India Politics

This is how Modi overpowered Arnab with his words

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interview with Times Now chief editor Arnab Goswami is the hot topic in the country.  It was Modi’s first interview to a private news channel after assuming office in 2014. Modi’s words were so powerful that it even made the talking machine(Arnab) take the backseat, a very rare phenomenon.

Here’s what he said:

“The people of India have confidence that if there’s someone who can do it, it is Narendra Modi and he will do it. Citizens of the country have full faith.”


Whole world knows which party is responsible for parliamentary logjam.”


“Whether it is someone from my party or not, I believe that such things (tirade against Rajan) are inappropriate. The nation won’t benefit from such publicity stunts. One should be more responsible while conducting themselves. Anyone who believes he is bigger than the system is wrong.I have a very clear message . I have no two minds about it.”


 “Govt is working in a direction to make sure that black money isn’t generated in India and it doesn’t go out of India, you can see the results of all this.

I will show them what the law is.”

Force India team owner Vijay Mallya gives the thumb up at the end of the third practice session of the Italian F1 Grand Prix in Monza September 12, 2009. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY SPORT MOTOR RACING) - RTR27QKS

“The sad part is, if somebody is running away from debate or don’t let discussions happen, then it is a cause of worry in a democracy”


“My country’s soldiers have full freedom to answer back (to terrorists) in whatever manner they have to and they will keep doing that.”

Indian army soldiers stand guard near the Indian Air Force (IAF) base at Pathankot in Punjab, India, January 3, 2016. A gold medal-winning Indian shooter was among 10 people killed in an audacious pre-dawn assault on the air force base, officials said on Sunday as troops worked to clear the compound near India's border with Pakistan after a 15-hour gunbattle. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta

“I challenge the challenges. I like to face the problems. I don’t run away from them. Whatever loss I have to face for it, I face it. If today I run at a speed of 100, I keep an aim of running at 200.”




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