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will take a big decision after winning 370 seats: Modi

Syed Azam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he will win hugely and take big decisions in the upcoming elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he will win hugely and take big decisions in the upcoming elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi probably delivered his last speech in the current Lok Sabha before the Lok Sabha elections. Modi was responding to the controversy over the motion of thanks to the President’s address.

There he claimed that the BJP alone will get 370 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. And NDA’s number of seats will exceed four hundred.

Modi did not stop here, he said, coming to power for the third time, he will take some big decisions, which will lay the foundation for the next thousand years. However, Modi did not say anything about what major decisions he might take.

He said that Modi’s guarantee, after coming to power for the third time, the government will make the country the third largest economy in the world.

Modi said, “It is only a matter of time before we come to power for the third time. And it will be done within one hundred to 125 days. I can see the mood of the country. As a result, NDA’s number of seats will exceed 400. BJP will get at least 370 seats.” After that Modi said, ‘Abki bar’, BJP MPs said, ‘Charsh par’.

Modi said Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi thought that Indians were original and unintelligent. India has suffered a lot because of this mentality. But he has full faith in the people of the country.

Modi claimed that the Congress could not get out of the family system. An opportunity came before them to play the role of the opposition. They missed that opportunity too. Mallikarjun Kharge has gone to the Rajya Sabha. Ghulam Nabi has left the party.

Modi said, Congress is repeatedly presenting that family in various ways. There is no benefit. It hurts to see Adhirbabu. He also has to worship the family system.

Congress leader Adhirranjan Chowdhury said in the Lok Sabha, “Prime Minister Modi could not be a statesman. I did not expect to hear such an indecent speech from the Prime Minister. He stayed where he was. I hoped he would try to proceed like a statesman. He loves being a well frog.”

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