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Narendra Modi wave hits Gurgaon; families divided over which party to vote for

Thursday, 10 April 2014 - 2:24pm IST | Place: Gurgaon | Agency: dna webdesk

  • Sautash Singh Sautash Singh with his family during the Lok Sabha 2014 elections. Rohinee Singh

The Narendra Modi wave seems to have hit Sarhaul village in old Gurgaon where the youth of the village have decided to vote for BJP candidate against the wishes of their village elders. 

The elders, on the other hand, have decided to vote for Rao Dharampal, local candidate from Congress. However, with hopes of seeing Narendra Modi as the prime minister of the country, most of the youth in the village will be voting for an outsider—Rao Inderjeet, a former Congress rebel who has now joined the BJP.

While not too excited about the candidate, they clearly see Narendra Modi has a symbol of hope.

This has been the case for various families in the villages both in and around Sarhaul village in old Gurgaon where members of the family have been voting for different political parties.

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