- 1 Family Detail of Narendra Modi
- 2 Narendra Modi’s Education and Starting Career
- 3 Narendra Modi’s Starting Political Career
- 4 First term as Chief Minister of Gujarat
- 5 Narendra Modi by Forbes magazine
- 6 Modi Ji’s interesting journey from Chief Minister to becoming Prime Minister
- 7 Prime Minister becomes second for the second time in the general elections of 2019
Biography Of Narendra :-Narendra Modi Ji is such a personality, which is famous everywhere in the country or abroad. Modi ji is working as the 15th Prime Minister of our country. In 2014 and again in the general elections of 2019, Modi ji won a historic victory with the Bharatiya Janata Party. As if Modi wave has come all over the country, most of the Indians have full faith in Modi ji that they will give them a bright future. He became the first Prime Minister of India to achieve such a victory. For the second time in a row, Modi has come to power with absolute majority. Before and after becoming Prime Minister, he did many important works for the development of India. Although Modi ji has also been found surrounded in many controversies, his policies have always been praised. What important things Modi ji has done in his life and how all his life has been till now, we are trying to convey to you through this article.
Family Detail of Narendra Modi
Modi Ji’s family belongs to the Modh-Ghanchi-Teli community, which belongs to the Other Backward Class category by the Government of India. Narendra Modi Ji is the third child of his parents. Modi’s elder brother Soma Modi is currently 75 years old, he has been an officer of the Health Department. His second elder brother Amrit Modi is a machine operator, whose age is 72 years. After this, Modi Ji has 2 younger brothers, one Prahlada Modi who is 62 years old, he runs a shop in Ahmedabad and another Pankaj Modi who is working as a clerk in the information department in Gandhinagar.
Narendra Modi’s Education and Starting Career
Narendra Modi’s early education was completed from the local school in Vadnagar, he had completed his higher secondary education there till 1967. He left his home after his family’s financial condition was not good, and then he traveled all over India and discovered diverse cultures.
For this Modi ji visited places like Rishikesh and Himalayas located in North India. He returned to India after 2 years of touring parts of the North East. In this way, after completing his schooling, Modi did not do any further studies for a few years.
Then in 1978, Modi got admission in Delhi University of India for his higher education and then in Gujarat University in Ahmedabad. There he did his bachelor’s and master’s in political science respectively.
Once a teacher of Modi ji had said that Modi ji was normal in studies, but he used to spend most of his time in library. His debate art was excellent.
Narendra Modi’s Starting Political Career
After his college studies, Modi joined the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad and went to Ahmedabad to join the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu nationalist political party, as a fulltime campaigner.
During the National Emergency imposed by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1975 – 77, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was banned. Due to which Modi ji was forced to go underground at that time and used to travel in disguise to avoid arrest.
Modi was very active against the Emergency. At that time, he used various tactics to oppose the government, including distribution of pamphlets. This revealed his managerial, organizational and leadership skills.
After this, Narendra Modi joined politics as a political activist. He was assigned the task of writing in the RSS.
In the year 1985, through the RSS, Modi ji thought about joining the Bharatiya Janata Party i.e. the BJP party. In 1987, Narendra Modi fully joined the BJP, and for the first time he helped organize the BJP’s campaign in the Ahmedabad municipal elections, in which the BJP won.
First term as Chief Minister of Gujarat
Due to allegations of corruption and poor governance, Gujarat was repeatedly battling turbulence. After Shankar Singh Vaghela left the BJP, Keshubhai Patel became the Chief Minister of Gujarat and Modi became the General Secretary of the party in Delhi. After the removal of Keshubhai Patel due to weak operations following the impact of the Bhuj earthquake in 2001, BJP national leaders searched for a new chief ministerial candidate. In October 2001, Modi was selected to fill the vacant seat of power. Modi did not have much experience of governance at that time, yet he assumed power and took over as the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the first time. Initially, the BJP was not so keen on putting him at the forefront and the party was considering giving him the post of Deputy Chief Minister, which he refused. He then told Advani and the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee that either he would be fully responsible for Gujarat or not at all. In July 2007, he became the longest serving Chief Minister in Gujarat’s political history.
In the Gujarat Assembly Elections 2012, Narendra Modi won against the Indian National Congress in the constituency of Maninagar by 86,373 votes. The BJP formed its government in Gujarat by winning 115 out of 182 seats. This was Narendra Modi’s fourth term as Chief Minister. In March the following year, he was appointed a member of the BJP organization, the party’s highest decision making organization. He was also nominated as a member of the party’s Central Election Committee.
Narendra Modi by Forbes magazine
Forbes magazine of the year 2015 ranked Narendra Modi ninth as the most powerful person in the world. Modi was ranked 14th in the Forbes list in 2014. The magazine said of Modi that the GDP rate was implemented at 7.4 percent in the first year of the Prime Minister’s Office and that he has highlighted his profile as a global leader, especially during the meeting with Xi Jinping and Barack Obama. It also states that there is a need to establish ties with countries to manage 1.2 billion people and now Modi will have to adopt his reformed Angeda for the country and control his opposition.
With so many branded images of Narendra Modi, it remains to be seen who likes his agenda and who will help him win the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
Modi Ji’s interesting journey from Chief Minister to becoming Prime Minister
For the first time in 2014 elections, BJP got an absolute majority: After becoming Chief Minister for 4 consecutive times in Gujarat, the magic of Narendra Modi was speaking in the head, while in view of his popularity, senior BJP leaders made Narendra Modi the party Assigned the responsibility of the post of Speaker and he thus appeared as a candidate for the post of Prime Minister in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
Although some senior leaders of the party, including Lal Krishna Advani, during this time had disagreed for Modi ji’s PM candidature, but Modi proved once again that he won both the seats of Vadodara and Varanasi during that time. Are a good candidate for candidature.
After this Modi ji started his rallies all over the country from 15 September 2013 on all the issues related to the people of the country. During this, he held about 437 election rallies across the country, through these rallies, Modi made the people of the country aware of many economic, social and political issues and tried to know the problems related to the people at the grassroots level. With this, during this period Modi ji created a new consciousness within all the countrymen.
Meanwhile, Modi was also very active on social media and put his point in front of the public with the help of social media platforms. During the campaign for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the program “Chai par Charcha” started by Modi ji was also very popular. Through this program, Modi has succeeded in reaching out to the people and knowing the problems of the people closely.
After this, as if the Modi wave had swept across the country, Modi’s thoughts and strategies influenced the people so much that people won him with huge votes. In the 2014 general elections, BJP registered a historic victory by securing 282 seats out of 534 seats. In this way Narendra Modi became a new face as the Prime Minister of India.
Prime Minister becomes second for the second time in the general elections of 2019
Narendra Modi, who has made his image as a capable and powerful Prime Minister, contested again in the general elections in 2019 with the candidature for the post of PM and in this election he also cast his spell. By winning 353 seats out of 542 seats, he trounced the 70-year-old Congress Party and created a history in the 2019 elections with his strategy.
And in this way, Hindustan did not find the Prime Minister as Prime Minister, but as Narendra Modi. In this way, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again won the trust of Aamam and secured the post of PM for the second time, and he is constantly working for the development of the people of the country.