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Chemistry defeated arithmetic in elections: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that chemistry
had managed to defeat arithmetic in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

“Elections are all about arithmetic but there is
chemistry that goes beyond arithmetic. This time chemistry has defeated
arithmetic,” he said while addressing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers
at a thanksgiving function in Varanasi.

“Some people say that politics is all about perception
but we do not create perceptions. For us, transparency and hard work scores
above everything else,” he said.

The Prime Minister said that he was a BJP worker and
followed the directives of the party.

“I was asked to come here and on April 25 (for a
roadshow) Kashi welcomed me with its ‘Vishwa Roop’ (larger than life image)
that had an impact beyond Kashi and Uttar Pradesh. It impacted all parts of the
country. Kashi made me PM but I will always remain a worker for you.”

Modi said that if he seemed complacent and relaxed during
elections, it was because of the love and strength that Kashi gave him.
“You asked me not to come again for campaigning, so I went to Kedarnath
after polling.”

The Prime Minister thanked local officials, media persons
and even his electoral rivals.

“I thank the workers for not making the election a war
and the rival candidates for maintaining the dignity of Kashi. Elections were a
festival of democracy that was celebrated by all,” he said.

He said that there are many in politics whose profile runs
into 50 pages or more but they are not connected to the poorest of the poor.
“We are dedicated to such people,” he said.

“Uttar Pradesh has elected us in 2014, 2017 and in 2019
and deserves to be lauded for this hat trick which is not a small feat,”
he added.

Modi said that it was the BJP which had maximum belief in
democracy.

“When we are in power, the opposition comes alive.
Tripura, for years, had no opposition but now that BJP is in power, the
opposition is vibrant.”

He said that the BJP had two main difficulties – selective
sensitivity and political untouchability.

“BJP workers are being attacked. When I was the Gujarat
Chief Minister and reached out to some people to promote tourism, I was
attacked. This mentality is disturbing.”

The Prime Minister also thanked BJP President Amit Shah and
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for their contribution in ensuring
the BJP’s success in elections.

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