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India rejected negativity, voted positivity in polls

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In a veiled message to the Opposition, Modi on Saturday said the people of the country have completely rejected negativity and their vote in the elections reflected positivity for making a new

He also said that the people's mandate in these elections will force the world to look at the country with more respect and expectations.

"The people of the country have reflected positivity and completely rejected negativity in these elections. They way 130 crore people have come forward with a new spirit and positive attitude to make a new in this election, it has forced the world to look at with more respect and expectation," Modi said at a public meeting, his first after taking oath for a second time as Prime Minister, after offering prayers at the famous here.

He said, "In these elections, the country has seen that the people are the masters. Political parties, political pundits and pollsters could not sense the mood of the people."

Thanking voters of the state for participating in the election in large number, the said that his government at the Centre would work all sections of society, including those who did not "get an opportunity" to vote for the BJP and NDA.

He said, "Ones who voted to victory are ours and those who missed an opportunity to make us winner are also ours. is as ours as "

"BJP workers are not only in the field for electoral We serve the people throughout the year according to our political ideology. We have not entered just to form a government. We are here to make the country. We are in to ensure India gets a proper position on in the world order," Modi said.

Modi said that the government has started seven projects to promote tourism in

He assured the people that the government is committed to providing all assistance to to deal with the Nipah virus cases.

Before addressing the gathering, Modi performed puja at the on his maiden visit to the state after the BJP registered a thumping victory in the Clad in a white 'mundu' for the rituals, performed 'thulabharam' - an act of weighing oneself against a particular article, ranging from flowers to eatables, and donating it.

Modi's visit to the state coincides with that of who is in his parliamentary constituency Wayanad for three days ending on Sunday. Gandhi accused Modi of using "poison of hatred" to divide the country and winning the election by lies.

While BJP bagged 303 seats across the country in the elections, it drew a blank from the state.

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First Published: Sat, June 08 2019. 13:45 IST