Narendra Modi in Meghalaya: PM says state not safe in hands of Congress, appeals to give BJP a chance [Photos]
In order to give a push to BJP's victory prospect in poll-bound states, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed an election rally in Nagaland's Tuensang.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed a rally in Meghalaya's Phulbari where he appealed to the people to give BJP a chance to serve the state. Firstpost/Rishiraj Bhagawati
Modi said that Meghalaya is not safe in hands of Congress. The government has taken the people for granted as it saw no political challenge in the state. The prime minister also said that his government's Act East Policy will will open up opportunities for people in the state and in the entire Northeast. Firstpost/Rishiraj Bhagawati
Modi asked voters to give BJP a chance to serve the state, promising that they will ensure good governance guided by the philosophy of sabka saath, sabka vikas. He also promised that the Meghalaya's BJP government will account for work and every penny being spent. Firstpost/Rishiraj Bhagawati
Hitting out at the Mukul Sangma government, he said that there is a long list of scams to the credit of the state government and Meghalaya is not safe in the hands of the Congress government. Firstpost/Rishiraj Bhagawati
Taking a dig at Chief Minister Mukul Sangma, he said though he was a doctor the health care sector is in a bad shape. He said that Women are forced to deliver babies at home which poses a great threat to the lives of mother and baby. Firstpost/Rishiraj Bhagawati
Thursday's rally was Prime Minister's second campaign meeting in the state to drum up support for the BJP candidates for the 27 February elections. Results will be declared on 3 March. Firstpost/Rishiraj Bhagawati