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PM Modi’s Strategic Moves Boost NDA’s Campaign Blitz, Outpacing Opposition

New Delhi, April 10 (IANS) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leaving no stone unturned in his quest for a third consecutive term, showcasing unmatched fervor in his election campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Despite being in power for a decade, PM Modi’s popularity remains sky-high as he crisscrosses the country to share his vision of ‘Viksit Bharat’ with voters.

With a tireless approach, PM Modi has already covered a significant portion of the country, engaging with people from various states and regions. Political analysts believe that he has gained a significant edge over his opponents by connecting with voters at the grassroots level, setting the tone for the upcoming polls.

PM Modi’s campaign intensity leading up to the 2024 general elections has caught the attention of political watchers, who see a determined leader committed to connecting with the masses. From rallies to roadshows and media interviews, he has been actively engaging with the public to convey his government’s achievements and future plans.

In a bid to reach out to voters at a deeper level, PM Modi has conducted interviews with regional and national media outlets, addressing local issues and concerns. His engagement with international publications and influential figures like Bill Gates highlights his broader vision for India’s future and leadership on the global stage.

One of the unique aspects of PM Modi’s campaign is his interaction with online gamers, showcasing an innovative approach to connect with the younger demographic. While the opposition seems to be lagging behind in terms of campaign intensity, PM Modi’s relentless efforts continue to set the pace for the upcoming elections, with little response from rival political blocs.


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