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Modi is the sole choice of the people: Arjun Munda

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BJP organizes convocation of activists at Town Hall, Sidhgora
: Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda today said the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was practically the sole choice of the people of the Indian Republic awaiting the formation of a stable and responsible government at the Centre.

He said the people were fed up with the United Progressive Alliance regime and that now they wanted a change of power at the Centre.

Munda was addressing party members at Sidhgora Town Hall during the convocation of party activists on Sunday. He said the people wanted to see Modi as the Prime Minister.

He said the party workers should work hard for the elections to ensure a landslide victory of Modi in the upcoming Loksabha elections.

He said the party workers should take the pledge to bring Modi at the helms of the country’s national politics. He said the success of Modi will send out a message to the whole world that even a tea seller could become the PM in India.

He said the party workers should tighten their girdles and get ready for the elections. He said the party workers had the courage and conviction to make the dreams of the people come true.

The state BJP president Dr Ravindra Rai said the BJP was not just a political party of a handful of people. He said the BJP was a national party with a difference.

He said the people were looking at BJP with great expectations.

Many senior leaders of BJP were present during the convocation. They too, gave pep talk to party workers and asked them to give their best performance ahead of the election.

Those present during the convocation included Menka Sardar, Dr Dinesdhanand Goswami, Amarpreet Singh Kale, Shailendra Singh, Abha Mahato, Shalendra Mahato and Gama Singh.

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