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Modi hits out at Congress at Udhampur for No Development

Udhampur, Nov 28: Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again won the heart of millions by delivering enchanting speech at Udhampur rally in Jammu and Kashmir. He pitched for development while remembering the flood tragedy that devastated the region and left thousands homeless.

Remembering the devastating floods Modi said, "I had decided that I will spend Diwali among those who suffered due to floods and that is what I did. Its not about politics." adding, he has come here with an aim of development and to wipe the tears of people.

He hit out at the Congress and others saying, the Corruption, loot and emotional blackmailing have become a habit of the political parties here. When he talked about development and maximum governance he was criticised as they do not want progress and growth in the state. "This is the reason those in government and those in opposition are criticising me. I have stopped their strategy to loot together", he said.

He thanked the people of Jammu and Kashmir for the laudable voters turnout in the first phase of polling in the state. He  condemned the terrorist activities that are growing in the region and revealed their intention that they do not want elections and people enjoy their rights well in the state.

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