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Lok Sabha results: PM Modi vows 'every moment of my life, every fibre of my being devoted to nation'

IndiaTimes Thursday, 23 May 2019
PM Modi on Thursday promised to devote "every moment" of his time and "every fibre" of his being for the people of India and said the country will now have only two castes — the poor and those who want to alleviate poverty. In the speech after BJP's victory, Modi told the supporters that the election has thrown up a mandate to build a new India.
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