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May 23, 2024 12:34
NDA heading for Historic Win: Narendra Modi

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In an interview with The Economic Times, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that the National Democratic Alliance, led by the BJP, had surpassed the majority mark in the first five phases of the Lok Sabha polls. The Prime Minister stated that he received "clear signals from the people on the ground" indicating that the momentum was only "getting stronger" with each passing phase. Meanwhile, Modi noted that the Opposition looked disheartened and hopeless in comparison. He believes that the NDA will achieve a historic victory in the ongoing elections, as people are aware that Congress and its allies have already lost. Modi expects even greater support for the NDA in the remaining two phases. When asked about the recent market volatility, which some attribute to the uncertainty surrounding the election results, Modi confidently stated that the stock market would reach new record highs on June 4, when the BJP hits record numbers.

Over the past ten years, we have achieved significant "savings" and earned the trust of the stock market, which is evident in our remarkable performance. The Sensex, which was at around 25,000 points when we took office, now stands at around 75,000 points, marking a historic increase. During an interview, Modi explained that the election campaign, which initially revolved around the "Viksit Bharat" campaign, became communal and polarizing as he was exposing the Congress manifesto. He emphasized the importance of Viksit Bharat as the main issue in the 2024 election and identified 13 parameters that would mark a developed India. In terms of employment and reforms, Modi stated that he would not rely solely on high growth and would take proactive steps to create jobs for the future. He added that while high growth is essential for creating enough opportunities, they are not satisfied with just that and are actively introducing reforms to create future jobs.

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