Right after Prime Minister Modi filed his nomination after a massive and quintessential Modi roadshow the day before, speaking to the Media, the Prime Minister had a message for the people about casting their vote in the 2019 elections in large numbers.
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— NDTV (@ndtv) April 26, 2019
Prime Minister Modi, speaking to the Media said that some people are trying to create the impression that ‘Modi has already won’. He said this is being done so people think that since Modi has already won, it’s ok if they don’t turn up to vote in large numbers.
He then urged the people not to believe in what such elements say. Prime Minister Modi said that voting is a right of every citizen and democracy is festival and in this festival, every citizen should come out and cast their vote.
He said that the voters should vote to get a strong government to power and to ensure that the institution of democracy gets strengthened.
Interestingly, the Congress ecosystem has had a turn of heart recently. After Congress chickened out from fielding Priyanka Gandhi Vadra from Varanasi against Prime Minister Modi, the ecosystem is continually insinuating that the Congress party has given the BJP and the Prime Minister a walkover.
In fact, Indira Jaising, career PIList took to Twitter to say that whoever is the vacation judge in the Supreme Court after 26th May 2019 (Election result day), might have issues of government formation to deal with.
— indira jaising (@IJaising) April 26, 2019
Indira Jaising insinuated that after the Modi government comes back to power, the PIL cottage industry would approach the Supreme Court to challenge the formation of the government.
After the meltdown that the Congress ecosystem suffered and the potential sibling rivalry between Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was exposed in the open, PM Modi seems to believe that the narrative about Congress giving PM Modi and the BJP a walkover and the victory of BJP being obvious is a ploy to ensure voters don’t come out to vote in large numbers.