Addressing BJP's national convention here, the Prime Minister said, "Would you like a servant who steals your money and divides it into his family? Do you want to tell the neighbors, the things happening inside your house? Country should decide if it wants a pradhan sevak, who works tirelessly 18 hours for you, or the one who goes on vacation abroad when the country needs him the most? What kind of pradhan sevak you want?"
Highlighting the work done by his government in the past four and half years he said, "Last four years have shown us that nothing is impossible".
Hailing the 124th Constitutional Amendment Bill, recently approved by the Parliament to make economically-weaker sections of general category eligible for 10 per cent reservation in education and government jobs, Prime Minister Modi said, "This is not just reservation but an attempt to give a new dimension to the aspirations of youths, who are left behind. The provision of reservation done by Babasaheb Ambedkar is as strong today as it was then. And will continue to remain strong."
The Prime Minister also voiced his hope saying that 10 per cent quota in education, government jobs to poor youths of general category will enhance confidence of 'New India'.
He said, "When youths get right guidance, right facilities, they don't need to be dependent."
He also remembered late former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee during the national council meeting by saying, "This is the first meeting of the national council which is getting without Atal ji. Where we will be watching today, they will be getting satisfaction by seeing the dedication of our children to this energy and nation."
Further highlighting the growth of the BJP since its formation, the Prime Minister added, "It is the dedication of BJP worker which makes everyday auspicious. The party, which had two MPs, which was running from a two-room building, is today holding such a massive convention.
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