"The Thing I Desperately Want From Narendra Modi 2.0...": Harsha Bhogle Has One Request For PM Modi Which He Says Will Lead To India's Next Great Revolution

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi won his second term at the office with a landslide victory on May 23. A day after the results for 2019 Lok Sabha elections was declared by the Election Commission, cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle took to Twitter and shared one thing he desperately wants from PM Modi.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi won his second term at the office with a landslide victory on May 23. A day after the results for 2019 Lok Sabha elections was declared by the Election Commission, cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle took to Twitter and shared one thing he desperately wants from PM Modi 2.0. 

In a tweet on Friday, he asked Narendra Modi 2.0 to pursue creating more opportunities for women with vigour, which he said will be India's next great revolution. He further added that the last 10-15 years have been good, but "India is so awesome that everyone there should have equal opportunity". 

Read his tweet here:

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In another tweet, speaking about the upcoming World Cup 2019, he hailed the election results, calling it a "stunning performance from the Modi/Shah combination". 

Earlier on Thursday, business tycoon Anand Mahindra took to his Twitter handle to make a rather smart and deeper analysis of the results. He wrote: 

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP won a victory bigger than in 2014 emerging as the single largest party in the country. The NDA in total crossed over 340 mark, broking its record of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. In 2014, the party won 282 seats, the NDA had won 336. It was the first time in more than three decades that a single party won majority on its own.

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