New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday exuded confidence over Bharatiya Janata Party‘s (BJP) victory asserting that ‘the whole nation is saying- Ab ki baar, 300 paar, phir ek baar Modi sarkar’.

“From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Kutch to Kamrup, the whole nation is saying- Ab ki baar, 300 paar, phir ek baar Modi sarkar,” said PM Modi while addressing a rally in Khargone on the last day of campaign for ongoing seven-phased Lok Sabha elections 2019.

“This Sunday when you go to cast your vote then you will be scripting history. After decades you will elect a majority govt for a second time in a row,”Modi told voters, adding,”You take out five seconds to vote for me and I will use the next five years for the development of India.”
Speaking at the rally, he further reiterated that his ‘government is fully committed to double the income of farmers by 2022’.

“In the past 5 years, we will increase the speed of work to make a strong system from seed to market for farmers. We are committed to double the income of farmers by 2022.”

Besides, PM Modi also lambasted Congress for promising abolition of sedition law in its manifesto.

“Congress approached Indian citizens with matters like taking away priveleges from Indian soldiers and scrapping the law on treason, but the country has rejected their agendas. The country is unanimous that the leaders lobbying for a separate prime minister for Jammu & Kashmir should be punished, this election,” a leading portal quoted PM Modi as saying.