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Narendra Modi Reigns Supreme On Twitter

Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala on Wednesday said the Prime Minister was "baffled" on seeing the BJP "losing" the Gujarat elections and that's why he is forced to resort to making irrelevant statements and talking about everything else other than Gujarat.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the star campaigner of BJP, is once again back in his hometown, ahead of the first phase of polls due on 9 December. "With Cyclone Ockhi expected to make a landfall in Gujarat, I appeal to BJP Gujarat Karyakartas (workers) to focus on helping people across the state". The Indian Meteorological Department had made a prediction in this regard.

The position of the Congress across the country is bad, the Sena noted, adding "Gandhi will have to carve a way out of the dense fog of vilification and political maze the BJP has created for the party". Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, too, cancelled three rallies in Morbi, Dhrangadhra and Surendranagar due to the impending cyclone.

He said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government in the state has constributed massively for the development of the tribal community.

"There are some words that the youth of Gujarat do not even know". He stated that law and order situation has improved tremendously under the BJP governments over the last two decades. "(BJP demands that the Shri Ramjanmabhoomi case should be heard at the earliest, the Supreme Court should decide on it fast, and a grand Ram Mandir built at the site)". "Congress is creating impediments in finding solutions to the issue", he said.

Garnering the title of the most followed Indian on Twitter, the current Prime Minister has attained more than 3.75 crore followers.

It makes instant triple talaq a cognisable and non-bailable offence. Everything is not about elections.

"They call us a Government of the rich". Our asset is the hard work of the poor.

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