Chemistry won against arithmetic in Lok Sabha Election 2019: PM Modi
Varanasi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday said that the ‘chemistry won against the arithmetic’ in the recently concluded Lok Sabha Election 2019. He was addressing a public rally during a thanksgiving visit to his constituency Varanasi on Monday after winning from the temple city by nearly 5 lakh votes.
"UP is giving new direction to politics... 2014, 2017 and 2019 hattrick is not small. Even after this, if the eyes of political pundit do not t open, their ears do not hear the sound, then they are living in 20th century. Political pundits have to agree that there is chemistry beyond poll arithmetic," the PM said while addressing party workers in Varanasi.
He also paid a visit to the Kashi Vishwanath temple in the city and offered prayers. BJP President Amit Shah and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also present with him. For the later day, he is scheduled to address Bharatiya Janata Party workers at Deendayal Hastkala Sankul in the city.
In his pre-election trip in Varanasi, PM Modi had told the party workers that each one of them is Modi and that they had to run his campaign in his absence. He had also held a massive roadshow before filing his nomination papers on April 26.
NDA registered a mega win sweeping the Lok Sabha elections winning 352 of the 542 seats polled with BJP alone notching up 303 seats.