Narendra Modi: Narendra Damodiradas Modi is his given name. He was born on September 17, 1950. He is the Prime Minister of India. One of the leading politicians of the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP). He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from October 7, 2001 to May 2014.
Narendra Damodiradas Modi was born into a middle class family in Vadnagar, the third of six children born to Damodartasu Mulson Moti and his wife Gropen. Marked in his 2014 Vadodara Lok Sabha constituency nomination. His wife’s name was Jashodaben.
In 1978, Modi received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the Open Learning School of the University of Delhi and his third class degree. Narendra Modi received his MA in Political Science in 1983.
He passed the first class and scored 499 marks out of 800, which is 62.3 per cent as an external student, “Gujarat University Vice-Chancellor MN Patel told PTI today. , MA scored 262 points out of 400 in the second year.
Jashodaben was born in 1952 as Jashodaben Simanlal Modi. His mother died when he was two years old. Narendra Modi and Jashodhapan got married as per the custom of Vadnagar caste, which was arranged by the family during their childhood. According to Narendra Modi’s brother, the wedding took place when Narendra Modi was 18 and Jasodaben was 17.
Modi’s Political Journey
Narendra Modi, who won the by-election following the resignation of then Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel, became the Chief Minister of Gujarat on October 7, 2001. His term of office lasted until July 2007. He then won the December 23, 2007 election and returned to power. He was the Chief Minister for 2063 consecutive days, a record in the history of Gujarat.
In the 2014 general elections, Narendra Modi campaigned across the country in support of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance candidates. In the two months from April 2014 to May 2014, he traveled about 3 lakh kilometers across the country, campaigned in support of the National Democratic Alliance candidates and attended 430 public meetings.
The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) won 352 of the 543 Lok Sabha seats in the 2019 Indian Lok Sabha elections. With the BJP alone winning 303 seats, Narendra Modi was re-elected as the Prime Minister of India.
In the 16th Lok Sabha elections in 2014, he was declared the Prime Ministerial candidate of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance. He filed his nomination papers for the 2014 parliamentary elections in two Lok Sabha constituencies, Varanasi and Vadodara.
He won the Vadodara constituency by a margin of 5,70,128 votes. He won the Varanasi constituency by a margin of 3,71,784 votes. After being elected as the Lok Sabha Speaker of the BJP, he addressed the central arena of Parliament.
Modi’s work in government service
In 2014, the Purity India movement was launched across the country. In 2016, Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes were devalued. The Goods and Services Tax was introduced nationwide in 2017. The 2019 Muslim Women Marriage Rights Protection Act was introduced and the Mutlaq system was abolished in India.
In 2019, the Jammu and Kashmir Reconstruction Act was repealed and the special privileges granted to Jammu and Kashmir by Article 370 and Article 35A of the Constitution of India were removed and the State of Jammu and Kashmir was divided into the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir (Union Territory) and Ladakh.
New Agriculture Act for India, 2020 passed.