Prime minister Modi visits Varanasi to say thank you
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi in eastern Uttar Pradesh today after his avalanche win in the national election. This is PM Modi's first visit to Varanasi subsequent to winning from that point for the second time.
He visited the well-known Kashi Vishwanath temple in the temple town on the banks of River Ganga and will later deliver BJP specialists to praise his enormous triumph. He made a trip to the temple by the street. BJP chief Amit Shah and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are with PM Modi in Varanasi.
The Varanasi visit comes three days before he makes a vow in the wake of being re-chosen as Prime Minister for a second term.
"This is our fortune that Prime Minister will perform puja with all ceremonies as he did in 2014 Lok Sabha and state elections. He is the greatest lover of Vishwanath baba. Indeed, even before the ceremonies begin, he commits himself to god, you can see tears of dedication in his eye," minister Acharya Ashok Dwivedi told.
PM Modi won from Varanasi by an immense edge of 4.79 lakh cast a ballot. He held his seat as well as observed his triumph edge increment by about a lakh cast a ballot when contrasted with 2014.
In a video message in front of the May 19 polling, PM Modi had considered himself a "Kashivasi (an occupant of Varanasi)" and termed the city his controlling soul.
PM Modi on Sunday met his 98-year-old mother in Ahmedabad. While there, he likewise held a rally and tended to the general population of his home state, which he administered as a Chief Minister for a long time. He rehashed that the election had a master incumbency wave. "After the 6th phase of polling, I had said that it's 300 or more for us. When I said it, individuals derided me? In any case, the outcomes are for the general public's viewing pleasure," he said.