Modi takes on AAP, promises to bring Change in Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 04: Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again succeeded to show off the party's strength by gathering crowd during the election campaign in the national capital. He promised the Delhities to bring change in the city as well as the lives of people.

Addressing the huge crowd at Ambedkar Nagar in South Delhi today, Modi hit out at the political rivals and appealed the public not to be distracted by those who spread lies.

Admitting the mistakes in the vision document that had referred the Northeast people as "immigrants", he said that it was a clear mistake committed by the party unintentionally. But people will never forgive those who consider public fools, fingering out at Arvind Kejriwal, he said.

He assured people that the Centre will develop the Northeast region.

Talking about 1984 riots, he said that the justice is still awaited for the victims even if the judiciary recommended to form SIT to probe the incident. Neither Congress nor AAP came forward to follow the order.

Modi said that his government has started direct cash transfer for LPG subsidy and bank accounts of over 10 crore people have been opened under PM Jan Dhan Yojna. This will help the poor people to get the benefits.

After these schemes, the government is working on the "Make in India" that will create platform for job opportunities for the unemployed in the nation. He promised that he will change the city and people's lives if his party comes to power.

"BJP is moving ahead with the mantra of development and it is my responsibility that Delhi also marches forward".

He appealed to people to vote in a large scale as Jammu and Kashmir and Haryana registered record in voting. This was the last rally that PM Modi addressed in Delhi as the poll campaign ends tomorrow.

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