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Patna : PM Narendra Modi ( NaMo) on March 12, 2017, talked like a statesman while addressing a function organised at BJP Headquarters in New Delhi, 11, Ashoka Road, to felicitate him on the BJP’s mega win in Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring Uttrakhand on March 11 by saying that the government will work equally hard for even those who did not vote for the party. The government represents everyone, the PM said.

He appeared to be setting his sights beyond the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as he asked the countrymen to join him in building a new India by 2022. The PM did not lash out at the opposition parties at all and instead said all the governments had worked. He profusely thanked party president Amit Shah for the BJP’s landslide victory in UP and Uttrakhand.

Thanking the people for BJP’s big win, NaMo said that the country will march ahead faster if the poor get stronger. He said that the burden on middle class will be reduced considerably if the poor become stronger. The PM, who is now also being hailed as tsu NaMo, said that the massive mandate had made the BJP more responsible and said that the UP win has laid the foundation of a new India. He said that the big win will help in India’s rapid growth. The  BJP and allies bagged 325 out of 403 assembly  seats in UP. The BJP alone bagged 312 seats.

Meanwhile, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has said that opposition parties were wrong in criticising demonetisation in the run-up to the assembly elections in five states of the India. Congratulating the BJP for historic victories in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh, Nitish said that people from the backward classes supported the BJP in the UP.




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