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PM Modi broke all records, covered 1.5 lakh km
Lok Sabha elections 2019
5/19/2019 11:53:52 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 19: Braving the searing summer heat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew over 1.5 lakh km and addressed 142 public rallies across India as part of the election campaign. He became the first-ever Prime Minister to do so in the electoral history of India post-1952. It was in 1952 that India witnessed the first general election.
"Since Independence, the most hardworking, extensive election campaign was this one, and Modi's outreach was unprecedented. There is virtually no part of the country where Modi did not visit between February-May", reports from New Delhi said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's campaign started on 28 March from Meerut in UP and Akhnoor in Jammu, and since then he addressed 142 public rallies. He also conducted 4 massive four road shows, including the one at Varanasi from where he is contesting election for the second time. "Narendra Modi had addressed around 1.5 crore people in these rallies directly," reports further said.
The 2019 general election, like the 2014 general election was not really an election in the real sense of the term; it was a sort of referendum with Narendra Modi the sole issue in the election. The people either voted for him or voted against him. The BJP Candidates didn't matter anywhere in the country. The whole opposition in the country also made PM Narendra Modi the sole election plank and repeatedly declared that their one-point agenda was to defeat Narendra Modi and dislodge his government. The parties from the Congress to SP to BSP to TMC to RJD to NCP to JDS to AAP to CPI to CPI-M to PDP to NC to RLD to DMK to TDP to Muslim League to TRS, to mention only a few, left no stone unturned to motivate the electorate against the PM.
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