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Top BJP leaders including party president Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and NDA leaders are expected to accompany PM Modi as he files his nomination papers today. Follow for live updates.

PM Modi Urges Varanasi To Break All Voting Records: Highlights

PM Modi will soon file his nomination papers in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will file his nomination for Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh today. The prime minister addressed a gathering of BJP workers. He will be visiting the famous Kal Bhairav temple in the city. He will then visit the city’s collectorate to file his nomination papers.

On Thursday, PM Modi held a mega roadshow in Varanasi and passed by ancient temples and ghats – the seven-kilometre-long roadshow took two-and-a-half hours and finally ended in the holiest ghat of them all, the Dashashwamedh. The prime minister also attended the evening aarti at this ghat on the banks of the river Ganga.

Here are the LIVE Updates on PM Modi in Varanasi:

                           

Here are the LIVE Updates on PM Modi in Varanasi:

Apr 26, 2019
11:44 (IST)
PM Modi Files Nomination Papers

PM Modi files nomination papers at Collectorate Office in Varanasi for 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Live: PM Modi files his nomination papers in from where he is seeking re-election https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1gqxvVmALepxB 

Live: PM Modi files his nomination in Varanasi

11:32:25 (IST)

PM Modi at Collectorate Office in Varanasi

PM Modi arrives at the District Magistrate’s office to file his nomination papers in Varanasi https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1ynJORbmlwOGR 

Live: PM Modi to file his nomination papers in Varanasi

11:28:17 (IST)

BJP Chief Amit Shah tweets photos from NDA meet

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Had a great interaction with leaders of the NDA this morning.
Sharing few pictures of our meeting.

11:22:54 (IST)

PM Modi meets NDA leaders at Collectorate Office in Varanasi.

Apr 26, 2019
11:20:45 (IST)
PM Modi reaches Collectorate Office to file nomination papers from Varanasi.
11:19:47 (IST)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi walks towards Collectorate Office to file his nomination papers from Varanasi.

11:16 (IST)

NDA leaders including Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar, Shiv Sena party chief Uddhav Thackrey, AIADMK’s O Panneerselvam, Lok Janshakti Party president  Ram Vilas Pawan at Collectorate Office to support PM Modi as he files his nomination papers.

10:51 (IST)

PM Modi visits Kaal Bhairav Temple in Varanasi before filing his nomination papers.

 

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10:48:03 (IST)
PM Modi on his way to file his nomination papers from Varanasi.
10:21 (IST)

PM Modi in Varanasi tells BJP workers: “When a party worker goes out of home, he tells his mother: I am out to serve the BJP, if i don’t return alive, ensure my younger brother serves the party from tomorrow. This is a true story.”

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“Whether I win or not is not important. It’s the democracy that should win”: PM Modi in Varanasi

 

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10:15 (IST)
PM Modi to BJP workers:
 
  • I want to tell you how to cut costs. Every party worker should be responsible for 10 families. Start visiting homes of these voters (as a part of door-to-door campaigns), have breakfast with them, they will offer you tea, you can read their newspaper. Without any expenses, you would be spreading the word.
  • Also, avoid negativity. Read the NaMo App, especially the first time voters should.
  • The post of PM is not for fun. It is not for the family members (nephews, daughters, etc). It is for the over 130 crore people of India.
  • The mood is festive from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
10:14:09 (IST)
Friendship, Love important in politics: PM Modi
“If you are Modi’s soldier, don’t get motivated by those who debate on the TV. Friendship, love is important in politics which is gradually fading away. We need to bring that back. No matter how much anyone abuses Modi, you need not worry,” PM Modi tells BJP workers in Varanasi.
10:09 (IST)
“The media will no longer have an interest in the Varanasi election as they won’t get any more TRPs. They will also assume Modi has won,” says PM Modi while addressing BJP workers in Varanasi.
10:05:49 (IST)
Home Minister and BJP leader Rajnath Singh tells news agency ANI: NDA will get 3/4th majority in the country.
10:05 (IST)

Minister of External Affairs of India and BJP leader Sushma Swaraj says: “The people of Varanasi are very lucky as they are choosing the prime minister of India, while people of other constituencies are choosing their MPs.”

