magic. But our youth has surprised the world with its IT skills. I dream of a digital India.
10. The world has changed. India cannot sit isolated in one corner and determine its future.
11. We fought for freedom together. We had no government, no weapons to help us. We defeated such a big empire without any government, without any arms.
12. The strength of the saviour is much more than the strength of the person who kills.
13. You would think that from Red Fort he is talking about cleanliness and toilets but I am speaking from the heart. I am a poor man and I know what poor people need.
14. The world has changed. We can’t think about our development journey isolated from the world
15. Let’s take path of Sadbhavana.
16. Can we not wage a war and emerge victorious against poverty. Let us defeat poverty
17. We have seen instances of communal violence for too long. Till when will this go on? Be it caste or communal violence, they stall the growth of the nation.
18. The world used to think we are a land of snake charmers and black magic. But our youth has surprised the world with its IT skills.
19. These days give us inspiration and they showcase the national character. These days can inspire us to take India to newer heights.
20. We should walk together, work together and progress together. We should move ahead with this mantra.
21. The nation should move towards one target, one direction, one intention and one decision.
22. I come from a poor family and I want the poor to get dignity. We want to start a movement for a clean India. If we have to build a nation, let us start from the villages.
23. Can someone tell me, whatever we are doing, have we asked ourselves if our work has helped the poor or come to benefit the nation in any way? We should come out of the ‘Why should I care’ or ‘how will I benefit’ attitude and dedicate ourselves to the nation’s progress.
24. From ramparts of the Red Fort, I would like to call people of the world to ‘come, make in India’. I want to tell the global companies that we have skill, talent and discipline. From electronics to electricals, from chemicals to pharmaceuticals, come, make in India.
25.Paper to plastic, automobiles to agricultural products, come, make in India, from satellite to submarine, come, make in India. We have the capabilities. Come here and manufacture in India. Sell the products anywhere in the world but manufacture here… we have the power, come I am inviting you.
26. India’s sex ratio is 1000 boys for 940 girls. Who creates this disparity? It isn’t God. Don’t fill your coffers by sacrificing the mother’s womb. People feel that sons will take care of them when they are old. But I have seen aged parents in old-age homes. I have seen families where one daughter serves parents more than five sons.
27. A government is one that thinks and hears the voice of the poor. A government must live for the poor.
28. We must build an agenda for speedy yet sustainable economic growth that is inclusive of all, is respectful of individuals, responsive to innovation and responsible towards the future generations.
29. I want to ask every mother and father, you ask your daughters ‘where are you going, who are you going with’. Why don’t you ask that to your son? Why not put the same yardsticks for them too?
30.Can someone tell me, whatever we are doing, have we asked ourselves if our work has helped the poor or come to benefit the nation in any way? We should come out of the ‘Why should I care’ attitude and dedicate ourselves to the nation’s progress.