Key aide of Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, on Wednesday said people were seeing a ray of hope in the BJP's prime ministerial candidate.
Addressing the media after casting his vote in Naranpura area of the city, Shah expressed confidence about BJP's win.
"There is no doubt in saying that 'Ab ki baar Modi sarkar'. People are fed up with Congress. They are seeing a ray of hope in Modi," he said.
"I have been going to different parts of the country ahead of elections and met lakhs of party workers. After meeting them and many other common people, I realised that millions of citizens want to see Modi as India's next Prime Minister," said Shah, who is the party in-charge of Uttar Pradesh.
To a question on Modi's priorities if he became the PM, Shah claimed, "After Modi becomes PM, all development- related projects in India will be completed in next 10 years."