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True I’m unreachable, says Narendra Modi at his book launch

The event coincided with the day AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal was refused a meeting with Modi.

Ahmedabad | Published: March 8, 2014 1:01:49 am

Narendra Modi, whose book Saakshibhaav was released by spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravishankar Friday, admitted that he was unreachable. The event coincided with the day AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal was refused a meeting with Modi.

Modi chose the book release event to say, “Some people say it is difficult to reach me. To an extent it is true. But now, here’s this book which will bring you to my doorstep. Just knock and the door will open.”

Sakshibhav, said Modi, was a compilation of his diary written when he was a 36-year-old RSS pracharak. “I used to write a diary, not like how it is commonly written, this happened, that happened, but I went into the depths of an event to understand why they happened,” said Modi, who was described as “writer Narendra Modi” at the event.

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