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Narendra Modi `mahanayak` of BJP`s grand victory: Amit Shah

Zee News Thursday, 23 May 2019
Hitting out at opposition parties for forming alliances to defeat Modi, he said that BJP was fighting for 50 per cent votes and today the party has garnered over 50 per cent vote share in 17 states including Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
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