Narendra Modi flashes victory sign before entering Parliament as BJP surges ahead in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh

Narendra Modi flashed a victory sign after he arrived in Parliament, as the BJP pulled ahead of the Congress in trends for the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls.

PTI December 18, 2017 11:56:25 IST
Narendra Modi flashes victory sign before entering Parliament as BJP surges ahead in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday flashed a victory sign after he arrived in Parliament, as the BJP pulled ahead of the Congress in trends for the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls.

Narendra Modi flashes victory sign before entering Parliament as BJP surges ahead in Gujarat Himachal Pradesh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi flashes the victory symbol before entering Parliament. Twitter @ANI

Though early trends showed a close fight between the BJP and the Congress in Modi's home state Gujarat, the saffron party marched ahead of its rival as counting of votes progressed.

The BJP also appeared set to wrest power from the Congress in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh.

The prime minister showed a victory sign after he arrived in Parliament to attend the winter session.

Parliament re-convened on Monday after the weekend break.

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