In first rally for Delhi polls, Narendra Modi reiterates BJP's pitch to regularise unauthorised colonies and slams AAP, Congress over anti-CAA protests
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday addressed his first poll rally ahead of the Delhi Assembly election scheduled for 8 February and appealed to voters to "shun the politics of hate" and focus on development. Amid sustained nationwide protests against the "discriminatory" Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Modi said that various demonstrations against the contentious law in the National Capital were "politically motivated" and part of a "conspiracy".
At Narendra Modi's charged Delhi rally, anti-AAP mood of crowd, aim to bulldoze Opposition narrative were evident
The crows in Delhi was all praises for Narendra Modi, asserting that only he could bring about change in India. But they couldn't answer questions on the jobs crisis.
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Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE updates: Identified as Tarun Gajjar, the man who slapped Hardik Patel at a rally in Surendranagar, spoke to ANI after receiving treatment. "My wife was pregnant when Patidar agitation happened, she was undergoing treatment at a hospital, I had faced problems then, I had decided then, I'll hit this man. I have to teach him a lesson anyhow," he said.