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‘For the first time since 1962…’: PM Modi arrives at BJP headquarters after ‘historic’ Lok Sabha election win

As the NDA retained power for the third consecutive term, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the Lok Sabha election results as an ‘unprecedented moment in Indian history’. The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) is set to win 240 seats on its own while National Democratic Alliance (NDA) allies lead in another 51 constituencies. Meanwhile, the INDIA bloc defied exit poll predictions to secure a lead in around 234 seats.

PM Modi’s address to the BJP party workers

Modi began his oration to party workers with chants of “Jai Jagannath” — a nod to the BJP’s sweep of Odisha Assembly elections. The BJP leader also thanked the 140 crore people of India for ‘reposing full faith’ in the BJP and NDA during the Lok Sabha Elections 2024.

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“Congress has been wiped out in Arunachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim. BJP is going to form govt in Odisha. BJP won a seat in Kerala as well… our party workers in Kerala have made a lot of sacrifices,” he added.

Modi had earlier applauded party workers for their hard work and vowed to “continue the good work done in the last decade”. 

“People have placed their faith in NDA, for a third consecutive time! This is a historical feat in India’s history. I bow to the Janata Janardan for this affection and assure them that we will continue the good work done in the last decade to keep fulfilling the aspirations of people. I also salute all our Karyakartas for their hard work. Words will never do justice to their exceptional efforts,” he tweeted as the counting of votes continued on Tuesday evening.

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(With inputs from agencies)

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