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BJP has never compromised on its ideology. We entered politics not for gains but to serve: PM Modi
BJP’s character is based on principles of welfare of people and hence, ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ was the party’s commitment: PM
Mahatma Gandhi’s life is an example of ‘Minimum Carbon Footprint’: PM Modi
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Violence and intolerance unacceptable to us: PM Narendra Modi

Speaking at the birth centenary celebrations of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya in Kozhikode, Shri Narendra Modi recalled his mantra of Antodaya.

The PM said that Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was appointed as the President of Jana Sangh in Kozhikode and the BJP itself evolved from the Jana Sangh. Shri Modi added further that BJP would never compromise on its ideals and keep on serving the people. “BJP has never compromised on its ideology. We entered politics not for gains but to serve”, said the PM.

The Prime Minister said that BJP’s character was based on principles of welfare of people and hence, ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ was the party’s commitment. He added that everyone in the country must be treated equally. The Prime Minister remarked that development was the solution to all the problems.

PM Modi also remembered Mahatma Gandhi and said that his life was an example of ‘Minimum Carbon Footprint’. Adding further, he said that India would ratify the COP21 decisions on Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary on October 2nd.

Expressing concern over recent violence and atrocities, PM Modi said that such acts were intolerable and unacceptable.

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Defence Minister of Japan calls on the Prime Minister
August 20, 2018
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Mr. Itsunori Onodera, Defence Minister of Japan, called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. Prime Minister Modi recalled his long association with Japan, since before assuming office as Prime Minister, and welcomed the broadening and deepening of the Special Strategic and Global Partnership between India and Japan in recent years.

Prime Minister Modi said that Defence Cooperation is a key pillar of the relationship between India and Japan. He welcomed the strengthening of various defence dialogue mechanisms between the two countries, and the enhanced linkages between the armed forces of India and Japan. The Prime Minister also appreciated the progress in defence technology cooperation between the two countries.

Prime Minister Modi warmly recalled the successful visit of Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, to India last year, and said that he is looking forward to visiting Japan later this year.