Narendra Modi kicks off campaign for second phase of Gujarat polls, calls Congress 'anti-development' [Photos]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off the campaign for second phase of the Gujarat elections on Friday from Bhabhar.

FP Staff December 08, 2017 20:14:23 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off the campaign for second phase of the Gujarat elections on Friday from Bhabhar. He also addressed rallies in Kalol and Himmatnagar. The prime minister attacked Congress during his rally in Bhabhar saying when there were floods in the region, Congress MLAs were "relaxing" in Bengaluru while "BJP leaders were helping people". PTI
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off the campaign for second phase of the Gujarat elections on Friday from Bhabhar. He also addressed rallies in Kalol and Himmatnagar. The prime minister attacked Congress during his rally in Bhabhar saying when there were floods in the region, Congress MLAs were "relaxing" in Bengaluru while "BJP leaders were helping people". PTI
He also lashed out at Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, saying that Aiyar had told people from Pakistan to "remove Modi from the way". PTI
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He also lashed out at Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, saying that Aiyar had told people from Pakistan to "remove Modi from the way". PTI
During his rally in Kalol, Modi attacked Congress leader Kapil Sibal over the Ayodhya dispute. He asked Sibal why he wants to prolong the case when all parties involved want an early solution. PTI
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During his rally in Kalol, Modi attacked Congress leader Kapil Sibal over the Ayodhya dispute. He asked Sibal why he wants to prolong the case when all parties involved want an early solution. PTI
In Bhabhar, Modi referred to Cyclone Ockhi and said Chief Minister Vijay Rupani rushed to help people in distress. He said that when there are natural disasters, one must rise above political differences and work for the people. He also vowed to work for the country tirelessly. Twitter @narendramodi
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In Bhabhar, Modi referred to Cyclone Ockhi and said Chief Minister Vijay Rupani rushed to help people in distress. He said that when there are natural disasters, one must rise above political differences and work for the people. He also vowed to work for the country tirelessly. Twitter @narendramodi
The prime minister also said that Congress will never win the elections because it is anti-development and prefers to divide society. Twitter @narendramodi
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The prime minister also said that Congress will never win the elections because it is anti-development and prefers to divide society. Twitter @narendramodi