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‘Mahamilavati’ Gang Afraid of Modi’s Return to Power, Says PM at Rally in Bihar’s Bhagalpur

Addressing a public rally in Bhagalpur, the Prime Minister blamed the 'Mahamilavati' gang for intending to strip the Indian armed forces of their powers.

Published: April 11, 2019 1:29 PM IST

By News Desk | Edited by Kanimozhi Sudhakar

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Narendra Modi at a rally in Bihar. Photo Credit: ANI.

Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday stated that ‘Mahamilavati’ gang were afraid that if he returns to power, their shops of corruption and dynasty politics will be shut down. Addressing a rally in Bihar, PM Modi said, “When Modi comes back again then their corruption will be completely finished, their dynastic politics will be finished, their loot in name of poor will stop, their politics of case and religion will stop, tukde tuke gang bhi tukde tukde ho kar bikhar jaeyga”.

The Prime Minister added that the ‘Mahamilavati’ gang wanted the Indian armed forces to be stripped off their special powers. He said, “The NDA government’s policy is clear – our jawans shall have full liberty to deal with terrorists and Naxals.”

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Meanwhile, as the Lok Sabha elections began on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged voters to turn out in large numbers to exercise their franchise. “I call upon all those whose constituencies are voting in the first phase today to turn out in record numbers and exercise their franchise,” he tweeted. During elections, Modi often takes to Twitter to urge people to vote.? “I specially urge young and first-time voters to vote in large numbers,” he said.

The voting for the assembly elections 2019 has begun on Thursday, i.e., April 11 with four states including Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Odisha going to polls in the first phase. The results of state assemblies will be declared on May 23, 2019, along with Lok Sabha polls.

(With agency inputs)

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