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100 days of PM Modi government: Modi claims big changes in India, Congress calls it disorganization and disorder

Addressing the BJP’s ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally in Rohtak in Haryana, PM Modi said the BJP government has taken several important decisions during this period, including for those in the farm sector and for the national security.

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Claimed that the same period was defined by a different set of three letters – tyranny, chaos, and anarchy. Addressing the BJP’s ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally in Rohtak in Haryana, PM Modi said the BJP government has taken several important decisions during this period, including for those in the farm sector and for the national security. The Indian economy has been the worst sufferer.

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A week later, she announced the mega-merger of 10 public sector banks into four large entities to revitalize the banking sector, tackle the NPA problem and gives a boost to the economy. Punjab National Bank will merge with the Oriental Bank of Commerce and the United Bank to form India’s second-largest bank. Canara Bank and Syndicate Bank will merge to form the fourth-largest bank. Union Bank of India will merge with Andhra Bank and Corporation Bank to form the fifth-largest bank.

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar released a report card of Modi 2.0 on September 8, which outlines the key decisions taken by the Modi Government in the first hundred days of its second term. Lakhs of workers lost their jobs and instead of giving some guarantees or insuring relief to the workers, vague statements are being made by the government.

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Om Birla was appointed as the Lok Sabha speaker. He instructs members to not speak while the session is running or step out to complete their tête-à-tête. Also, Hindi is now a major language of instruction. This successful working manner of the Parliament is the first achievement of the Modi government. The Rajya Sabha also saw a hundred percent working days.

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