Addressing the celebration rally at Ahmedabad, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the election victory and the mandate given by people to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is a huge responsibility. He also took the opportunity to take a dig at political pundits who failed to predict the outcome of this elections.
“After the sixth phase of polling, I had said that it is 300 plus for us. When I said it, people mocked me. But, the results are for everyone to see,” said an over-confident Modi. He also expressed his love for Gujarat. “I am here for a ‘darshan [an occasion to see something holy]’ of the people of Gujarat. The blessings of the state’s citizens have always been very special for me,” he said.
Gujarat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves at BJP supporters outside the party office in Ahmedabad. BJP President Amit Shah also present. pic.twitter.com/o2BIVWxvKZ
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Modi, who will take charge as Prime Minister on Thursday, as usual, continued his fake promises. He said that the coming 5 years will be spent solving the problems of common citizens.
“We have to further enhance India’s position at the world stage,” he said. “The coming five years have to be years of ‘Jan Bhagidari [public participation]’ and ‘Jan Chetna [public consciousness]’.”