In his first speech as the next prime minister, Narendra Modi will set out his vision of a nation that is inclusive and democratic.
He will not make the case that the current political establishment is a force for progress.
He wants a vision of India that is rooted in the common people, not just the elite.
This will not be a radical shift, but it will be a change in how politics is conducted.
The Indian prime minister’s speech will be followed by the swearing-in of the first female cabinet ministers and the launch of the government’s “Vision 2025” in Parliament on January 7.
The new government will take the lead in a sweeping transformation of the country.
In the process, the PM will have to convince voters of his commitment to change and to his core values of tolerance, compassion and equality.
The country is divided into two sections, he will say, with the middle-class working class and the working-class poor.
The prime minister will make it clear that the middle class and poor are not the same.
They need to be integrated.
He must make it a priority to bring together the middle and the poor in the fight against poverty.
In this context, he is going to emphasise the importance of providing financial and social assistance to the poor.
He is also going to make it an imperative that every Indian family get at least one child and that every child should get at most two.
The next cabinet will include a cabinet composed of women.
It will also include women in the cabinet, including women who have served as ministers and ministers in the past.
They will be the first women to serve as prime ministers in India.
The PM will talk about the need to transform India into a nation where there is equal opportunity for all.
He should stress that India is an open society and that it is not only about caste or religion.
He said he wants to create a new vision of Indian society, one that is open, inclusive and tolerant.
He has said he will try to make this a national agenda.
The Prime Minister will say that the Indian people have a right to vote for a woman as the first woman to serve in the country’s top job.
He also says he will bring together an ambitious and diverse cabinet.
The Cabinet will be led by an eminent woman, with a diverse mix of experience, and will be headed by a woman with experience in finance and finance policy.
The Prime Minister is also expected to make a bid to form a new government led by the Prime Minister.
The first woman in the post will be Arvind Kejriwal, who is widely expected to run for the leadership of the AAP party in Delhi.
The party is hoping to elect a female leader.
The prime minister is expected to announce a major overhaul of the Indian judiciary, which has been criticised for some time for being unbalanced and politicised.
He says the new cabinet will make a big difference in the way courts interpret the laws and will improve the judiciary’s impartiality.
The new government is expected also to appoint a new secretary-general to the Indian High Commission in London.
The PM will also announce a new policy to strengthen the defence ties between India and the US.
The relationship between India’s two allies, which is a major source of trade, is expected be strengthened.
India will also be able to invest more in defence projects in the US, he said.
Modi is also expecting to announce the appointment of the nation’s first woman president, Narendra Shukla, and a new cabinet headed by him.
The government is also set to appoint three members to the Council of Economic Advisers.
He’s expected to appoint six members to a new Standing Committee on Economic Affairs, including a woman member, and two members to an advisory body.
The next cabinet also will have three members from the new advisory body, the National Advisory Council.
The New Delhi government will also focus on women’s rights and the right to education.
The state of women’s empowerment is going through a transformation, the Prime Minster said, and there will be more focus on these issues.
This is not a moment to talk about gender quotas, he added.
He promised that India will not shy away from talking about gender issues.
The Government will be making an important contribution to global efforts to combat gender inequality, he promised.
India’s new prime minister also said that India has a responsibility to fight poverty and social exclusion, and that India should make a contribution to improving the lives of the poor and disadvantaged.
The world is watching India, and India’s leadership will help bring about a transformation in the world, he also said.
The world is also watching India’s transition, the prime minister said, but this is a moment for India to be active in the global arena.
He would continue to work for a country that is committed to human rights and democracy, the new prime minster said.
He stressed the need for a world where all people are equal, but also where everyone is given a fair chance.