Modi, Sonia: I am a ‘great leader’ who ‘won’t be replaced’

New Delhi: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his wife Sonia Gandhi delivered a message to the nation in their Christmas speech on Monday, saying they have won the right to “stay as the leaders of the nation for generations to come”.

“I want to say thank you to the people for the overwhelming support and affection they show towards me,” the Prime Minister said.

“And I also want to tell you that, while I have not been able to win a majority for my party or for the Congress in this election, I am sure that I am one of the great leaders who will not be replaced.

Mr Modi said the country is facing a great challenge because of a lack of governance, corruption, poverty, illiteracy and social unrest.””

This is why I will never stop fighting for a country that is truly great, a country where no one can succeed and no one should fail,” he said. 

Mr Modi said the country is facing a great challenge because of a lack of governance, corruption, poverty, illiteracy and social unrest.

“Today, we are facing an existential crisis.

We have to face it with courage, with a determination that we have to keep fighting,” he added. 

“It is up to you to fight for India and you will be rewarded with a great nation that is strong and independent,” he continued. “

He said the nation had suffered in recent years from the “influence of the US and other major powers” and that the country was now facing a “difficult time”.””

It is up to you to fight for India and you will be rewarded with a great nation that is strong and independent,” he continued. 

He said the nation had suffered in recent years from the “influence of the US and other major powers” and that the country was now facing a “difficult time”.

India’s economy is in great shape, and we have done a great job in building it up,” he told the nation. “

The country is at a crossroads, but the road ahead will be long, challenging and challenging,” Mr Modi said.

“India’s economy is in great shape, and we have done a great job in building it up,” he told the nation.

“But there is no doubt that it is time for India to become a country of great strength, a great country of opportunity, and a great economy.”‘

I can be more proud of this country’Mr Modi, whose Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) holds a lead of more than a million votes in the general elections, said the party had won a historic victory and was “proud” of what it had achieved.

“The nation is proud of you.

I have seen you for many years.

I want to thank you for that.

I can be less proud of India and the country,” he had said.

Mr Modi addressed the nation at the end of the speech, saying he was “confident that we will achieve our goal of achieving the country’s dream”.

“Today the Indian people voted for a great leader and now we have come together as one nation to realise that dream,” he later added.

Mr Gandhi said that India has achieved a “great transformation” over the last decade and that this was the time to “give us the gift of freedom”.

“Our nation has come a long way,” she said.