‘We bring reforms, you bring results…we share same wavelength,’ PM Modi to youth of India


In a huge outreach to youth of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi who landed on Monday in Kerala for a two-day visit, said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the youth of the country share the same wavelength and vision.
“Today, the BJP and the youth of the country share the same wavelength and vision. We bring reforms and the youth bring results. It is a strong partnership between the government and the youth. BJP has made this era, the era of youth-led development.” He said a mission becomes vibrant when there is the energy of vibrant youth behind it and when it comes to Kerala, it is so grand and beautiful that after coming here the energy increases even more.
“The previous governments did scams in every sector. On the other hand, the BJP government is creating opportunities in every sector. Through the Aatmanirbhar campaign, the youth have been afforded opportunities,” PM Modi said. Today, the PM said when the country is taking steps with the resolve of ‘New India’ and shouldering big global responsibilities, “the youth of the country and Kerala have come forward to give their leadership to this development journey of India.” held a mega roadshow in Kochi Highlighting India as a treasure trove of youth power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said Addressing Yuvam Conclave in Thevara, Prime Minister said, Calling the 21st century India’s century, he said India has a treasure of youth power.
“Earlier, people used to think that nothing will change in India. However, today our country can change the entire world. Today’s Aatmanirbhar India talks about Digital India. Once upon a time, India was one of the ‘Fragile Five’ countries. However, today India is known as the fastest-growing economy. It is because of the youth, and therefore, I strongly believe in the youth of my country,” PM Modi said. Earlier, sporting traditional Kerala attire, PM Modi walked through the streets of Kochi. People queued up on both sides of the road and cheered for the Prime Minister. They also showered flower petals on him. PM Modi was also seen shaking hands with people. After walking for over 15 minutes, the security personnel escorted him to an SUV.
The roadshow was markedly different from the PM’s other roadshows, where he usually rides in an open-top vehicle.
PM Modi’s roadshow in Kerala is being seen as a show of strength in the southern state where the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is aiming to make inroads ahead of next year’s general elections.
During his Kerala visit, Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone and inaugurate projects worth more than Rs 3200 crore in Kerala.
He will flag off Kerala’s first Vande Bharat Express between Thiruvananthapuram and Kasargod at Thiruvananthapuram Central Station on Tuesday.
According to Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the train will cover 11 districts namely Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad, Pathanamthitta, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Kannur and Kasargod.