In Shimla, Modi Elaborates on His Role After Leaving Office

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that as soon as he’s done signing the official document, he’s no more a PM but a ‘pradhan sevak’. My life and everything in my life is for the 130 crore Indian, he added.

“In last 8 years, not even once did I vision myself as a PM. Only when I sign documents, do I have responsibility of PM but as soon as the file is gone, I’m no longer a PM. I’m just a ‘pradhan sevak’ of 130 crore people who’re everything in my life and my life is also for you,” PM Modi said in Himachal Pradesh’s Shimla.

The first time Modi called himself a ‘pradhan sewak’ was during his maiden Independence Day speech in 2014. “My beloved countrymen! I have come here not as a ’ pradhan mantri’ (PM) but a ‘ pradhan sewak ’ (prime servant). It is a virtue of the Indian Constitution that a small-town boy from a poor family is today hoisting the national flag on Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort,” he had said.

PM Modi is presently in Shimla to interact with beneficiaries of sixteen welfare schemes and programs in the state. The prime minister also took part in the ‘Garib Kalyan Sammelan’ and released the 11th instalment of financial benefit under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) scheme.

Upon arrival in Shimla, people showered flower petals on PM’s cavalcade while it was en route to Ridge Maidan where he was scheduled to address the event to mark the eighth anniversary of the NDA government.

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