Shah: Modi will become PM for the third consecutive time in 2024, said Amit Shah. india news

New Delhi: Milan Home Minister Amit Shah said on Friday that the BJP-led… NDA Will form government again in 2024 and Narendra Modi Will become the Prime Minister for the third consecutive time.
Attending a conference in Delhi, Shah It also said that since the Modi government came to power, three hotspots-Jammu and Kashmir, Northeast and Naxal – by and large were resolved.
The Home Minister said that since surgical strikes were carried out against terrorists inside Pakistan, no foreign power dared to interfere in the internal affairs of the country.
“The people will decide who will be the next prime minister of the country. I have visited every part of the country and have realized that again the BJP will form the government and Modi will become the prime minister for the third time in a row,” he said. ,
Shah said it would be the first time since the 1970s that a prime minister would get the people’s mandate for the third consecutive term.
Asked about the number of seats the NDA would get in the 2024 general elections, the minister said it would be more than in 2019. “We (BJP) will get more than 303 seats,” he said.
In the 2019 general elections, BJP got 303 seats and NDA got more than 350 seats out of total 543 Lok Sabha seats.
Shah said when the Modi government first came to power in 2014, 60 crore people did not have bank accounts, 10 crore people did not have toilets and three crore people did not have electricity connections.
He said the Modi government has provided all of them access to banks, toilets, free food, electricity and gas connections.
Not only this, if there is a problem in the world outside, other leaders look to Modi and see what he thinks and believes, Shah said.
He said that the Modi government handled the Covid-19 pandemic very efficiently and it successfully vaccinated all the citizens of the country.
Asked about his role as the Union Home Minister, Shah said he was satisfied that the problems in the three hotspots – Jammu and Kashmir, the Northeast and Naxalism – had been resolved in a big way.
He said there has been a 70 per cent reduction in violence in Jammu and Kashmir, 60 per cent less violence in Naxal-affected areas and many insurgents have surrendered and signed peace accords in the Northeast.
Apart from these, Shah said, under the Modi government, Article 370 was scrapped, the Ram temple is being built and issues related to triple talaq have been resolved.
When asked when elections can be held in Jammu and Kashmir, the Home Minister said that the Election Commission will take a decision in this regard when it is ready to conduct elections.
“When the Election Commission seeks the report from the Home Ministry, we will provide it immediately,” he said.

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