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Happy Birthday Modi: "I am ready to come into the debate but I do not have a car"

Happy Birthday Modi: "I am ready to come into the debate but I do not have a car"

Today is the 70th birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was born in Vadnagar, Gujarat. He was born into a poor family, but poverty has never been an obstacle to progress in life. He started with a small team worker and now serves the country.
It is said that today they are bigger than the organization and the government. There is no other leader to challenge them. But there was a time when the party expelled him from Gujarat. But it made it even stronger. This time he created himself and yours.
During this period private channels had emerged in the country. It did not take long for Modi to realize that this medium would give him new opportunities. Participating in debates, asserting the side of the party, he did not make any fuss about Hindutva or party policies.
Rajdeep Sardesai, Consulting Editor, India Today TV, mentions a number of incidents in his book, The Election to India Change, one of which is that Modi told him that he was ready for a debate. But they don't have a car.
In 1995, Assembly elections were held in Gujarat. The Bharatiya Janata Party won 121 out of 182 seats and secured a two-thirds majority. Narendra Modi, who is campaigning in this election, said on the day of the result that this is the happiest day of his life.
Later, Keshubhai Patel was made the Chief Minister of Gujarat. He was the first Chief Minister of BJP. Modi was not in the discussion at that time. However, a section of the party began to consider him a super chief minister. After a few days, differences within the party began to arise.
The party made Suresh Mehta the Chief Minister. He was accused of trying to run the party by splitting the party. After this, the party sent Modi out of Gujarat, giving charge of Himachal and Haryana.
These were the days of Modi's deportation. There was a new challenge for him. He was carrying out his responsibilities well, but Gujarat was in his mind. He wanted to be the Chief Minister of Gujarat in any case. The rise of private TV channels at that time
Rajdeep Sardesai has referred to an incident in his book. The live show was scheduled for 10 p.m. Vijay Malhotra was supposed to come for the show from BJP, but at 8.30 am he refused to participate in the show. BJP needs a leader in their place.
"I am ready to come to the event, but I don't have a car," Modi told Rajdeep Sardesai. At that time, Modi was living with other Sangh campaigners on 9 Ashoka Road near the BJP office. Then Rajdeep said you come by taxi and pay for it.
The time for the event was approaching but Modi had not yet reached the office. When there were only 5 minutes left in the program. Then Narendra Modi entered the studio and shouted from there, 'Rajdeep, I have come. They knew they had been replaced.

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