TDN World Desk: Some people may find his statement very similar to his apolitical interview with Akshay kumur. But, it doesn’t make any difference.

“I never had the desire to enter politics, but now that I am a part of it I give my best on how to work for the people,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday.

Interacting with a group of National Cadet Corps (NCC) cadets during his “Mann ki Baat” radio programme, Modi also said that as an NCC cadet in his school days, he never got punished.

During the interaction session one of the cadets asked him, “had you not been a politician, what would you have been,” Modi described it as a “difficult question”.

“Now this is a very difficult question because every child goes through multiple phases in life. Sometimes one wants to become this, sometimes one wants to become that, but it is true that I never had the desire to enter politics, nor I ever thought about it,” Modi replied.

Modi also revealed that he had been an avid reader, but google had affected that habit.

“I used to read books.But these days I am unable to read and due to Google, the habit of reading has deteriorated because if you want to seek a reference, then you immediately find a shortcut. As is the case with everyone, certain habits of mine have also been spoilt,” he said.