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Lok Sabha Election results 2019: 'Modi wave' became tsunami this time says Devendra Fadnavis

Mid-Day Thursday, 23 May 2019
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday hailed BJP-led NDA's performance in the Lok Sabha elections saying the 'Modi wave' of the 2014 polls turned into a 'tsunami' this time. He was talking to reporters after the latest trends showed that the NDA appeared set to retain power at the Centre with a landslide...
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Rahul Gandhi Congratulate PM Modi for his Victory | Oneindia News 03:06

Rahul Gandhi Congratulate PM Modi for his Victory . In the first Lok Sabha election contested under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, the situation of the Congress did not get any special change compared to the last time. Rahul Gandhi, conceding defeat, congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for...

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