The Narendra Modi government at the Centre will be rejoicing its three-year anniversary in May. And given the past 2 years, the expectation is that this year’s event is going to be huge.
To celebrate its 2 years in office, the Modi government had gone all-out with an extra-large publicity drive including a massive 200 events across the country for a fortnight starting May 26, the day Narendra Modi assumed the top office.
The carousing had begun with a Modi rally in Uttar Pradesh and ended with a gala event Ek Nai Subah at India Gate that was even joined by Bollywood celebrities.
So what all is in the pipeline for the future bash? Here is what to presume:
Whether demonetisation functioned or not, state polls were won. And so the Modi government will showcase the note ban as an achievement and testimony to the government’s seriousness in fighting against corruption, as per a report published in Economic Times. Unnamed officers told the newspaper that demonetization will be explained and misconceptions will be cleared.
In a hostile social media outreach, platforms like Facebook will be having interviews with Union ministers, experts, and senior officers organized by the ministry’s latest Media Win. In an indication that the celebrations may go on for much lengthier than last year, a massive five thousand outreach programs on having a cashless economy have been planned for three months across India.
What’s perhaps most stimulating is that the government will announce a video titled –Achhe din aa gaye (Good days have now arrived), as per an IANS report. The report claimed that Modi may finish the events with a press conference, which if happens, will be his first press conference since becoming PM. BJP MPs and legislators will have to spend 72 hours in a village in their respective constituencies, as per a DNA report.
In the media, there will be a ministry-wise comparison with the previous Congress-led UPA government’s performance according to IANS. This is in addition to publicizing the schemes and initiatives proclaimed over the last year.