Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that he doesn’t have any successor and that people of the country are his successors.

While addressing the rally in Maharajganj, Bihar ahead of the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections, PM said, ‘I don’t have any successor, the people of this country are my successors.’ His comments come days after AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal claimed that Amit Shah will succeed Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his likely retirement on turning 75 next year. Arvind Kejriwal had said that PM Modi has decided to make Amit Shah his successor and to make him Prime Minister on September 17, 2025. Kejriwal had also claimed that the Modi & Shah-led BJP would remove Yogi Adityanath as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

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Hitting out at the INDIA alliance, Modi said that the Opposition’s abuses for him were increasing as June 4 (Election results date) was approaching. He said opposition cannot tolerate that the people of the country are going to elect Modi again for the next five years. Slamming the RJD ‘s rule in Bihar earlier, Modi said he was a thorn in the eyes of those who gave ‘Jungle Raj’ to Bihar.

During his address the PM also highlighted the achievements of his government and the welfare activities executed for progress of poor people and common people in Bihar. Modi also gave his guarantee that he will work hard for the people of the country and ensure India becomes a developed country.