Modi to become PM for 3rd consecutive term in 2024, says Amit Shah

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In NEW DELHI: The BJP-led NDA will form government once more in 2024, according to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and Narendra Modi will serve as prime minister for a third time.

Speaking at the “India Today Conference” in Delhi, Shah added that since the Modi administration took office, problems relating to the Northeast, Naxal, and Jammu and Kashmir have largely been settled.

No foreign force has dared to meddle in Pakistan’s internal affairs since a surgical attack was launched against terrorists there, the home minister claimed.

“The next prime minister of the nation will be chosen by the populace. I have travelled around the entire nation and have come to the conclusion that the BJP will once more form the government and that Modi will serve as prime minister for a third term in a row “said he.

According to Shah, this would be the first time since the 1970s that a prime minister would be elected for a third term in a row.

When asked how many seats the NDA would win in the general elections of 2024, the minister responded that it would be more than 2019. “We (the BJP) will secure more than 303 seats,” he claimed.

Among the 543 Lok Sabha seats up for grabs in the general elections of 2019, the BJP won 303 seats, and the NDA won more than 350.

Shah said that 60 crore people lacked bank accounts, 10 crore people lacked access to toilets, and 3 crore people lacked electricity connections in 2014, the year the Modi government first took office.

According to him, the Modi administration has provided them all with access to banks, restrooms, free food, electricity, and gas connections.

In addition, Shah remarked that when an issue arises on the outside, other leaders turn to Modi and what he thinks and believes.

He claimed that the Modi administration successfully immunised all country residents against the COVID-19 epidemic.

When questioned about his position as Union home minister, Shah stated that he was satisfied with the general resolution of issues in three flashpoints: Jammu and Kashmir, the Northeast, and Naxal.

According to him, there has been a 70% decrease in violence in Jammu and Kashmir, a 60% decrease in violence in Naxal-affected areas, and a large number of rebels have surrendered and signed peace accords in the Northeast.

Along with this, according to Shah, the Modi administration also abolished Article 370, erected a Ram temple, and settled Triple Talaq-related difficulties.

When asked when elections might take place in Jammu and Kashmir, the home minister responded that the Election Commission (EC) will make that decision whenever it was ready to hold the elections.

“We will send a report as soon as the EC requests one from the home ministry,” he said.