Newdelhi, Feb 6: #SRCC was trending at the top of twitter as Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi spoke at Delhi's Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) students. Here are few reactions to his speech that focused on youth and development.
Nandeesh (@Nandy003) : Am sure 90 percent of politicians might not have understood what Modi talked about at SRCC.
Rajeev Mantri (@RMantri) : A delight to hear a politician speak extempore for nearly an hour, with style and substance on issues that matter.
Harsh M Gupta (@hguptapolicy) : Those who are raising the stakes so high to oppose Mr. Modi should introspect what if the country nonetheless chooses to pass them by.
Pierre Fitter (@pierrefitter) : The Congress is guaranteed defeat if it thinks the topics Modi covered do not resonate with the public. He's set the agenda.
Oldtimer (@auldtimer) : Modi's Hindutva message: The country has come to a sorry state because of votebank politics. Remedy is development politics
Ashok (@nationalizer) : He quoted various examples to show the youth of country is the real power of India, unlike other who question their capacity.
Saarthak (@spiritualghost): Students at SRCC cheered (girls screamed) and tried to shake Modi's hand as he approached the exit.
Minhaz Merchant (@minhazmerchant) : Where were all those Rahulesque sheafs of paper in Modi's extempore speech?
Albatrossinflight (@albatrossinfo) : Shri @narendramodi talks of "Skills, speed & scale"; Rahul G talks about his mom & Dad's tears ... the choice is your's India
Sundeepkhanna (@sundeepkk) : When was the last time we heard a politician speaking for more than a minute without mentioning his/her opponent.
SinSinWati (@Sinsinwati) : The speech had so many interesting talking points - branding, governance, developmental strategies of speed, skill etc.
Devang Gandhi (@DDGINDIAN) : Narendra Modi's talk at #SRCC. The audience is stirred...the Congress is shaken."
Gourab ସାମନ୍ତରାଏ (@gourab_odisha) : This english journos are against #namo but they dont realise their TRP is increaing any time #modi comes to tv.
Shivani Misra (@GypsyFeet) : Am happy to see a majority of the student body patiently listening to Narendra Modi, The enthusiasm shown has made me optimistic.
Sanjiv Kumar P (@_iamsanjiv_) : A Gujarat man gets overwhelmed response in #SRCC #Delhi. Proved once again, he is most popular leader in India.
गुंजन ।। Gunjan Jha (@GuunjanJha) : India needs The Leader with vision to take her to next level of growth and not an executive with a service with terms and conditions.
Upasna Gaba (@upasnagaba) : Proud of SRCC For choosing Narender Modi.Hats off 2d man who truly believes in patriotism and wants to change the present state of India.