Narendra Modi says 2014 polls historic opportunity to vote for developed India
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Last Updated: Wednesday, March 05, 2014, 15:04
  
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New Delhi: Shortly after the Election Commission of India announced the schedule for Lok Sabha polls, Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that the upcoming polls are a historic opportunity to lay foundation of a developed India and urged the electorates to make the right choice.

Reacting to EC's decision of organising 9,30,000 camps on March 09 to register new names in the electoral rolls, the BJP strongman welcomed the move and thanked the poll panel for giving all eligible voters one last chance to ensure that they are registered. He appealed to voters to use the opportunity given to them by the EC.

The Gujarat Chief Minister, who is very popular on social networking websites, expressed his views on Twitter.

Here are some of his tweets”





The elections would see more than 81.4 crore voters exercise their ballot; the number of voters is 10 crore more than the last general election held in 2009. The Gujarat CM, who is a hit amongst the youngsters and repeatedly tries to attract them with his fiery speeches welcomed the first time voters: Modi tweeted:



Modi appealed to the people to vote for the BJP-led NDA. “I call upon the people of India to bless us, give BJP-led NDA a majority & make Mission272+ a grand reality for the prosperity of India,” the BJP leader's tweet said.


First Published: Wednesday, March 05, 2014, 13:54


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