Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi

security-tightened-in-naxalhit-bastar-ahead-of-modis-rally-today_28031407385511:25 am Accompanied by hundreds of supporters in tens of cars and bikes, the cavalcade of Narendra Modi is passing through Dhaula Kuan and will take the Sardar Patel Road to enter central Delhi.

11:10 am: Modi’s cavalcade is moving towards central Delhi. It may stop at a few places to allow him to greet assembled crowds.

10:55 am: Dressed in blue, Modi waved to the crowd for a while before getting into his car, surrounded by his security guards.

10:50 am: Narendra Modi has arrived in Delhi. An army of BJP workers, led by party president Rajnath Singh, received him at the airport and accorded him a red carpet welcome.

Modi’s victory march has begun from the airport. Named ‘Vijay Yatra’, the 14-kilometre journey will take him to the BJP HQ in central Delhi.

Thousands of people have gathered along the route that will take Modi’s cavalcade through NH8, Sardar Patel Marg, Mother Teresa Crescent, Teen Murti Marg, Akbar Road and Janpath.

The ultimate ‘outsider’ has come home. Narendra Modi arrived in his new karma bhoomi, Delhi, on Saturday to a welcome which matches his success in delivering a stunning victory for the BJP.

Chided as ‘chai-wallah’ and for long considered unfit to be part of the elite who run India from Lutyen’s Delhi, Narendra Modi’s arrival as the Prime Minister holds the potential to change the ‘culture’ of country?s power centre.

A man, whose father used to sell tea and mother worked as a house maid; someone who is not a member of any powerful old boys’ club, has been put at the highest pedestal of power by the faceless but determined millions.

They have chosen someone who has fought his hard way up; someone who finds solace at his mother’s feet… an ‘Aam Aadmi’ as the next Prime Minister.

After a round of celebrations at the Ashoka Road HQ of the BJP, the party’s highest decision-making body, the Parliamentary Board, will sit down for a formal meeting.

Modi is then expected to drive to the RSS office in Delhi, Keshav Kunj, to meet the top brass including Mohan Bhagwat.

Narendra Modi will then head to Varanasi. First on his itinerary there would be prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

The city is all decked up to welcome their new hero, their new hope for a better tomorrow.

Modi will later attend the ‘Ganga Aarti’ and then return to Ahmedabad. He is expected to take oath as Prime Minister on May 20 or 21.

7 Race Course Road awaits him.


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