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Narendra Modi Raises Pitch in Madhya Pradesh; Addresses Massive Rally

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Narendra Modi Raises Pitch in Madhya Pradesh; Addresses Massive Rally

November 18
11:04 2013

modiMadhya Pradesh, Monday, November 18 – General Elections are nearing and to put forward a solid lead, every party is making all efforts to impress voters. After addressing rally in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh on Friday, Narendra Modi raised his pitch in Guna, Madhya Pradesh today.

Addressing a huge rally, he said that there is no anti incumbency in states where BJP is ruling and not in Madhya Pradesh as well. Once again adopting an aggressive attitude on the opposition, the prime ministerial candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party attacked Congress party and blamed it of adopting divide and rule policy as like British people.

He did not stop here. Accusing the Congress further, he cited that the party has misled the nation. The CM of Gujarat indirectly asked Congress to stop giving the wrong impression about BJP on voters. He mentioned that various leaders of Congress party are having restless nights over rise of BJP and its popularity all across the nation.

Modi took a jibe at the ruling government of the country by mentioning its failure over controlling inflation in 100 days. He asked – what about promises to curb inflating rates? Narendra Modi directly attacked Prime Minister also, taunting over Manmohan Singh’s ordinance.

Modi discussed openly about occupation and asked the crowd – is here someone who is called to Delhi by the government for a job? Tearing into Congress, he mentioned that the opposition is uncertain about its win in 2014 elections.

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