Uttarakhand Elections 2017: PM Narendra Modi Addressed a Rally In Haridwar; Top highlights

Earlier in Bijnor, amid ‘Modi-Modi’ chant from the people, PM started his address by remembering Sant Ravidas on his 640th birth anniversary.

After addressing a public gathering Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor, Bhartiya Janata Party leader and Prime Minister also addressed an election rally in Uttarakhand’s Haridwar area on February 10.

Here are the highlights:

3: 32 PM: My fight is not against small traders but those who have looted the country while being in power.

3: 29 PM: I am telling this to Congress people, mind your language as they should know that I have got all the information about them.

3: 27 PM: I want to end the menace of black money and corruption.

3: 25 PM: I am fighting against corruption and whatever is taken from poor, I want that to be returned to them.

3:23 PM: When the earthquake came a few days ago, the PMO was closely monitoring the situation. Teams were immediately dispatched to the state

3:20 PM: When there was an earthquake in Uttarakhand, Congress leaders were enjoying holidays abroad

3:17 PM: Our armed forces showed what they are capable of, during surgical strikes. Yet, some people do not      accept that & want to play politics

3:05 PM: The corruption of the Government in Uttarakhand is well known and even then the party leadership is not bothered.

3:01 PM: There is something very spiritual about Uttarakhand. This is a Dev Bhoomi. But, does this land deserve a corrupt Govt, said PM in Haridwar.

 

 

Earlier in Bijnor, amid ‘Modi-Modi’ chant from the people, PM started his address by remembering Sant Ravidas on his 640th birth anniversary and apologising for visiting Bijnor so late. But soon he took the turn to blaze his guns against the recently formed Samajwadi Party and Congress alliance in the state.

Taking a dig on the ruling Samajwadi party, PM Modi asked the entire crowd.”Should we sustain a government which embraces crime and the government which can’t ensure women safety, do not promote development and can’t fulfill the aspirations of youth in the state?”

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