Published On: Wed, May 8th, 2019

“Modi, Modi” chants have rented air across India: Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah said Wednesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi has blessings of people and he is assured to take the office once again for another five years.

He added the chanting of “Modi, Modi” is heard across the country and in all the rallies of BJP.

Shah claimed that Modi will secure his second term as prime minister on the very first day when the elections result will be announced – May 23.

Shah claimed to have visited almost the whole of India while campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections and it seems the chants of “Modi, Modi” have rented the air.

The BJP president further said that the chanting is not just a slogan but these are blessings of 124 crore people in the country.

Shah claimed that Modi will secure his second term as prime minister on the very first day when the elections result will be announced – May 23.

He praised the prime minister saying Modi is a workaholic and in past twenty years he has not taken any leave. He works for about 18 hours a day.

Shah asked people to vote for Modi as the country is safe under his government while during the regime of Sonia-Manmohan India’s jawans were slaughtered by enemies and their heads were taken away.

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He referred the Pulwama terror attack of February 14 in which India’s forty paramilitary personnel were martyred. The incidence was responded by Modi government with air strike on the terrorist camps in Pakistan and vigil at the border increased.

Shah said Modi had given a free hand to the jawans and Air Force to blow away terrorists at Balakot in Pakistan.

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