Assam Youth Worships Narendra Modi Before Election Results, Hails Him Second To Swami Vivekananda
Assam Youth Worships Narendra Modi Before Election Results, Hails Him Second To Swami Vivekananda
They also went to compare the 2-time PM to the late Indian monk and philosopher Swami Vivekananda.

Narendra Modi is set to take the oath of Prime Minister for the 3rd term after winning the 2024 Loksabha elections. According to Local 18 Assam, a group of youths at Shivbari ED Road, Malugram, Tarapur, Silchar, Assam had even worshipped Narendra Modi before the vote counting day. These people had also distributed Khichdi amongst the poor families before this important day. They said they were satisfied with Narendra Modi’s work. They felt happy feeding the poor families because as per them, their idol Narendra Modi has been doing the same as well. According to them, he is a revered person. They also compared the 2-time PM to the late Indian monk and philosopher Swami Vivekananda. As per the boys, the Varanasi MP stands second to Swami Vivekananda, in terms of spiritual strength.

They said that the present generation is proud of the current Prime Minister and were praying for his 3rd consecutive win. One of them said that India will be on the path of development under the able leadership of Narendra Modi.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA (National Democratic Alliance) won 11 out of 14 Lok Sabha seats in Assam. However, the Congress managed to snatch Jorhat, a seat where Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma personally took charge of the BJP’s poll campaign. At this seat, Congress candidate Gaurav Gogoi defeated sitting BJP MP Topon Kumar Gogoi.

Meanwhile, Narendra Modi emerged triumphant from the Varanasi seat for a third term with a victory margin of 1,52,513 votes. He defeated his nearest rival Congress’s Ajay Rai. As per the Election Commission, Narendra Modi won with 6,12,970 votes and Rai got 4,60,457 votes. The 73-year-old politician’s victory margin has been narrowed to 68 per cent. Narendra Modi was lagging behind the initial trend in the postal ballot count. Till 9:30 am, the counting showed him trailing to Rai. However, his vote margin increased as soon as the Electronic Voting Machines were opened in the next round.

Rai, however, is jubilant even after getting defeated and tells the Times of India that he has scored a “moral victory”.

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