Lok Sabha Elections 2014: Top 5 news on BJP you must read on May 6th

Photo: narendramodi.in

Photo: narendramodi.in

Modi takes battle to Gandhi den

The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi took his Lok Sabha election campaign to the home turf of the Nehru-Gandhi family in Amethi Monday, attacking Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka and promising voters success where he said they had failed — turn Amethi into a model of development.

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BJP: what has Rahul done for Amethi?

Hours before its prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, landed in Amethi on Monday, the BJP attacked Congress vice-president and candidate Rahul Gandhi by releasing a report card on his performance as MP and a film capturing the state of development of the constituency.

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Modi invokes Ram, EC seeks report

The Election Commission sought a report from the Faizabad district authorities hours after the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, invoked Lord Ram while addressing a meeting there on Monday with the god’s picture in the backdrop.

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Ram naam & Rahul badnaam 

Narendra Modi today took Ram’s name for the first time this poll campaign, pulling up the religious element that has at times simmered under the surface of the development agenda he has been pushing.If the venue seemed carefully chosen — Faizabad is the “twin” of Ayodhya, just 10km away — so did the stage props: a giant portrait of Ram and a picture of a Ram temple model that formed the backdrop.

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Congress will play ‘secularism’ card to halt Narendra Modi march: BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu

BJP on Monday alleged that Congress will use “trick of secularism in danger” to prevent Narendra Modi from becoming the Prime Minister and appealed to voters in Seemandhra to support NDA to ensure that a hotch-potch coalition does not take over the reins in Delhi.

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