PM Modi removed Chowkidar name from his Twitter account
New Delhi: Thu, 23 May 2019 18:29, by: Sangita Roy

After grand victory of BJP in 2019 Elections PM modi removes Chowkidar word from his name on the Twitter account. He posted “The word ‘Chowkidar’ goes from my Twitter name but it remains an integral part of me. Urging you all to do the same too!” on hi Twitter account.

The current vote counting status indicates that BJP will be able to secure over 343 seats in Lok Sabha Elections 2019. According to the current counting status of votes in the county BJP will secure around 300 seats by its own and if we include the NDA seats then the count will reach over 343 plus. This victory is major victory for BJP in 2019 General Elections.

PM Modi is going to attend grand celebration by BJP shorting in Delhi today. Just before the start of the celebration PM Modi removed the word “Chowkidar” from his Twitter account.

PM Modi posted “Now, the time has come to take the Chowkidar Spirit to the next level. Keep this spirit alive at every moment and continue working for India’s progress. The word ‘Chowkidar’ goes from my Twitter name but it remains an integral part of me. Urging you all to do the same too!”BJP is organizing celebration party in the BJP office today, PM will soon join the celebration party. Party has already ordered huge quantity of sweets to celebrate the victory.” on his Twitter account.

Smriti Irani is also going to win the Ameti election, and this is another major victory for BJP

BJP is now heading towards major victory in history, BJP is also going to secure huge results in Uttar Pradesh.

Elections were held in 542 of the 543 Lok Sabha seats were held in last 2 months across the country. Indian general Elections is one of the largest elections in the world were over 900 million voters casted their votes to elect candidates from over 8,000 candidates.

According to the sources over 4,000 votes counting centres has been setup in county for counting of votes.  Counting of the votes is being done under heavy security deployment.

Voting for the Lok Sabha Election 2019 were completed in seven phases to elect candidates from over 8,000 candidates. The day of results have arrived and counting of vote is beginning today at 8am. In the Lok Sabha Election 2019 over 67 percent of India’s 90.99 crore electors had cast their votes to elect 542 candidates for 2019-2014 Lok Sabha.

Election commission have not reviled on the number of vote counting centres, but according to the sources over 4,000 would have been setup across the country for counting of votes.

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