Time has been a big talking point for India’s prime minister Narendra Modi.
A few days after his election, Modi tweeted: “Time for a talk.
Time for dialogue.
Talk about what matters.”
The prime minister also talked about the time he spent on his golf course in Pune on Wednesday.
In his first post-election speech on Monday, Modi said, “It was a fantastic experience and a good opportunity to talk about a few things, like our future, our country and our destiny.
Time has come for a conversation about India’s future.
I’m very happy that my talk is being recorded.”
His first speech after he won the election was on Friday.
The Prime Minister talked about “the greatest responsibility of every person and every citizen, which is to have faith in our system, our institutions and our democracy.
I want to tell you the biggest responsibility of my government is to make sure that India remains the best and most resilient democracy.”
He said India would also have to “learn how to take care of the nation”.
In his final speech before leaving office on Sunday, Modi called on people to remain vigilant about what was happening.
“I am sure that you will also be vigilant,” he said.
“Make sure that the right things are done.
Make sure that we don’t get distracted.
Make our voices heard.”
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