Gujarat elections: When PM Narendra Modi stood in queue to cast his vote

Dec 14, 2017, 23:44 PM IST
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PM Narendra Modi gave a good example of how he is not above the common Indian voter when he stood in queue to cast his vote in Gujarat assembly elections 2017

PM Narendra Modi gave a good example of how he is not above the common Indian voter when he stood in queue to cast his vote in Gujarat assembly elections 2017

PM Narendra Modi gave a good example of how he is not above the common Indian voter when he stood in queue to cast his vote in Gujarat assembly elections 2017. (Photo courtesy: Twitter/@BJP4India)

 

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Modi, after arriving at the polling booth set up in Nishan High School of Ranip area, which is part of Sabarmati constituency, also bowed to greet his elder brother Somabhai Modi who was present there

Modi, after arriving at the polling booth set up in Nishan High School of Ranip area, which is part of Sabarmati constituency, also bowed to greet his elder brother Somabhai Modi who was present there

Modi, after arriving at the polling booth set up in Nishan High School of Ranip area, which is part of Sabarmati constituency, also bowed to greet his elder brother Somabhai Modi who was present there. (Photo courtesy: Twitter/@BJP4India)

 

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After casting his vote, he showed his inked finger to thousands of supporters who had gathered outside and were chanting "Modi...Modi"

After casting his vote, he showed his inked finger to thousands of supporters who had gathered outside and were chanting

After casting his vote, he showed his inked finger to thousands of supporters who had gathered outside and were chanting "Modi...Modi". (Photo courtesy: Reuters)

 

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The Prime Minister walked some distance to greet the people standing on both sides of the road

The Prime Minister walked some distance to greet the people standing on both sides of the road

The Prime Minister walked some distance to greet the people standing on both sides of the road. (Photo courtesy: IANS)

 

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Then he stood on the footboard of his car and waved to the crowd

Then he stood on the footboard of his car and waved to the crowd

Then he stood on the footboard of his car and waved to the crowd. (Photo courtesy: PTI)

 

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The Congress however alleged that the PM's walk amounts to a "road show" while the state was still voting in the final phase of assembly elections

The Congress however alleged that the PM's walk amounts to a

The Congress, however, alleged that the PM's walk amounts to a "road show" while the state was still voting in the final phase of assembly elections. (Photo courtesy: PTI)

 

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