Modi Government Completes 100 Days Today; BJP To Present Report Card

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As the Modi government completes 100-days since taking office, BJP plans to present a 100-day report card highlighting all of Centre's landmark decisions

Written By Radhika Laghate | Mumbai | Updated On:

Narendra Modi government marked its 100-day completion on September 6 after taking office in May 2019. In honor of this occasion, BJP leadership will present a 100-day report card on historic decisions taken by the Central government. The focal points of the report will highlight the accomplishments of the Modi government, such as the abrogation of Article 370 and buying Apache helicopters from the US to approving pensions for farmers and shopkeepers. Several top leader from the party will hold press conferences and public meetings next week. 

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Modi Government to present a 100-day report card

A senior party who was reportedly involved in finalizing the points of this report said, buying of Apache helicopters made Pakistan and China nervous, revoking Article 370 as well as the merger of banks to stabilize the economy, and other important points of discussion will be included in government's achievements. 

"From telling people how buying American Apache helicopters made Pakistan and China nervous, nullification of Article 370 to the Parliament's most productive monsoon session -- all will be listed out as government's achievements. The merger of banks to stabilise the economy is one of the important points for the discussions, "  senior party leader who is involved in finalising the points reportedly said.

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Highlighting achievements: Triple Talaq Bill, Article 370 abrogation and more

The Modi government will lay special emphasis on spreading awareness on the triple talaq law, abolishing the Islamic practise of illegally divorcing a woman uttering the word Talaq three times. The party will also highlight the passing of the tough UAPA anti-terror law. According to sources, BJP leaders including Ministers will ensure that all decisions taken by the government are brought to public notice. The leaders are expected to chime in on their efforts, in interactive sessions, holding a slew of press conferences and public meetings as part of the endeavour next week, sources said. 

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The fact that Parliament enacted several laws and worked overtime during the recently concluded monsoon session will also be emphasized. Other issues that are likely to find a mention include the launch of Mission 'Fit India', the establishment of Jal Shakti Ministry and the National Medical Commission.

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(With ANI Inputs)

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