Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: PM Narendra Modi Addresses rally in Bijnor; Top highlights

Earlier on February 7, Prime Minister Modi addressed a rally in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad ahead of the upcoming assembly elections.

To woo voters to vote for Bhartiya Janata Party ahead of the assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an election rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor area on February 10.

Here are the highlights:

1: 40 PM: Jab Chaudhary Charan Singhji PM thay pehli baar khaad ke daam kam hue, uske baad wo kaam BJP ki sarkar ne kiya

1: 35 PM:  PM Modi said the Samajwadi Party government is “against sugarcane farmers.”

1: 29 PM: PM Modi promises loan waiver to small scale farmers if BJP comes to power in the state.

1: 28 PM: One clan destroyed India and the other destroyed Uttar Pradesh. They have both come together this time. In order to save UP, the voters must reject them.

1: 26 PM: Samajwadi Party and Congress alliance is an alliance of two clans, said PM Modi.

1: 24 PM: Akhilesh government cannot fulfill aspirations of the youth, neither they ensure safety of women.

1: 22 PM: What were SP leaders saying after unfortunate instances of rape in the state? And then the CM also blamed the media.

1: 20 PM: Agar aap Google par jaayen aur dekhen, shayad kisi neta par itne chutkule nahi honge jitne Congress ke neta par hain.

1: 18 PM:  Government which cannot work for the welfare of poor should be thrown out.

1: 13 PM: Main dekh raha hoon ki Uttar Pradesh mein parivartan ki aandhi chal rahi hai.

1: 12 PM: The assembly polls results on March 11 will expose Akhilesh government.

1: 10 PM: Kya sarkar ka upyog aise karte ho, apne virodhiyon ko jail mein daalne ke liye qaanoon ka durupyog karte ho.

1: 09 PM: BJP ke karyakartaon ko jabran jail mein daala gaya. 11 March ko Akhilesh ji aapka kaccha chittha khulega.

1: 08 PM: PM Modi thanks people of Bijnor for coming in large numbers.

Earlier on February 7, Prime Minister Modi addressed a rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad ahead of the upcoming assembly elections.

During his rally, he launched an attack on present Chief Minister of the state Akhilesh Yadav by accusing his government Samajwadi Party of sheltering criminals.

While expressing alarm over the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, PM said: “When Akhilesh became the Chief Minister, being young and educated, people had hopes from him. But he not just disappointed them, rather destroyed the state.”