We take a look at what the guys in the virtual space have to say about the 2014 election results and the BJP’s landslide victory
GN Bureau | May 16, 2014
As BJP’s Narendra Modi gets all ready to occupy 7 Race Course Road with his party registering a thumping victory, Twitter has been bombarded with tweets congratulating Modi and his party.
Trending topics regarding the NaMo wave and the decimation of the Congress have been moving in frenzy making it difficult to spot the top trends. Some of these include #Results2014 to #CongratsNaMo and #IMODIfiedIndia.
From the happy politicos of the BJP to the bollywood brigade and the aam aadmis -- all have taken to the social networking website to tweet about the election results.
We bring to you a compilation of some of them:
BJP president Rajnath Singh (@BJPRajnathSingh) tweeted: "Congratulated Shri @narendramodi over the phone on BJP's superb performance in the Lok Sabha elections. Trends indicate it is a landslide."
Congress media panelist, Salman Anees Soz (@SalmanSoz): “Results are very disappointing but I respectfully accept the verdict & wish BJP/NDA the best! Mr. Modi's impact is clear.”
Meanwhile, Modi decided to remain all humble about his party’s landslide victory. He tweeted from his official handle @narendramodi: “India has won! ???? ?? ????? ????? ??? ??? ???? ???|”
Bollwood director Madhur Bhandarkar (@mbhandarkar268) too was all praises for the BJP win. He tweeted: "The Wave has hit the shore! A young, sensible & vibrant India gives its verdict! Heartiest congratulations to @narendramodi & his team."
Actor-comedian Vir Das (@thevirdas) tweeted: “The congress is blaming 'bad communication'. I agree. Shows while communicating a plausible or believable excuse for a gigantic defeat.”
Nikhil Chinapa @nikhilchinapa: “Wow. BJP crosses 272. I think we've just got the world's attention.”
Ramesh Srivats @rameshsrivats: C;mon Congress. What is this you are saying about collective failure. C'mon. Don't be shy of assigning responsibility. To Narasimha Rao.
Kiran Bedi @thekiranbedi: All who were spreading lies and apprehensions about @narendramodi got punished! Indian Voter saw it all! It's a victory of good intentions!
Bhak Sala @bhak_sala: “What is Modi Wave: BJP getting more seats in Uttar Pradesh than what Congress could manage across India”
A Train to Pakistan @GabbbarSingh: “Modi is like Chris Gayle, 321 (NDA) is the team score and out of that he has scored 275 (BJP).”
A muse sing @LoKarloFollow: “BJP used AAP's jhaadu to sweep the election result and Congress' hand to slap their opponents' expectations.”
The UnReal Times @TheUnRealTimes: “Meanwhile BJP leadership has sent Ravi Shankar Prasad to a de-addiction center to relieve him of his tendency to demand PM's resignation”
Priyanka Desai @PriyankaaDesai: “R.I.P Gandhi dynasty! Born as Nehru 1947! Died as Rahul 2014! #Results2014”
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