 

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External Affairs Minister and BJP leader @SushmaSwaraj: The people of are very lucky as they are choosing the Prime Minister of India, while people of other constituencies are choosing their MPs (ANI)

10:01 (IST)
Electing the government is in hands of citizens, running it is our responsibility, says PM Modi in Varanasi.
“I will not enjoy winning the elections if my workers lose at any of the polling booths. There should only be one ‘mantra’ now: Mera booth, sabse mazboot. (My booth, the strongest)”
PM Modi also asked BJP workers to break all voting records.
10:01 (IST)
Leaders present during NDA meet in Varanasi

Nitish Kumar, Uddhav Thackrey, Ram Vilas Paswan, O Panneerselvam among those present during NDA meet ahead of filing of nomination papers of PM Modi.

Janata Dal United’s Nitish Kumar and Lok Janshakti Party’s Ram Vilas Paswan meet BJP chief Amit Shah during NDA leaders meet in Varanasi

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09:54:20 (IST)

“Entire country wants Modi sarkar again,” says PM Modi.

“Entire country wants ‘Modi sarkar’ again”: PM Modi addresses party workers in

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“Newspapers haven’t made us big”: PM Modi in pic.twitter.com/JXMZkNfvd4

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09:49 (IST)
PM Modi in Varanasi:
I have never denied workers whenever they have asked me for an appointment. I have always been available to people and party workers.
We are just like a “chota sipahi” (small soldiers) for our motherland (India). I come from a humble family to work for the nation.
This election is not about Modi. it’s about these party workers. Every vote is important.
Forget if Modi wins or loses, whatever happens to Modi will be seen by Mother Ganga (referring to River Ganga).
“There are two aspects to this national election: First, winning Varanasi. I think we have already won the temple town, as was already evident yesterday. Second, winning a poll booth. I want the democracy to win”
09:48:55 (IST)

“I have been a grassroot worker myself. Have pasted posters on the wall,” says PM Modi in Varanasi.

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Addressing BJP Karyakartas in Kashi. Watch. https://www.pscp.tv/w/b5J7MTMyMjExNTJ8MURYeHlOUGJYUVdLTZ2VF_lXXm7nY9BupxbfNuVmVZxpdXfExmgZtpEEdf1O 

 

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Addressing BJP Karyakartas in Kashi. Watch.

09:37 (IST)

PM Modi addresses BJP workers in Varanasi

I am extremely grateful for a warm welcome. Yesterday (during the roadshow), I saw a family member in every resident of Varanasi.
I have been travelling across the country since the past one and half months and gauging the elections. Me, Amit Shah, and Yogi Adityanath are just karyakartas (workers), it is the people who are fighting the elections this time.
The political pundits, after the polls, will be analysing how the nation is witnessing a “pro-incumbency” wave for the first time after independence.
09:17:02 (IST)

BJP president Amit Shah attends an NDA leaders’ meet in Varanasi ahead of PM Narendra Modi’s filing of nomination from Varanasi.

07:51 (IST)

Top leaders to accompany PM Modi

Several BJP bigwigs including party president Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and top NDA leaders are expected to accompany the Prime Minister as he files his nomination papers from Varanasi. PM Modi is expected to file the same before noon today.
07:49 (IST)
PM Modi reaches Assi Ghat in Varanasi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins his day by visiting the Assi Ghat in Varanasi. Ahead of filing his nomination papers, PM Modi will address party workers and then visit the Kal Bhairav temple.

 

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“Would Priyanka Gandhi Drink It Before?” Nitin Gadkari Says On Ganga Clean-Up

                                    

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari downplayed Congress’s star campaigner Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s three-day boat ride in the river Ganga last week when she made several pit-stops and sought support for the party for the national election.

