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Narendra Modi was back in office in Gandhinagar after successfully completing his whirlwind campaign. Talking to media persons briefly before stepping in his office Narendra Modi said, “I was in Himachal Pradesh yesterday and today I am back at office. From Badrinath to Kanyakumari and Kutch to Kamrup, I addressed more than 325 rallies. I saw rain at some places, felt cold at some other places; I experienced scorching sun somewhere and strong wind also at some places. I could not attend three rallies due to bad weather in which my plane could not fly.”

On over 300 hours of flying all across the country, Modi said, “Earlier elections did not span over so many phases and days. And, all politicians didn't have access to aircraft and other means of communication. I tried and made the most of the opportunity that came my way”.

The chief minister gave 40 interviews, blogged, and received the media attention. Due to his humorous yet razor-sharp speeches he was in the limelight. His speeches captivated the audience all across the nation. Modi said, “Earlier, elections did not span over so many phases and days. And, all politicians didn't have access to aircraft and other means of communication. I tried and made the most of the opportunity that came my way”. He said it was “sheer perspiration” in the end and he hoped that the voters could see it that way. He mentioned with utmost faith that BJP and NDA will form the government in Delhi.

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PM pays tribute to Maharana Pratap on his Jayanti
May 09, 2021
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has paid tribute to Maharana Pratap on his Jayanti.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said that Maharana Pratap made Maa Bharti proud by his unparalleled valour, courage and martial expertise. His sacrifice and dedication to the motherland will always be remembered, said Shri Modi.