Modi Breaks Own Record, Addresses at 100 Locations - The New Indian Express

Modi Breaks Own Record, Addresses at 100 Locations

Published: 12th April 2014 11:37 AM

Last Updated: 12th April 2014 11:40 AM

A large number of people listened to BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi through 3D hologram technology at Exhibition Ground here on Friday as he spoke about his vision of a better India.

Modi reached out to people at more than 100 locations across 20 States including Odisha. Apparently, he broke his own world record of addressing public through 3D hologram at 53 locations earlier.

Modi said India already has three Ds - demographic dividend, democracy and demand - which will be instrumental in making it a world power.

He also urged the youths to cast their votes and said, “I consider this increase in number of young voters as a hopeful country voting collectively towards a better future.”

Even though the crowd at the Exhibition Ground was meagre at the beginning of the speech, more people started trickling in gradually and eventually increased manifold by the time he concluded it.

 Tapping the nerve of the crowd, he took a dig at the Congress Government at the Centre by claiming that the country is tired with the ‘rule of mother-son’.

“They are still using divide and rule and communal factors to attract votes. Things are about to change after May 16,” he added.

He concluded his speech by making the audience chant ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ to which the young and old alike obliged with vigour.

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