Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Anupam Kher Posts A Self-explanatory Incomplete Sentence As PM Modi Looks Set To Return To Power

Indian General Elections

As soon as the early trends for the Lok Sabha election results were revealed, it was already a celebratory atmosphere across the country. Lok Sabha elections 2019: Anupam Kher posts a self-explanatory incomplete sentence as early trends indicate PM Modi returning to power.

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

As soon as the early trends for the Lok Sabha election results were revealed, it was already a celebratory atmosphere across the country. The initial stages of counting indicated that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is coming to power with a convincing majority and supporters of the party were jubilant. One of them was Anupam Kher, who didn’t even post a complete sentence that consisted of just two words, but that was enough to understand what he was conveying. The veteran actor posted an incomplete version of the ‘Aayega Toh Modi Hi’ slogan that was among the most popular slogans used by the supporters of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the run-up to the results. 

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Kher on Thursday took to Twitter and wrote, “Aayega To... ‘ (The person who’s set to come is...). 

His response was after the initial counting of votes, suggested that the NDA is leading in 325 seats, over 50 more than the majority mark of 272 needed to form the government. The United Progressive Alliance was set to win only a bit over 100 seats and same was the case with the remaining seats. 

The actor’s wife, actor and sitting Member of Parliament of Chandigarh, Kirron Kher is also one of the BJP candidates. At the time of publishing the story, she was leading against Congress' Pawan Kumar Bansal and  Harmohan Dhawan. 

Previously, Anupam Kher had campaigned for Kirron Kher, even sharing pictures and videos from his interaction with the citizens. 

READ: 2019 Lok Sabha Election Results LIVE Updates: Vote-counting For 2019 Indian General Elections, Trends For All 542 Constituencies And Non-stop Analysis From Republic TV And Arnab Goswami Here As India Elects A New Government

 

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