Tea was sold, Not Country- Modi
Prime Minister Modi was severely opposed to Congress. Addressing the 3-day Gujarat Assembly Election Campaign Monday, he has been criticizing the Congress for addressing many public meetings. “I came from a poor family and became prime minister. That’s why Congress didn’t like me. I did not sell the country, I sold tea. Modi made these remarks while replying to Congress alleging corruption in Rafael fighter aircraft.
Modi campaigned in Rajkot and Bhuj in the Saurashtra region, impressed the people by wearing traditional dress and dressing in Gujarati. Referring to various issues, the BJP and the Congress have explained the difference.
The UPA government has been silent on the 26/11 Mumbai warlords and Uddhav’s military presence in Udhyadu, the government had gone to the border and killed the terrorists too. “The terrorists killed our soldiers. Later, our jawans went to their area and returned with more surgical strikes. But the Congress has expressed doubts about the Surgical Sticks.
A part of this, In the first phase of the Gujarat polls, the BJP will face a real challenge. The BJP has won 63 of 89 seats in the 2012 polls, but now the situation looks different in Dec 9th elections. Hardik Patel has been campaigning widely in the region. The GST policy effect on the BJP in South Gujarat.