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India's triumphant Modi says 'good days are coming'

Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) workers wear masks of BJP prime ministeral candidate Narendra Modi as they celebrate outside the party office in Mumbai on May 16, 2014. India's triumphant Hindu nationalists declared "the start of a new era" in the world's biggest democracy on as the ruling Congress conceded defeat in elections that exposed anger about sickly economic growth and rampant corruption. AFP PHOTO/ PUNIT PARANJPE

NEW DELHI: Indian leader Narendra Modi promised "good days are coming" Friday in his first reaction to a historic victory by his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party in national elections.

"India has won. Good days are coming," Modi wrote on Twitter shortly before he went to seek blessings from his mother in his home state of Gujarat.

 

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