The nation is at crossroads. Some people suggest that we must start from where we have left off one thousand years ago, when foreign invaders disrupted our life. But nation is not an inanimate object like a cloth so that weaving can be taken up after a gap in time. Besides it would not be rational to say that the thousand year old alien rule has interrupted the current of our national life so completely that from that time to this day we remained stationary and inactive. The nation has certainly put her genius to work, in the changing circumstances to meet the challenges thrown at her. We have struggled to continue our life forward and to wrest independence from the aliens. The current of our national life was not interrupted but has gone on ceaselessly. The task of turning the waters of Ganga back to some previous point would not be wise. Ganga at Banaras may not be crystal clear as at Haridwar.
Shri Narendra Modi has outlined his Vision for the India of tomorrow which resonates with the BJP’s philosophy of “Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas”.
The comprehensive vision laid out by Shri Modi builds on the heritage of India’s rich social and cultural diversity, its tradition, the strength of our human resource and the aspirations of the youth and women.
The concept of Brand India encapsulates all the sectors that have the potential to make India a global power. The five-Ts of Brand India are Talent, Trade, Tradition, Tourism and Technology.
The concept of Rainbow of India envisions seven key focus areas which will be the overarching theme of all initiatives to make India a developed nation. These themes are India’s Culture, Agriculture, Women, Natural Resources, Youth power, Democracy and Knowledge.
Finally, Shri Modi outlined an eight point key development model, with detailed initiatives on each, to put India back on high growth path and deliver good governance to the citizens.