Narendra Modi is the current Prime Minister of India. His full name is Narendra Damodardas Modi. is an Indian politician serving as the 15th and current Prime Minister of India since 2014. In this post I will give you complete information about Narendra Modi Which you won’t find on any other platform.
Narendrabhai Modi was born on 17 December 1940 in Vadnagar village in Mehsana district of Gujarat state. They were six siblings. Narendra Modi was the third child out of six. Narendra’s family belonged to the Mogh-Ghanchi-Teli community but his family was vegetarian.
As a childhood Narendra Modi used to help his father sell tea at the railway station.He was called as “Nariya” in childhood. In 1965, during the India-Pakistan War he served tea to soldiers passing through the railway station from his father’s tea shop. In childhood, he was more influenced by saints and wished to become a saint and therefore left home.
Education of Narendra Modi
Narendrabhai Modi has completed his primary primary class from a local school named Bhagavatacharya Narayanacharya School in Vadnagar. He completed his higher secondary studies there by 1967. After completing this study, he left his home due to some domestic problems and the family’s financial condition deteriorating.
Then he returned to his home after two years and thought of further studies. To study higher classes, he joined Delhi University and Gujarat University located in Ahmedabad in 1949. And then he completed his bachelor’s and master’s in political science respectively.
A teacher of Narendra Modi had told that he was not very smart in reading but he used to spend a lot of his time in the library. His teacher also said that He was very interested in participating in debates and drama competitions. Apart from this, he was also interested in starting new projects on political subjects.
Information about Narendra Modi’s family
Narendra’s family belonged to the Mogh-Ghanchi-Teli community but his family was vegetarian. He was the third of the six children of his parents. His father used to sell tea at the railway station and take care of his family. Narendra Modi had to face a lot of problems in his childhood due to the financial condition of the family getting worse. After finishing his day studying, he used to go to the tea shop to help his father.
Names of Narendra Modi’s Brothers And Sisters
Somabhai has been an officer of Health Department
Amrit Modi is a machine operator
Prahlada Bhai Modi runs a shop in Ahmedabad
Pankaj Modi is working as a clerk in the information department in Gandhinagar.
Narendra Modi’s married life
Narendrabhai damodardas Modi was engaged With Jashodaben at just 13 years of age and was also married at the age of 17. His wife’s full name is Jashodaben Chamanlal Modi. According to a report in Financial Express, the husband and wife spent a few years together and then the two separated from each other. After separation, Jashodaben was spending her life working as a teacher in a government school in Gujarat, but now she has retired
Narendra Modi’s political career
After completing his college, Narendra Modi joined the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad. He later went to Ahmedabad to join the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh as a full-time volunteer. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was banned in 1975 – 77 during the national privilege imposed by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. For this reason Narendra Modi had to go underground to avoid arrest and had to change his disguise.
Narendra used to be very active against the Emergency. He had left no stone unturned in opposing the government of that time, he had also distributed anti-government pamphlets and adopted many tactics. Due to all these protests and their work, all the people showed their managerial, organizational and leadership skills. After this Narendra Modi joined politics as a political activist. At the beginning of politics he had less writing in the RSS.
Narendra Modi Join In BJP
Then in 1949 he joined the Bharatiya Janata Party. And in the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation election he helped organize the BJP campaign and led the BJP to victory in that election. After the BJP’s victory in this election, Narendra Modi got a different name in the BJP party. After joining Bjp, he grew rapidly because he was very intelligent and clever. And in the year of joining the party, he was made the General Secretary of the Gujarat branch of BJP party. His abilities within the party were recognized after helping LK Advaniji conduct the Ayodhya Rath Yatra in 1990, which became his first national level political work.
Narendra Modi played a major role in strengthening BJP’s presence in Gujarat after Gujarat assembly elections in 1990 and established his name The party won 121 seats in the 1995 elections, making the BJP government in Gujarat for the first time. The party remained in power for a while, which ended in September 1996. After this, in 1995,
Modi was elected the National Secretary of BJP to handle activities in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, When the internal leadership dispute was going on in the BJP in 1998, Modi ji paved the way for BJP’s election victory during that time, which successfully helped in resolving the disputes.
Narendra Modi As a Chief Minister of Gujarat
Narendra Modi first contested the assembly elections in 2001 in Rajkot, and there he won one of the Two seats. And after winning the seat, he became the Chief Minister of Gujarat
It was then that when Narendra Modi won the seat, then the Chief Minister of Gujarat was Keshubhai Patel. But Keshubhai Patel’s health deteriorated and the BJP lost a few seats in the by-election when the leadership from Keshubhai to Narendra Modi was taken and he was made the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Gujarat on 7 October 2001. And then after that they continued to win. And he became Chief Minister of Gujarat 4 times in a row.
As a Prime Minister
2014 in Goa The Working Committee of the party handed over the command of the Lok Sabha election campaign to Narendra Modi. On September 13, 2013, the Parliamentary Board meet and at that meeting Rajnath Singh announced the name of Narendra Modi for the post of Prime Minister for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. After being declared as Prime Minister, he held his first rally in the city of Rewari in Haryana province.
He contested the two Lok Sabha seats of the country, Varanasi and Vadodara and won by huge votes from both the regions. In that election, the Bharatiya Janata Party won 282 seats. And after this victory Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India. Narendra Modi was sworn in as the 14th Prime Minister on Monday, 26 May 2014.
Important decisions of Prime Minister
Narendra Modi took an important decision like demonetisation during his tenure as Prime Minister. They announced on 8 November 2016 at eight o’clock that 500 and 1000 notes will not run in India from 12 o’clock on 8 November 2016. And on the same day he introduced a new note of 500 and 2000. This decision was a historic decision taken by him.
After demonetisation, Narendra Modi included all the taxes that were levied in the country together and implemented a tax GST i.e. Goods and Services Tax.
On 8 September 2014, Narendra Modi decided to conduct a surgical strike on Pakistan Army to teach it a lesson.
Important schemes of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister
Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana has been started for the farmers of the country. Under this scheme financial assistance of 6000 rupees per year is provided to all farmers.
Svachchh Bharat Abhiyaan (Clean India Movement )
This campaign is a massive campaign launched by India, under which lakhs of toilets were constructed in the country in sanitation and rural areas.
Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana
Under the Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, millions of women of the country were provided free of charge cylinders
Narendra Modi received the award
Best chief minister of the country
Asian Winner of FDI Personality of the Year Award
Winners of Time Magazine’s Reader Survey
On the 3rd of April, Modi ji was given the highest civilian award of Saudi Arabia on the orders of Abdulaziz al-Saud. And on 4 June, Afghanistan’s highest civilian award was given on the state order of Ghazi Aamir Amanullah Khan.
The highest civilian award of Palestine for foreign dignitaries conferred with ‘Grand Kolar of Palestine State’