CM casts vote for 2012 Gujarat Assembly Elections!

Published By : Admin | December 17, 2012 | 11:14 IST
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Shri Narendra Modi casts his vote for the 2012 Gujarat Vidhan Sabha Elections

Shri Modi casts vote at a school in Ranip in Ahmedabad

Very large number of people show their solidarity with Shri Modi when he came to vote

Voters will give a hat trick of victory to BJP in these elections: Shri Modi

On the morning of Monday 17th December 2012 Shri Narendra Modi cast his vote for the 2012 Gujarat Vidhan Sabha elections at a school in the Ranip area of Ahmedabad. A very large number of people were present to express their solidarity when the Chief Minister exercised his franchise.

Shri Modi expressed his gratitude to the voters and expressed confidence that the voters will give a hat trick of victory to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).He affirmed that the mood of the people around indicates the mood in the elections.

Shri Modi stated, “I have always worked for six crore Gujaratis. I feel that working for the people of my state is also serving the nation in way.”

Earlier in the morning Shri Modi Tweeted, “Going to cast my vote for Gujarat Elections 2012. Let's vote and break our own record of the 1st phase!”

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