Three performances of Congress and the worst performance of BJP… Modi shows the mirror to Rahul through statistics

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: This is a big victory for the NDA… He is going to create a record of becoming the Prime Minister of the country for the third time Narendra Modi This is the grand declaration of NDA. After being elected the leader of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) i.e. NDA Parliamentary Party, Modi addressed the function organized in the Central Hall of the old Parliament House. In his address to the leaders of all the parties of NDA and the newly elected MPs, Modi spoke of the great victory of NDA and also told about the future of the opposition alliance. Modi said that the Indian alliance is going to break up rapidly. He also said that in the three Lok Sabha elections held from 2014 to 24, this time BJP has won the least number of seats and is ahead of Congress.

Modi said- we were neither defeated nor have we lost

Modi said, 'You saw how the last two days went by. They were saying that we lost because they had to boost the morale of their workers. If we look at the figures in the history of the coalition, this is the strongest coalition government. But the effort was to not accept this victory, to keep it immersed in the shadow of defeat. But such things die quickly. The countrymen know that we were not defeated, have not lost and will not lose. But our behavior after the 4th shows our identity that we know how to digest victory.'

Modi's prediction- Opposition will sink fast

He further said, 'NDA was there earlier, NDA is there today and NDA will be there tomorrow too. So where did we go wrong brother? Just think, even after 10 years, Congress could not touch the figure of 100. And if I add the three elections of 2014, 2019 and 2024, then we have got more seats in this one election than the number of seats Congress got in all three elections. The people of India do not realize that earlier they were sinking slowly, I can see clearly – now they are going to sink fast.'

By counting the seats, Congress was shown the mirror

Keep in mind that in 2024, BJP will win the least number of seats as compared to the 2019 and 2014 Lok Sabha elections. This time BJP got only 240 seats whereas it got 303 seats in 2019 and 282 seats in 2014. On the other hand, despite performing well this time, the Congress party was reduced to 99 seats. It got 52 seats in 2019 and 44 seats in 2014. In this way, if we add the seats won in all three elections, then Congress has 195 seats which is 45 less than the 240 seats won by BJP this time. This figure is also one less than the seats won by Congress in 2014.

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