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PM Modi’s vision is inspirational and reason for BJP's ever growing popularity: Shri Amit Shah
Election results in UP is historic; it is due to the welfare schemes of the Government and the PM’s vision for development: Amit Shah

BJP National President, Shri Amit Shah thanked PM Narendra Modi for his leadership and said that his vision was inspirational and reason for BJP's ever growing popularity. He termed the elections results in Uttar Pradesh as historic and said that it was due to the welfare schemes of the Government and the Prime Minister’s vision for development.

He further said that win in Uttarakhand was a result of fair and transparent governance of Prime Minister Modi and welfare schemes brought by the Government. 

Thanking people of Goa and Manipur, he said, “I thank the people of Goa for their continued support to the BJP and appreciate the efforts of our karyakartas, who are party's strength. BJP's commendable performance in Manipur is a testimony to BJP’s commitment to North East & PM Narendra Modi’s vision to develop the region.” He also thanked people of Punjab for having given BJP-SAD alliance to serve the state for ten years and congratulated Capt. Amrinder Singh on the win.

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December 12, 2017
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PM Narendra Modi will be visiting the Northeast on December 16th. In Mizoram, he will be inaugurating Turial Hydro Electric Power Plant and Launch MyDoNER App. In Meghalaya, he would be inaugurating Shillong-Nongstoin-Rongjeng-Tura Road.

The PM will also be addressing public meetings. So if you have any suggestions and insights, do share them in the comments section below. The PM may use some of the inputs during his address.