‘400 paar’: Sureshot of victory, PM Modi announces blueprint for first 100 days of 3rd term

**EDS: VIDEO GRAB VIA @narendramodi** New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi digitally addresses the G20 Digital Economy Ministers' Meeting, on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2023. (PTI Photo)(PTI08_19_2023_000048B)

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the blueprint for the first 100 days of his third term was ready and he was planning to add another 25 days to the plan.

PM Modi made the revelation during an interview with India Today. Prime Minister, who has always emphasized the critical role of the youth in shaping the nation’s future, said he was forced to think of a blueprint for 125 days after seeing the enthusiasm amongst first-time voters and the younger generation during his election campaigns.

“I feel their inspiration, so I want to make a plan for 125 days. I have already made a plan for 100 days. I want to add 25 more days,” PM Modi said.

As part of his new plan, the Prime Minister – who has called for a ‘Viksit Bharat’ or a developed India by 2047 – said that he wanted the youth of the country to pitch ideas and list their priorities.

“I want the involvement of the youth and want them to share their ideas. I want to dedicate 25 days in total to the youth of my country. I will do it, I am moving ahead from 100 days,” PM Modi, who is seeking a record third consecutive term, said.

The Prime Minister said he took inputs from over 20 lakh people across the country while preparing the agenda of the government for the first 100 days.

“In 2014, I had a manifesto for five years. In 2019, I drew some attention to the global picture. In 2024, my thinking is a little big and for the long term. I have been working on it for the last 5 years… two generations of officers must have retired while working on this and many new people have come,” the Prime Minister said.

The Prime Minister, who has set a target of ‘400 paar’ for the NDA coalition in the Lok Sabha election, has pivoted his campaign around the ‘Viksit Bharat’ roadmap.

In March, PM Modi held a 12-hour long meeting with his Council of Ministers and brainstormed over a detailed action plan for the next five years.

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