PM Modi: Following the BJP’s significant victory in the Nagaland and Tripura Assembly elections on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed BJP members. PM Modi stated that the northeast is no longer “far from Delhi, nor far from the heart,” noting that the poll results were indicative of significant change in the area.
PM Modi congratulates BJP workers
In his speech, Prime Minister Modi urged members of the BJP to use the flashlight function on their phones to “show respect for our brothers and sisters in the northeast.” He congratulated BJP workers in Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland and thanked the people of those states for their support. The election results, according to PM Modi, demonstrate to the country and the world that democracy is thriving in India. In the past, violence and blockades frequently hampered elections in the northeast, but this time, PM Modi noted, the area experienced significant change and new thinking.
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Many analysts are attempting to understand why the BJP won
The BJP government’s work, the party’s work culture, and the commitment of its employees are the “Triveni” of the party, according to the Prime Minister, who noted that many analysts are attempting to understand why the BJP won.
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