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PM Modi Gives 100 Days Report: 'Just A Trailer, Film Is Yet To Come'

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an array of development programs in Jharkhand
  • Addressing a rally, he gave a report of 100 days of his government's second term in office
  • He called the first 100 days of his government a 'trailer', adding that film is yet to come

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an array of development programs in Jharkhand on Thursday. Addressing a rally in Ranchi, the Prime Minister gave a report of the 100 days of his second term in office. Calling the first 100 days a "trailer", PM Modi said that the film is yet to come. He went on to list the various promises that Modi 2.0 government has fulfilled after coming to power after 2019 Lok Sabha elections. 

"At the time of the election, I promised you a working and strong government. A government that will work faster than ever before. A government that will put in full force to fulfill your aspirations. In the last 100 days, the country has seen its trailer. The film is yet to be seen," PM Modi said in his address. 

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PM Modi highlights Key decisions

From Jal Jeevan Mission to battle against terrorism and abrogation of Article 370 in J&K, PM Modi gave listed a brief account of the decisions that the NDA government took in the 100 days of being in power. 

"Our aim is to bring water to every house. Today, the country has set out to fulfill the Jal Jeevan Mission. Our aim is to protect the rights of Muslim sisters. Within 100 days, triple talaq law has been implemented. Our pledge is to fight a decisive battle against terrorism. In the first 100 days, the anti-terror law has been strengthened. Our resolve is to take Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and Ladakh to new heights of development. We have started it within 100 days," the Prime Minister added. 

In his address, PM Modi also took spoke about the fight against corruption, asserting that the current government has shown the right place to the people who have looted the citizens. Adding that while the work is still continuing to fight corrupt people, PM Modi said that action have already been taken against some of them. 

"Our aim is to show the right place to people who have looted the money of the citizens. And the work is in progress in this matter, with some already being put inside (detention)," he said.

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100 days of PM Modi government

The Narendra Modi government marked its 100-day completion on September 6 after taking office in May 2019. Earlier, speaking over the 100 days of Modi government, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said landmark steps have been taken for India to emerge as a five trillion dollar economy in the next five years amid a domestic and global slowdown. Some of the major decisions taken by the BJP government in its second term include - abrogation of Article 370 giving special status to J&K along with  state’s bifurcation into two Union Territories (J&K and Ladakh), passage of the triple talaq bill, anti-terror Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA Bill), and merger of 10 public sector banks into four units, among others.

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