Saturday, 4 October 2014

Vote for BJP if you want change, says Modi in Haryana

NEW DELHI: Kicking off BJP's poll campaign in Haryana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the world is talking about India. "Our respect has risen at the world stage. This isn't due to Modi. It is because people have placed a stable govt in Delhi," the Prime Minister said.

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Addressing at a rally in Karnal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people to vote for the BJP as these polls determine Haryana's future.

Taking a dig at the Congress, PM Narendra Modi said, "Those who did nothing in the last 60 years, they are asking for a report card of my work in the last few months."

Highlights of Modi's speech:


I come here, to the land of Karnal. I come to a land associated with truth, with the Mahabharata

* When I come to Haryana it feels as if I have come home. I have learnt a lot here.

* The polls will determine Haryana's future. I am right next to you and am there for you. But to reach you better there must be no obstacle

* Allow me to repay your gratitude. Will you give a complete majority to BJP in Haryana?

* Those who did nothing in 60 years ask us what we did in 60 days. And I ask them- was Kailash Mansarovar not there in Congress time. Yet it was so tough to go to Kailash Mansarovar for a yatra. They didn't do it in 60 years but we got a new road opened.

* Today the world is talking about India. Our respect has risen at the world stage. This isn't due to Modi. It is because people have placed a stable government in Delhi

* There must be Congress Mukt Haryana and there must be a stable government and you must allow your Modi to work for Haryana

* We initiated PM Krishi Sinchai Yojana and Jan Dhan Yojana for the farmers and the poor of the nation.

Tight security for PM

Senior police officials, including DGP S N Vashisht, visited the venue and supervised the security arrangements. Teams of Central Reserve Police Force and around 1200 cops had been deputed for the security arrangements. The area had been divided into different zones while various teams headed by an IG, DIG and SSP rank officials had been formed.

BJP leaders claimed that this is for the first time that such a huge rally was planned here. Around 50,000 chairs were placed in the pandal made on a 12-acre plot.

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