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NDA understands national interest, regional aspirations: PM Modi in Kanyakumari

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NDA understands national interest, regional aspirations: PM Modi in Kanyakumari

NDA understands national interest, regional aspirations: PM Modi in Kanyakumari

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 02 said that BJP and its alliance understands national interest and regional aspirations.

He asserted that National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is the believers in the federal structure of India.

"I would urge my sisters and brothers of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry to bless NDA in the upcoming polls," he said.


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