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Together we grow, together we prosper, India wins yet again: PM Modi hails India’s mandate

PM Modi is leading in Varanasi by over 2.5 lakh votes while Amit Shah is leading in Gandhinagar by a massive margin of over 5 lakh.

Modi government has made history. With a landslide victory, PM Modi enters his second term of governance. BJP government has swept mostly all the states in India. The 2019 Modi surge has been bigger and more far-reaching than in 2014.

PM Narendra Modi took to Twitter to laud the people’s mandate. Expressing gratitude, Modi said, “India wins yet again”.

PM Modi tweeted saying, “सबका साथ + सबका विकास + सबका विश्वास = विजयी भारत. Together we grow. Together we prosper. Together we will build a strong and inclusive India. India wins yet again.”

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As per current trends available for 527 constituencies, NDA is leading in over 348  seats, while the UPA is way behind on 99 Lok Sabha seats. Other regional parties have been limited to 108 seats. Among the BJP’s star leaders, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading by over 2.5 lakh votes in Varanasi, while BJP President Amit Shah is leading by over 5 lakh votes from Gujarat’s Gandhinagar.

As per the latest data by ECI, BJP has won 2 while leading in 299 seats.

Soon after the counting for the high octane, 2019 Lok Sabha elections began today at 8 am, favourable numbers for BJP started pouring in. BJP workers went into the celebratory mode as soon as NDA crossed the majority mark, BJP workers were seen dancing on dhol beats at the party headquarters in Delhi. Sweets were also distributed by the BJP workers to passersby and motorists.

This has been a thumping victory for the BJP government and a slap on the faces of the pseudo-liberals, Congress friendly media and the opposition parties who for all this while have disparaged Modi and his governance.

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