BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday while speaking to Republic Bharat's Editor-In-Chief Arnab Goswami brushed off those who are saying that there is no Modi wave during the 2019 elections.
He said that during his travel to over 250 constituencies, he has seen a bigger Modi wave in the country than the 2014 general elections.
"I have been around the whole country, in four or four and a half months, I have been to more than 250 constituencies. I will tell you that even more that 2014, I can clearly see a tsunami to make Narendra Modi Prime Minister again. People have decided, the next Prime Minister of the country will be Narendra Modi and whatever anti-campaign is run, it will harm the opposition itself just like a boomerang. There is a big wave in favour of Narendra Modi and Bhartiya Janta Party irrespective of the direction, north, east, west or south, can be clearly seen. The number of seats will also increase and the margin of our winning contestants will also increase.
"I'm committing to it with a very cool mind, I know the whole country will watch this interview, after been to all parts of this country, I'm saying that we will move ahead in all the three aspects. One, the seats of BJP as well as NDA, both will increase, two, the margin of winning the seats will also increase and third, our reach of our votes is also going to get wider this time. This time, north-east, Kolkata or West Bengal, Odisha and Kerala, in all these places we are going to get success, in Tamil Nadu we will get success with our alliance partners even there the Bharatiya Janata Party will be in a good position," he said.
Shah also spoke about the BJP's key election agenda and the party's vision for India. He said that the agenda is based on national security, development, economy, strengthening the economy and democracy, and making India a global superpower.