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#Elections2014 result: Media industry tweets

MUMBAI: Social media played an important role in this election season. With the country buzzing with the election results today and Narendra Modi ready to take charge as the PM, the social media is buzzing again.

 

People have their own set of opinions/jokes/statements to make regarding the day which is being pointed as a historic day by many.

 

We at indiantelevision.com bring to you what the media fraternity feels/thinks about the new dawn.

 

Punit Goenka @punit_goenka - The government that comes to power should be given time to perform! We need to understand that there’s no overnight solution! #Results2014

 

Jehangir Pocha @JehangirPocha - The Indian elections are the greatest democratic show on Earth. A fitting tribute from an ancient nation to the greatest human idea.



Raj Nayak @rajcheerfull - The right thing for all parties would be to accept the verdict gracefully, pick up the phone & congratulate @narendramodi before Obama does.

 

Vivek Srivastava @vivek3180 - The Indian voters have done their job given clear majority... now its about the politicians to deliver. #Results2014

 

Satbir Singh @thesatbir - Remember: in 1984, BJP won 2 seats. 30 years later, 280. Today, AAP leading in 4 seats. Anything can happen in future

 

TANUJ GARG @tanuj_garg - Rakhi Sawant got 15 votes, FYI. Y'all can sleep in peace now.

 

bhatnaturally @bhatnaturally - So Mani Aiyyar can open tea shops in Mayiladuthurai now

 

Madhavan Narayanan @madversity - Sensex at 25,000. It is a dream peak. But where does it go from here? What do mountaineers to when they reach the Everest?

 

Ashok Lalla @ashoklalla - It's Diwali day for halwais and mithai shops across India as the #RaceTo272 is decided today.

 

Madan Sanglikar @maddyisms - It's Boxing Day today in India #election2014

 

Ramesh Srivats @rameshsrivats - Modi's first act as PM will be to change the password for @PMOIndia from Sonia123 to ModiOnly1.

 

Harit Nagpal @haritnagpal - I switched on Times Now to figure out which party was leading and was told that Times Now leads, amongst news channels.

 

Harini Calamur @calamur - The last time a political party got these kind of numbers, I was in school

 

Sunil Lulla @SunilLulla - Jai Namo, Jai Namo, Jai Namo

 

dilip cherian @DILIPtheCHERIAN - Exaggerated or not the stories of internecine battles in the #BJP indicate it's now a party that has a whiff of power!

 

Partho Dasgupta @parthodasgupta - So will now VK Singh be the new Defence Minister? Kissakursika

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