PM Modi offers prayers at Kashi Vishwanath Temple
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has visited his constituency Varanasi, to thank the voters of the constituency who have voted him to the parliament in the recent General Election.
In his visit, he has not forgotten to offer his prayers at Kashi Vishwanath Temple, where one of the twelve jyothirlingas is worshiped.
Earlier this month, the PM visited the Kedernath temple, which is also famous for the presence of jyotherlinga.
The temple in Varanasi is one of the most sacred religious destinations for Hindus. It is also known by the name Kashi.
The PM, who has contested from the constituency of Varanasi, has passed his election test with an overwhelming majority.
It is his second consecutive victory in the constituency. Earlier, during the 2014 General Election, he contested in his constituency and won with an exceptional majority defeating some star candidates such as Delhi CM and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal. Compared to his 2014 election, this time it has been a less tough game for him. Unlike the previous occasion, this time there have been no serious opposition candidates in the constituency against this charismatic leader. The only question prevailed have been how much more votes the PM would secure this time.
Unsurprisingly, the PM has increased his vote share this time sharply.
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