Narendra Modi is the 14th prime minister of India. It was born on 17th Sep 1950. He was the chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and from 2014 till date, he is the prime minister of India. He is from Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) and is also a member of parliament for Varanasi. Modi also plays a vital role to maintain peace in war kind of situation, as he is been on good terms with worlds top’s politicians.
|Narendra Modi’s Name||Narendra Damodardas Modi|
|Politician Party||Bharthi Janta Party|
|Narendra Modi’s Height||In Centimeter – 170cm|
In metre – 1.70m
In ft – 5.7
|Date of birth||17 Sep 1950|
|Modi Age||71 Years|
|School||Higher Secondary School Vadnagar, Gujarat|
|College/university||Gujarat University, Delhi University|
|Educational||BA and MA in political science|
|Narendra Modi’s Girlfriend||None|
|Modi Wife||Jashodaben chimanlal Modi|
|Parents||Father – Damodardas Mulchand Modi (Died in Bone Cancer)|
Mother – Heeraben
|Sibling||Soma 75 years ,Amurt Modi 72 years, Prahlad 62 years, Pankaj 57, Vansantiben|
|Narendra Modi’s Net worth||2.5 Crore|
Narendra Modi Bio
Narendra Damodardas Modi is the 14th prime minister of India. It was born on 17th Sep 1950. He was the chief minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and from 2014 till date, he is the prime minister of India. He is from Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) and is also a member of parliament for Varanasi.
Narendra Modi is also from NDA national democratic alliance and RSS Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Modi is the first Prime Minister who was born after the independence of India, which was born after 1947. Also, the second person to win two consecutive terms in the election after Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Narendra Modi Early Life
Narendra Modi used to sell tea with his father in the railway station. He was raised in Vadnagra which is a small town in Gujarat, he also completed his education from the same place where he lived Vadnagra.
Soon after this at the age of eight he joined RSS and left his home at the age of 18, he also married Jashodaben Chamanlal but after many decades he acknowledged her publicly. It was said that Modi traveled all over India for two years and visited many religious places, and after that, he returned back to Gujarat in 1971. And became the permanent worker of RSS.
When the state of emergency was imposed, Modi went underground. The RSS committee assigned Modi to BJP in 1985. He had several positions in the party at different levels of hierarchy till 2001, after that he was raised as a general secretary.
Narendra Modi got the chance when Keshubbhai Patel’s health was not good and also the poor image of him in the public when the earthquake in Bhuj occurred Modi got the chief minister of Gujarat in 2001, soon after this, he was elected in the legislative assembly. In the 2002 Gujarat riots, it was considered that it was his administration’s complicit, or they were also criticized for his handling capability. A Supreme court appointed a special investigation team to prosecute Modi but they didn’t get any evidence.
Narendra Modi’s policies were encouraged for economic growth but it was criticized for the significantly failing in the health education and poverty section.
Narendra Modi led the party for the general election in 2014 and gave the majority in the Indian lower house of the parliament that is Lok sabha.it was the first time since 1984 when any administration has tried to raise foreign direct investment in the Indian economy and reduce the investment in the healthcare and welfare programmers. Modi attempted to improve the efficiency of the Indian bureaucracy.
He began the high-profile campaign of sanitation of Indian currency and initiated a controversial demonetization of banknotes and weakened the environmental laws.
Under Modi’s tenure, India has experienced the democratic backsliding and this resulted in a win for 2019 general election, his administration did what other party didn’t do it, his administration revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, his administration also introduces the CAA which is Citizenship Amendment Act which also spread protests across India.
Narendra Modi always remains the face of controversy due to his policy or allegedly Hindu belief which occurred in the 2002 Gujarat riots and this was the biggest controversy under his leadership.
Early Political Career of Modi
In 1975 Former PM Indira Gandhi imposed a state emergency, many of her opposition was banned and many were put inside Jail.
During those days Modi was appointed as the general secretary at RSS in Gujarat and he was in opposition of Congress, to avoid his arrest he went underground. Shortly RSS was banned.
In 1978 Modi became an RSS regional organizer, in the areas of Surat and Vadodara, RSS activities were more at that time, and he went to Delhi to work in RSS in 1979, where he was kept to work for writing and researching the RSS’s version of the history of the Emergency.
After this, he returned back to Gujarat later, and due to his work and managing skills, he was assigned by the RSS to the BJP in 1985.
Narendra Modi helped BJP to organize the campaign for the Ahmedabad municipal election, which resulted in BJP winning comfortably, Modi’s planning was described by biographers.
In 1986 when L. K. Advani became president of the BJP, then RSS decided to place its important members to important positions within the BJP, Modi’s work during the Ahmedabad election has helped him for the selection for this role, and Modi was elected as the organizing secretary of the BJP’s for Gujarat unit later in 1987.
In 1990 Modi was named as a member of BJP’s National Election Committee as he was raised in the party itself, he was helping to organize Murli Manohar Joshi’s 1991-1992 and L. K. Advani’s Ram Rath Yatra in 1990 Journey for Unity. However, in 1992 he took a long break from politics, Modi came back to electoral politics in 1994, because of Advani insistence, and was appointed as a party secretary in the party, Modi’s electoral strategy helped the central to the BJP victory in 1995 in the state assembly elections.
In the same year, Modi was elected as a BJP’s national secretary and transferred to New Delhi, where his responsibility was to manage the party activities in Himachal Pradesh and Haryana.
The following year, Shankersinh Vaghela, a BJP leader from Gujarat was defeated by the Indian National Congress, after losing his parliamentary seat in the Lok Sabha elections. on the selection committee for the 1998 Assembly elections in Gujarat, Modi helped the BJP leader Keshubhai Patel over those supporting Vaghela to end the factionalism in the party.
His strategy was helped as key to the BJP winning an overall majority in the 1998 elections and Modi was promoted to BJP general secretary in May of that year.
Narendra Modi Stadium
Narendra Modi Stadium was made under the supervision of GCA president and current Primister of India Narendra Modi. The stadium is located near the Banks of the Sabarmati river, and the name of the stadium is Narendra Modi Stadium which is the Largest Cricket Stadium in the world. The stadium was constructed in 1982 to flourish cricket talents in the province. Earlier, the stadium had a seating capacity housing 49,000 cricket fans.