After completing his recent visits to Kedarnath and Badrinath, PM Narendra Modi interacted with ministers in BJP headquarter.
PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday likened his campaign for this Lok Sabha election to a pilgrimage, saying it stood out from other polls as it was being fought by the people and not the party alone.
He made these remarks at a meeting of ministers of NDA government at the BJP headquarters where he thanked them for their work, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar told reporters.
“I have seen many elections but this one was beyond politics. The public was fighting them. I have campaigned in assembly elections and undertaken political tours for the party in different elections. When I toured during these polls, it seemed that I was on a pilgrimage,” the PM was quoted as saying.
Recently, various exit polls have predicted a walkover win for NDA over the opposition. PM Modi remark came after a group of opposition leaders met EC over EVM tempering issue.
Reportedly, the apex court has also denied for 100% macting of VVPAT slips, a demand of opposition.