Modi attacks Congress, AAP at Rally in Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 03: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the master in election campaign, on Tuesday launched attack on both Congress and AAP, the parties have been continuously questioning the developmental policies of the NDA government at the Centre.

He blamed Congress for ruining Delhi for 15 years and AAP that ran away from its duty for leaving people in middle of the sea. He termed AAP as the small and temporary party.

Addressing the huge gathering at Rohini, Modi targeted AAP today. Over the revelation of black money to AAP, he said that the party showed that they had no idea about the companies that donated black money to them.

Referring to past, he said that those who had projected themselves as Mr Clean, were exposed. Even former PM Rajiv Gandhi, who was claiming that he was clean face in the party, was not exempted.

On ordinances that the Centre has been facing flak from the opposition parties, Modi said that the government brought ordinances that will help people. The new land acquisition law brought through ordinance will be used for development of villages. The villagers will get the benefits not the rich, he said.

The e-rickshaw drivers will get the benefits from one of the ordinances in the country.

The government is planning to transform all the slums to pucca houses; the unauthorized colonies will get facilities of health and education.

He promised to resolve the power crisis in Delhi. He said, “We will convert generator capital to power generation capital and have planned "roof-top" policy.

Modi blasted on the AAP and Congress saying that he was born in a poor family and he knows the poverty. He did not need lecture on this issue.

While concluding his speech, he appealed to the Delhiites to vote for a stable government and give BJP a chance to serve them under the leadership of Kiran Bedi.

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