WATCH: PM Modi On Who Would Be His 'Successor'

PM Narendra Modi said that he would work very hard for the bright future of the children of the country and did not want the next generation to face problems that people have faced today.
PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi

Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday explained in a rally about who his successor would be, days after Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal claimed that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be the PM when Modi turns 75. Addressing a rally in Bihar, the Prime Minister said that people of the country were his successors as he did not have any other successor.
"Modi is a person who does not have any personal "virasat" (legacy). For me, you are my legacy, you are my successors. I don't have any other successor," the Prime Minister said.
He added that he would work very hard for the bright future of the children of the country and did not want the next generation to face problems that people have faced today.
PM Modi's statement came days after Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal cited the "75 years age rule in BJP" and claimed that Amit Shah would be Modi's successor when Prime Minister turns 75 next year. However, the BJP refuted the claims and said that PM Modi will continue to lead the nation.
"These people ask INDIA bloc about their (PM) face. I ask BJP who will be their PM? Modi ji is turning 75 on September 17 next year. He had made the rule that people aged 75 will be retired. They retired LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Sumitra Mahajan," the Delhi CM had said.
Speaking in East Champaran, the Prime Minister said that in the fifth phase, the INDI alliance has been completely defeated. "India of the 21st Century cannot move forward with the sins of the INDI alliance. And that is why in every election the public is strongly attacking parties like Congress and RJD. On June 4, there will be an attack on corruption, politics of appeasement, tukde tukde gang..." the PM said.
Five phases of the Lok Sabha Elections have concluded and two more phases will be held on May 25 and June 1. The results will be declared on June 4.
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