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File image of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

With the BJP-led NDA set to get a thumping victory in the Lok Sabha polls 2019 leading in over 339 seats out of 542 seats at 4.35 pm, Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal stated that ‘it’s vote for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’.

Reacting to the trend of Lok Sabha poll results on Thursday in which BJP is surging ahead all other opposition parties including Congress, Sonowal on his Twitter handle stated: “It’s a Vote for PM Narendra Modi.”

Reiterating that the trend of victory has become possible only due to ‘Modi wave’, Sonowal tweeted: “It’s unprecedented. Never before in our electoral history, a wave in favour of a great leader decided national and state elections the way #ModiWave has done for @BJP4India.”

The Assam CM has also congratulated party’s national president Amit Shah for the trend of victory.

Sonowal tweeted: “I congratulate Shri @AmitShah ji for this great victory.”

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While stating that Shah’s planning, strategy and hard work help the party to achieve victory in the Lok Sabha polls, the Assam CM tweeted, Shah’s “…meticulous planning, campaign strategy and tremendous hard work not only helped @BJP4India to retain its existing support, but also make it expand hugely by winning in newer areas.”

At 4.21 pm, the BJP was leading in 8 seats out of 14 seats while Congress was leading in 3 and AIUDF in 2 seats while Independent candidate is leading in 1 seat.

For the victory trend in Assam, Sonowal has congratulated the people of the state for their support towards the leadership of Modi.

“I am immensely grateful to the people of Assam for their unwavering love & support towards PM Shri @narendramodi ji and his vision of #NewIndia,” stated Sonowal.

He has also congratulated all the BJP workers.

He tweeted: “Congratulations to all @BJP4India karyakartas. This vote is the result of your hard work & dedication.”

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