- 10,000 people along with family members gathered at Rajwada
- Fireworks and songs mark the day
Indore: As soon as Narendra Modi took oath as the 15th Prime Minister, over 10,000 Indoreans celebrated the historic moment along with their family members at Rajwada. Fireworks and distribution of sweets by the party workers also added zing to the celebration.
BJP workers observed May 26 as ‘Bharat Gaurav Vijay Mahotsava’ to celebrate the grand success of their party in the parliamentary polls and the crowing of Modi. A huge success rally was taken out in the city by the party workers. Many small rallies were immersed into it.
“I have seen them all be it Nehru, Indira or Manmohan but Narendra Modi has brought hope for the country. As, a father of six daughters I just hope that Modi brings down the inflation rate as it is really killing the life of poor people.” said Abdul Kalam an auto rickshaw driver who Free Press found in Rajwada decorating his rickshaw with the flags of BJP.
As, Modi was crowned as the 15th Prime Minister, the people wished the new government. The Bhartiya Janta Party, Indore unit organized a grand event at Rajwada in order to celebrate Modi’s day. Two big LCDs were kept in Rajwada circle, lights, and loudspeakers playing patriotic songs and giving live updates from New Delhi. A large number of spectators gathered at the heart of the city to observe the crowning of the Prime Minister of the country. Shops in rows also waved lotus flags expressing their support for Modi.
Soraj Singh, a 18-year-old Sikh boy who voted for the first time in this parliamentary election said, “Development made by Modi in Gujrat is and I am expecting similar development for the complete nation also it is very important for me that my Prime Minister should consider the opinion of every citizen without any discrimination on the basis of caste, colour and creed.”
Adjacent to Soraj was standing a young mother Chanchal Agarwal, carrying her child in her arms with her husband and keenly watching the oath ceremony and while speaking to Free Press about her expectation from the new government said, “I want him to be faithful and he should consider the comman man problems before taking decision.”
As, soon as Narendra Modi swear as the 15th Prime Minister of India there was spectacular firework by the BJP party workers to celebrate the success of their leader.BJP party workers marked May 26 as ‘Gaurav Divas’ to celebrate the success on their party in the 2014 parliamentary polls. A huge success rally was pulled out in the city by the ecstatic party workers of BJP.
Supporters disappointed over Tai not being given Cabinet post
Amid of the euphoric celebration there was a little disappointment which was noticed among the party workers and BJP supporters on the 8 time elected and one of the longest serving parliamentarians who won with a record margin of 4 lakh votes was not given any post in the cabinet. Although, post the counting there was a lot of buzz in the city media about a strong cabinet post being given to the longest serving lady parliamentarian Mahajan.
Communities celebrate oath ceremony of Modi
Safi Nagar congratulates the newly elected PM
The Dawoodi Bohra community with the BJP party workers of Safi Nagar celebrated the oath ceremony of Narendra Modi in the evening. BJP party member and president of Haj Committee Haidar Ali Mahuwala expressing his happiness about Modi taking the charge as the new PM said, “Modiji will bring a new era of development and harmony in the country and India will now emerge as the super power in the world.”
Sweets were distributed on this occasion
C21 decorated with lights to mark the celebration of the oath ceremony with Narendra Modi swearing as the Prime Minister of the country C21 and Malhar mall decorated itself with lights just as if it was Diwali like celebration for them. The mall wanted to give its hearties best wishes to the Narendra Modi on becoming the new Prime Minister of the country.
Muslim community celebrate it with fireworks
The Sunni Muslim Nayata Virmat Patel community of the city thrown out a spectacular show of firework to celebrate the positioning of Narendra Modi as the new Prime Minister of the country.Indore celebrates…..Happy wave in OBC community Madhya Pradesh association of other backward community is extremely happy to see one of them swearing in as the premier of the nation. Vijay Yadav, president of the community on this occasion said, “This is the first time that the nation will see a person from OBC community as the Prime Minister and we are sure that he will deliver a lot to the community.”
Sanstha Soch celebrates the festivity of oath ceremony
Free hand distribution of sweets, lamp lightening, fire works in every part of the city was done by the members of Sanstha Soch to welcome the 15th Prime Minister of the country. Mafuz Pathan, President of the society said, “With Modiji becoming the Prime Minister of the country we will surely see an economic boom in the country which is already indicated in the share markets.”
Roses and sweets were distributed by Dharmraksha Community
In the leadership of Virendra Tripathi, members of Dharm Raksha Community distributed roses and laddos at Kothari market marking the festivity of the oath taking ceremony. Community members wholeheartedly catered sweets to the people on the street and congratulated each other on Narendra Modi becoming the Prime Minister. Marothia Bazar turns into Oath day into Diwali The narrow lane of Marothia Bazar was captivated with candles, lamps in order to celebrate the conceding oath ceremony of Narendra Modi. The celebrations began form 6 in the evening with loudspeakers playing patriotic songs and onlookers talking about the gigantic success of BJP in the parliamentary election.
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