No matter how well the photo of opposition leaders is clicked, it cannot win people's trust: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi mocks opposition parties following BJP's victory in assembly elections in Hindi heartland, stating that their alliance cannot win the trust of the people. He criticizes the arrogant attitude of the opposition alliance and emphasizes the need to serve the country to gain the people's hearts. Modi warns against engaging in foul talk, despair, and negativity, as it does not resonate with the people. He also calls out the Congress' alliance partners for allying with corrupt individuals and hindering development and welfare.
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