New ministers looking forward to fulfil 'PM Modi's expectations'
New ministers who were inducted into the Narendra Modi government on Sunday said they were looking forward to fulfill with sincerity and honesty the responsibilities entrusted on them by the Prime Minister.
New Delhi: New ministers who were inducted into the Narendra Modi government on Sunday said they were looking forward to fulfill with sincerity and honesty the responsibilities entrusted on them by the Prime Minister.
Senior BJP leader J P Nadda, who was sworn-in as a Union Cabinet minister, said that he would work to meet the expectations of the Prime Minister.
"The Prime Minister has shown his faith on me and I will fulfil his expectations. Whatever responsibility is assigned to me, I would execute it in a honest way," he said.
Another Cabinet minister Chaudhury Birender Singh said that the Prime Minister has shown a new path in politics, besides a novel working style, which has impressed the youngsters.
"The youth are expecting that something new is going to happen. If that happens, it would be good for the Indian youth," Singh added.
BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy, who took oath as Minister of State (Independent Charge), said that "it's a feeling of responsibility".
He said that the mandate is for working for the 126 crore people of the country. "I think the Prime Minister is very sensitive as to what to offer today to the people of the country," he added.
When asked about his views on the size of Council of Ministers which now has over 60 members, Rudy replied that it is important that states should be given due representation and added that the government has to govern and reach 126 crore people of India.
Senior BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, who took oath as an Minister of State (MoS), said that he has been a 'karyakarta' (worker) and will fulfill all responsibilities.
Naqvi said that any work that is allotted, has to be done with all sincerity.
BJP leader Hansraj Ahir, who is credited with having played a key role in exposing irregularities in coal block allocations, expressed confidence that the government would provide a clean regime to the people.
He said that corruption was a major issue in the last election, and the people had chosen a government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi which they believed would provide a clean government.