Congress only has one agenda – to prevent me, says Modi

Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi

The Congress is going after just one-point agenda “Stop Modi” however, the voting trend to date within the Lok Sabha elections signifies the UPA obtained care of out, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said here Monday.

Addressing an election rally in Kalyan’s town in Thane’s district, Modi said the Congress was not fighting to retain energy in order to win the election.

“It is just going after just one-point agenda ‘Stop Modi‘ no matter what, because they apprehend they’ll be destroyed,” the Bharatiya Janata Party leader said in a rally where he shared the dais with ally Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray.

Striking out in the Congress, Modi said: “They’ve looted the country and all sorts of wealth are stored in foreign banks.”

“It should be cut back. People would like it to be cut back. It is just individuals whose cash is stored abroad, which are scared,” he said among thunderous applauses.

He said it was the very first general election in India, which was not fought against through the political parties or candidates. “It is those who are fighting this election.”

Stating functions of omission through the Congress-brought UPA, Modi said they guaranteed to create India “slum-free” in five years, provide 10 crore jobs and control inflation.

“Has all of this happened? The rulers in Delhi must reply, but they are keeping quiet. They’ve tricked the folks of the country. Rather, they are asking Modi to give replies,” the Gujarat chief minister said because the crowds cheered with excitement.

Also, he assaulted Congress V. P. Rahul Gandhi for his statement about “prince on the whitened equine transporting a miracle wand, who’d solve all India’s problems.”

“I am wondering who that prince might be. I quickly realized that it should be one individual with Rs.1 lakh in the pocket, a category 10 passes which’s now worth Rs.300 crore,” Modi said, mentioning to Rahul Gandhi’s brother-in-law Robert Vadra.

Modi said that many years, the Congress had not faced a genuine challenge.

“However, they are worried. Challenging can there be, this too, from the chaiwala (tea seller),” he stated, mentioning to their own humble origins.

He advised the folks to not be fooled through the government’s tactics and be sure that the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party mix does not get just one chair from 48 in Maharashtra.