The high turnout is raising a hope, Narendra Modi says at 3D rallies

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Gandhinagar, April 11: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will address a number of public meetings at 7 pm on Friday.

The 3D rally was scheduled for April 7 initially but was cancelled at the last moment on grounds of technical glitch.

The BJP leader used the 3D hologram technology for the first time during the campaigning for the 2012 Gujarat state election.

8.18 pm:

Narendra Modi concludes his speech.

8.12 pm:

"Gujarat hasn't developed because of me. It has developed because the people of Gujarat are always united."

8.10 pm:

"Don't vote for me on communal lines."

8.08 pm:

"The high turnout is giving us hope. Things will change after May 16."

8.04 pm:

"The Congress must rectify itself and that can happen when it gets punished."

8.02 pm:

"Nobody at the Centre of the Congress party care to answer to the people. They only accuse people."

8.01 pm:

"I want to make India a digital nation."

8.00 pm:

"India has three Ds: demographic dividend, democracy and demand."

7.57 pm:

"I want to stress solid waste management, waste water treatment and preventive health care."

7.52 pm:

"The entire country gets worried when a child falls into a well. What about the high death rate of children at birth?"

7.51 pm:

"Malnutrition is a serious problem still. But the prime minister had just one meeting and then left the issue to the Planning Commission."

7.50 pm:

"I want to congratulate Dr Harsh Vardhan for movement to eradicate polio."

7.44 pm:

"I thank the Election Commission for holding the election peacefully so far. I also salute those jawans who were killed in incidents of violence during these phases."

7.42 pm:

"People voted despite the heat and all odds. The turnout in the first three phases was impressive."

7.38 pm:

"I witnessed the enthusiasm among the young voters on social media."

7.35 pm:

"Election is an opportunity for self-training for me and also to educate people."

7.32 pm:

"We had used this technology for the first time during the Gujarat assembly poll in 2012. It had caught the eyes of the entire world. We reached 53 places at one time and made it to the Guinness Book of World Records. I have broken my record today."

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