I am seeing a new India the way people voted in the just ended assembly elections: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is moved by the way people of the country have stood by him in the assembly elections and sees a new India forming

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New Delhi, March 13, 2017: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday he was seeing a new India the way people voted in the just ended assembly elections.

“Despite the absence of any emotional issue, so many came forward to vote. I am seeing a new India here,” Modi told party leaders and activists at the party headquarters on Ashoka Road.

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“People are saying ‘Give us an opportunity, we will work hard’. This is the foundation of a new India,” Modi said. “The election victory is a pious order of the people.”

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Modi’s comments came a day after the BJP swept to power in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and has vowed to form governments in Manipur and Goa too. (IANS)

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