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Assembly Polls: Mandate Also For Modi's Leadership, Says Munde

Congratulating the voters in the four states for giving mandate to BJP, senior party leader Gopinath Munde today claimed it was also a vote for Narendra Modi, BJP's prime ministerial candidate.

"Modi's leadership which pressed for good governance and corruption has proved to be successful. In all the four states -- Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Delh-- where the election results were declared BJP has got phenomenal success," Munde told reporters at state BJP headquarters here.

"This victory is a rehearsal for Lok Sabha polls," he added.

"Congress has lost its prestige in Delhi. Rahul Gandhi has proved to be incapable. Primarily he has failed to lead the Congress," said Munde, Deputy Leader of BJP in the Lok Sabha.

"Modi has received people's support and it will eventually benefit the NDA in Lok Sabha elections."

BJP cadres celebrated the results here with drums and firecrackers.

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2/D-139
Dec 08, 2013
07:13 PM

Harun,

Let us continue to believe that there is no NAMO factor or there is no RG factor in this election results and everything will be fine.

 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
1/D-128
Dec 08, 2013
05:35 PM

Munde Saab,Chauhan won on his own,Kejriwal stumped out the Congress.

Jogi stopped Raman Singh.

Honestly were is Namo factor here.

harun, chennai
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