Asked about the impact of Ms Vadra in Uttar Pradesh politics, Mr Gadkari said: “I don’t think that she would make any impact.”

“If I had not made the Allahabad-Varanasi waterway, how could she (Priyanaka Gandhi Vadra) have travelled? She also drank Ganga water. Could she have done the same under the UPA government? By March 2020, river Ganga will be 100 per cent per cent clean,” Mr Gadkari told news agency ANI.

The minister said the BJP was a cadre-based party which opposed dynasty and caste politics.

Priyanka Gandhi began her boat campaign from Prayagraj and ended it in Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency. During her journey that covered 100 km, she interacted with people who live by the river. She also hit out at the BJP and the Yogi Adityanath government.

Priyanka Gandhi, 47, was tasked with leading the party campaign in the eastern half of Uttar Pradesh in January.

The Congress is banking on Priyanka Gandhi to boost its campaign in Uttar Pradesh after years in the margins of a politically vital state that has given the party some of its most iconic leaders, including prime ministers.

In 2014, the Congress was reduced to just two seats in the 80-seat UP, retaining just the Amethi and Raebareli constituencies of Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi. For years, Priyanka Gandhi had confined herself to campaigning just in these two seats.

On her boat ride from Prayagraj to Varanasi, he said: “If I had not constructed the waterways, how she could have travelled. I got to know that she drank Ganga water. These two things prove that she has accepted our good work.”

“I am confident that the Ganga will be 100 per cent clean by March 2020. We will show the world that our heritage river and symbol of our rich history and culture is restored. We will overcome. We are also working to clean the Yamuna river. Thirteen projects are already going on for cleaning and with these the sewage water going into the Yamuna will be stopped. A change can be seen in the next one year,” he said.

The central government approved the ‘Namami Gange‘ program in May 2015 as a comprehensive approach to rejuvenate the Ganga and all its tributaries under one umbrella by consolidating existing ongoing efforts.

 

 

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No ‘220 club’ in BJP hoping to replace PM Modi: Nitin Gadkari

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The minister expressed confidence that the development work done by the government would enthuse people to support the BJP and grant them a second term

 

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Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said there is no ‘220 club’ in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) hoping for a reduced tally, which could see the emergence of an alternative to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Speaking to The Times of India, Gadkari rejected any discussion of a possible alternative candidate and asserted that the party will return to power with a full majority under PM Modi’s stewardship.

Gadkari’s name has often been the subject of speculation as an ‘acceptable’ candidate if the saffron party falls significantly short of majority.

The Union minister for Road Transport & Highways told the newspaper: “I don’t do such calculations or have any such expectations, I am a worker of the party. I am sure that the work done under PM Modi will result in a full majority. No such situation is going to happen.”

Gadkari expressed confidence that the development work done by the government would enthuse people to support the BJP and give them a second term.

Most opinion polls between November 2018 and February had shown the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) failing to secure a majority on its own. However, recent opinion surveys, conducted after the Pulwama terror attack and Indian Air Force (IAF)’s air strike at Balakot, show the NDA crossing the half-way mark on its own steam.

 

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For months now, reports have suggested that Gadkari — who is considered close to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) — could be a consensus candidate within the BJP, if the party is required to seek external support to form the government. Speaking to the newspaper, Gadkari rejected the speculation.

Recently, the Member of Parliament (MP) from Nagpur, played an important behind-the-scene role in ensuring the BJP retained power in Goa after the death of then Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar.

 

In 2017 too, after the BJP failed to attain majority in the state Assembly polls, Gadkari had flown down to help the BJP cobble up an alliance with smaller parties in the coastal state, after which a government was formed under Parrikar’s leadership.

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Nitin Gadkari confident of BJP forming govt in Chhattisgarh, MP & Rajasthan

Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday exude 100 percent confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will form its government in the current elections in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. While talking about what the BJP government has done and it is doing for the development of Rajasthan, Nitin Gadkari said, “I have toured Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan and I am very confident that the BJP will form the Government again in all three states with majority.”