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Lok Sabha Elections 2024 | Create new turnout record, PM Modi appeals to Varanasi voters

In a video message to the voters of Varanasi, the prime minister said representing Kashi, the cultural capital of the world and the land of music and 'Shastrarth' (debate), in Parliament is possible only due to the infinite grace of Baba Vishwanath and the blessings of the people of the holy city.
Last Updated : 30 May 2024, 13:41 IST
Last Updated : 30 May 2024, 13:41 IST

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New Delhi: In a video message to the voters of his constituency, prime minister Narendra Modi urged them to vote for him in record numbers to take Varanasi to new heights.

“For me, Kashi is a city of devotion, power, and detachment. Kashi is the cultural capital of the world, the land of music. Being the representative of this city is possible only with the immense grace of Baba Vishwanath and the blessings of you Kashi residents,” the prime minister said.

“This time the election for Kashi (Varanasi) is an election for the creation of not only ‘Navkashi’ (developed Varanasi) but also a developed India. The people of Kashi have to make a new record on June 1. Kashi has become the capital of youth welfare and development in the last 10 years,” he added.

He also said that on the day of filing of nominations, he saw an excitement among the people of his constituency, which he hopes to see again on June 1, the last day of polling for these elections.

He said that he has a “special request” to the youth, women, and farmers of Kashi. “Each and every vote of yours will increase my strength, and will give me new energy. You people have to remember that first vote then refreshment,” Modi said.

In 2014, Modi won from Varanasi with a margin of 3.7 lakh votes, which increased to 4.8 lakh in 2019.

On Thursday, as campaigning for the last phase came to an end, PM Modi landed in Kanyakumari to begin his 45-hour-long meditation at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Kanyakumari. He also offered his prayers at the Bhagavathy Amman Temple before heading to the Memorial.

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Published 30 May 2024, 13:41 IST

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