Break all voting records, urges PM Narendra Modi
Varanasi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged Varanasi voters to break all voting records in the ongoing Lok Sabha Election 2019. He also mentioned that the love from people shows the hard work of his party members.
“During yesterday’s roadshow here, I have sensed the hard work of party cadre. We have to break all voting records this time. Democracy should win and we should show this to the world,” PM Modi said amid chants of ‘Modi…Modi’.
Talking about his early days in the party as a worker, he spoke about how important it is for him to see people coming up and casting their votes.
“I have pasted posters on the wall. This election is not about Modi, it’s about you all…the party workers. Every vote is important. Mera booth, sabse mazboot (my booth, the strongest) should be the mantra for us all,” PM Modi said in an apparent attempt to connect to party’s foot soldiers.
Had a great interaction with leaders of the NDA this morning.— Chowkidar Amit Shah (@AmitShah) April 26, 2019
Sharing few pictures of our meeting. pic.twitter.com/yNbdaCJTlr
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday morning took blessings from the Kal Bhairav mandir and then went straight to the collector's office to file his nomination papers for the Lok Sabha Election 2019.