Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh is confident that his party will get majority in the Lok Sabha polls.
Talking to reporters after casting his vote in Dispur on Thursday, Dr Singh who represents Assam in parliament said that the ruling has not lost its ground.
He casted his vote along with his wife at 12-30 noon at the Dispur Govt HS School and left back to New Delhi after informal and courtesy meet with chief minister Tarun Gogoi and APCC president Bhubneswar Kalita.
This is his last visit to his second home state as prime minister.
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