2019 Lok Sabha elections: Prime Minister Modi makes an emotional appeal to the voters of Varanasi



LUCKNOW: An Emotional Chord With The Voters Of The Temple City, Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Tuesday He Described Himself As A ' Kashi-vaasi ' And He Looked For His Blessings To Pave The Way For His Choice Lok Sabha For A Second Term From The Seat.

In Appointing Kashi As His Guiding Spirit, The Prime Minister Said That His Link With The Holy City Was Very Strong Since He Had Come Several Times In The Last Five Years, And Added That It Is Believed That If A Person Comes Here Once, He It Turns Into An Inseparable Part Of The City.

The Prime Minister Had Come Here The Last Time On April 26 To Present His Nomination Documents. Modi Performed A Great Roadshow During Which He Said He Would Return To The People To Thank Them Once The Results Of The Elections Were Published, Which Implies That He Could Not Come Here To Campaign.

In 2014, Modi Won The Varanasi Lok Sabha Seat, Defeating Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal By A Huge Margin Of 3.37 Lakh Votes. Modi Had Polled 5,16,593 Votes, About Half The Total Votes, While Congress ' Finished Third

Rai Returns To Be The Candidate Of The Congress This Time Of The Circumscription That Goes To The Urns On May 19, While The ' Gathbandhan ' Has Presented An SP Candidate As Its Joint Candidate.

In An Appeal Recorded On Video, Modi Said It Was A Great Satisfaction For Him That He Was Serving The City, Whose Deity He Presides Is Lord Vishwanath.

On His Appeal, The Prime Minister Mentioned The Developments That Have Transformed Varanasi And Its Neighborhood, And Cited The Construction Of A Highway, A Railway Station And A Multimodal Terminal On The Ganga River.

Modi, However, Said That There Is Still Much To Be Done, A Task That, According To Him, Will Complete Together With People So That The Speed Of Development Does Not Stop.

" I Know All Kashi Residents Fight Against Elections And As Narada Modi," He Said He Finished His Appeal By Asking The Voters To Participate In The Largest Celebration Of Large-scale Democracy And Create A Record.

Varanasi Votes On May 19 In The Last Round Of The Seven-phase Lok Sabha Polling, Which Began On April 11.

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