"In his first address in Parliament after becoming the prime minister, Modi announced that his government was for the weak and poor people and he has lived up to it by empowering rather than giving out freebies to the people through his schemes," Ms Swaraj said.
The function, organised by the Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was attended by beneficiaries of schemes such as Mudra, Kaushal Vikas Yojna, Jan Dhan and Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojna.
"The Modi government has also empowered Indians living in other countries and they believe it will come to their rescue whenever they will need help," Ms Swaraj said.
In the last three years, the government had managed to evacuate 1.25 lakh people from troubled places in different parts of the world. "Of this, the government paid for the evacuation of over 80,000 people. From Yemen, where only India could manage to evacuate people, we also helped and took out 1,947 foreigners, including three Pakistani nationals," Ms Swaraj said.
"The prime minister only suggested holding an International Yoga Day on June 21, and within a record time of 75 days it was accepted by the United Nations with 177 countries coming forward as co-sponsors of the proposal and none against it," Ms Swaraj said.
MPs, MLAs and municipal councillors should create awareness about the Modi government's achievements through door-to-door contact with people in their areas, Ms Swaraj added. Among those present at the event were Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari, BJP Vice-President Shyam Jaju and South Delhi MP Ramesh Bidhuri.
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