Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls Opposition’s doubts over EVMs a ‘needless controversy’

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He was referring to investor wealth soaring by more than Rs 5.33 lakh crore as the benchmark BSE Sensex sprinted more than 1,422 points on Monday after exit polls predicted a return of the NDA government led by the BJP. PM Modi expressed concern over Opposition making needless controversy regarding electronic voting machines.

With voting conducted in seven phases panning six weeks, India's (EPI) elections have been a grand affair-to say the least. Later, BJP President Amit Shah hosted dinner for the NDA leaders.

The exit polls were right in 1998 and 1999, but went wrong in the 2004, 2009 and 2014 parliamentary elections, and also in the State Assembly elections in Delhi in 2015, Bihar in 2015, and Uttar Pradesh 2017.

A day before the counting of votes, Congress president Rahul Gandhi has urged party men to be "alert in the next 24 hours" and be fearless in a tweet similar to his sister Priyanka Gandhi's audio message on Sunday, when exit polls predicted a dismal scenario for the party. A resolution was brought by Ram Vilas Paswan, which was unanimously passed by allies.

"We have become an organic entity". Top leaders of the NDA were sitting on the dais with Modi, on whose one side was Shah and on other its was SAD's Parkash Singh Badal, the senior most leader of the alliance.

"Under the leadership of PM Modi, the NDA government has future-proofed India, which means the creation of next-generation roads, railways, highways, i-ways and ports infrastructure that caters to the needs of the present and coming generations", it said.

Tornado, thunderstorm warnings bring unsettling end to otherwise lovely day
Sadly, which methodology very favorable prerequisites for violent severe weather in parts of this status. While meteorologists say the threat for tornadoes will be low, that, of course, will also be a threat.

State Congress chief Ghulam Ahmad Mir said the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) would win majority of Lok Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir.

"It is the alliance that manifests the dreams and aspirations of 130 crore Indians".

The NDA, the resolution added, stands as a bulwark against the "vote-bank politics and old-school political thinking of the Opposition" whose 20th-century politics has not cut ice with the young voters of the 21st century. "This is unfair, as the Modi government took significant steps to slow imports in recent years, such as increasing customs duties and initiating new local content mandates for government procurement", Rossow told PTI in response to a question.

"NDA is an alliance, which will represent the country's expectations and ambitions", Prime Minister Modi was further quoted, as saying by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who briefed media persons.

Postal ballots are cast by security personnel serving in the armed and paramilitary forces, and diplomats serving outside India.

So, will it be Narendra Modi all the way again, with the exit polls holding true tomorrow?