'If exit polls come true, don't hate Modi, improve yourself': Chetan Bhagat's advice to Opposition

The author has also put four options on who will be politically 'blamed', if the exit poll projections come true on Thursday.

Published: 21st May 2019 09:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st May 2019 01:00 PM   |  A+A-

Noted writer Chetan Bhagat. (File |EPS)

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PATNA: At a time when the entire Opposition has rejected the exit poll projections on Prime Minister Narendra Modi getting another five-year term, 'the biggest selling English language novelist in India's history' Chetan Bhagat put out a tweet with a piece of advice for the opposition.

The author tweeted, "If the results are in Modi's favour on 23rd (as all exit polls are saying), just one request to the opposition. Please, please spend the next 5 years improving yourself rather than hating Modi!"

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"All the intellectuals who hate the world cannot fight the will of the people", he further wrote on the microblogging site.

Besides, he has also mentioned four options on who will be 'blamed' if the projections come true on Thursday.

"Who will the elitists/Modi haters/opposition blame this time? EVMs, Ignorant voters, anyone but themselves or all of the above? And the survey says EVMs-56%!", he said.

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  • G Manogar

    Yeah
    4 months ago reply
  • Raghu

    If poll results were wrong what is your advice sir
    4 months ago reply
  • SD

    Well said
    4 months ago reply
  • V SUBRAMANIAN

    Chetan is correct. Only positivity can bring in the right actions and results
    4 months ago reply
  • Prashant

    Bhagat is wrong. He should advice Mr Modi to improve. Mr Modi is so much lowered himself. He should behave at leasr like a Matured politician
    4 months ago reply
    • hari

      some less thinking men have so much hatred for modi that they cannot eat or shit without blaming him.
      4 months ago reply
    • mshoora

      You fool
      4 months ago reply
    • Sudhir Sawhney

      It was all started by the opposition and Modi just replied. Accuse and abuse some body day in and day out
      4 months ago reply
    • sreedhar

      you mean to say people are fool who vote BJP. Modi winning means majority people voted for him means he is much better than his counterparts
      4 months ago reply
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