Congress Party has completed today the thirteenth round of Narendra Modi campaigning since he was announced as BJP's PM candidate and third round since the Election Commission announced dates of voting. Other parties are still campaigning for Modi in every village and city of India to ensure him, becoming India's next Prime Minister.
"Our rigorous efforts to demean ourselves from him and help Modi win these elections are right on track. We have completed today our third round of Modi promotional activities, as guided by Modi himself, RSS and BJP when Madamji asked Tamil Nadu voters not to vote Modi and BJP. Now we have promoted him in the non-existent state for BJP like Tamil Nadu, we believe that it would not be difficult for Modi to attain clear majority by winning at least 300 seats," said senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh, who was giving excerpts of Sonia Gandhi's speech in Tamil Nadu.
Digvijay Singh told India Satire correspondent that the party's creative wing introduced new words like 'Jeher Ki Kheti' 'Gubbara' and 'Toffee Awards' under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. He confirmed that nobody else in other parties have shown such a kind of creativity that provided immense sharpness to Narendra Modi's popularity.
"We have done everything we could do to improve visibility of Modi in the existent and non-existent states as well. Now we are waiting for election results to see how much seats BJP would win," said Digvijay Singh.
According to sources, Congress Party led entire promotional campaign for Narendra Modi under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi for free of cost that also propelled other secular parties to enter in Narendra Modi campaigning, aggressively.
"Congress is still far ahead in marketing Modi factor across India. The party President and Vice President have ensured that all people who attend their rallies would vote BJP candidates and thereby Narendra Modi.
"Watching their larger counterpart promoting Modi, small party leaders like Mulayam Singh Yadav, Mayawati, Mamata Banerjee, Navin Patnaik and others are also making it sure that BJP would not require their help in forming the government after elections by aggressive marketing of Narendra Modi factor," said political analyst and Outlook's editor, Vinod Mehta.He confirmed that next 3 rounds of Modi promotional activities would be more aggressive and Congress Party would take every effort to help Modi win this election.