"Not Majority, But Consensus Needed To Run Country": PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said a majority may be needed to run a government, but consensus is needed to run the country. "We will not leave any stone unturned in serving the nation," PM Modi said. In a lengthy speech that included multiple jabs and jibes at the Congress and the opposition, PM Modi also made a pitch for governance by consensus and coalition politics. "Our alliance reflects the spirit of India and we are dedicated to upholding constitutional values. NDA is the most successful," he said.

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