Not BJP workers, but voters in the district are working for Modi: Nalin Kumar


Team Udayavani, Apr 16, 2019, 3:33 PM IST

Mangaluru: With just a couple of days left for the Lok Sabha elections sitting MP Nalin Kumar Kateel said that he has conducted four rounds of campaigning in the constituency.

Addressing presspersons here on Tuesday he infomed that the preparation for the upcoming elections was in full swing since three months. Not only BJP workers, but the voters of the district are working in favour of Narendra Modi.

“This is the third time I am contesting the elections. Back in 2009, I was a newbie. Sixteen years prior to being an MP, I worked as a representative in the party,” he said.

He further added that Modi wave is clearly seen in the district. Now, not BJP workers, but voters in the district are working for Narendra Modi.

Explaining that even Modi was privileged to see the crowd in the rally he said the crowd that had come to witness Modi’s rally was above expectation. It was not a wave, but a tsunami.

People of the district have wholeheartedly accepted the administration of Modi. People also have faith in me that I am committed towards work bringing in funds for the district. I am confident that Modi will be the prime minister for the second term,” he said.

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