Modi blows 2014 bugle from Gujarat platform
While the BJP in Delhi was guarded in its comments about Modi being the party’s PM candidate for 2014, Modi made no bones about the fact that this verdict was a launchpad for his vault to the national capital. He asked voters to “send out this message of development to the country... This victory is for the people of India. For those in Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir, wherever in the country and who want development,” Modi said.
Earlier in the day, after the results came in, Modi met Patel and congratulated him and the state information bureau circulated pictures of the two laughing and sharing sweets.
Patel’s GPP won two seats, Visavadar and Dhari, while the Nationalist Congress Party also won two, one of which is Kutiyana, won by ‘Godmother’ Santokben Jadeja’s son Kandhal. Umreth was won by NCP state president Jayant Patel alias Boskey.
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