New Delhi: Ahead of the upcoming elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed two election rallies in Bihar’s Jamui and Gaya Lok Sabha seats for candidates of allied parties. Speaking at a rally in Gaya, PM Modi lambasted ‘mahagathbandhan’ (Grand alliance), saying,“There are two kinds of people who have a problem with ‘Chowkidar’ – ‘Maha Milawatis’ (highly adulterated) and those who sponsor terrorists.”
Referring to the terror attacks, PM Modi further stated,”Yeh dhamake kisne band kiye? Yeh Modi ne nahi kiya. Aapke ek vote ne kiya, yeh aapke vote ki taqat hai. Agar kuch badla hai toh woh hai reet, neeti aur niyat. Dilli mein ‘Chowkidar’ ki sarkar bani aur parinaam aapke saamne hai.”
He also expressed his gratitude towards people for giving him and BJP the opportunity to serve them. PM Modi also exuded confidence that he will form the government again as ‘everyone is blessing the chowkidar’
Earlier, while addressing rally in Jamui district Bihar, PM had said, “Whenever the Congress has come to power in the country, whether on its own or heading an alliance, governance has gone into reverse gear.” The Prime Minister also blamed the Congress for the rise in terrorism during the opposition’s tenure. “Growth rate has dropped while there has been a surge in terrorist activities, violence and accumulation of black money,” PM Modi asserted.
PM Modi also lashed at the opposition parties for demanding proof of terrorists killed in the Balakot air strike, an anti-terror operation, conducted on February 26. The PM remarked that all those seeking proof appeared as spokespersons for Pakistan more than political parties representing India.
“They appear more like spokespersons for Pakistan than political parties representing India,” the PM said launching a scathing attack at the rivals for their comments post-Pulwama terror attack.
PM Modi said the electorate must decide “whether they want the madadgars (helpers) of Pakistan to be in power..Those who are out to destroy the morale of armed forces by seeking proofs.”
The Prime Minister also hit out at National Conference leader Omar Abdullah for advocating restoration of the post of Prime Minister in Jammu and Kashmir, saying can any country have more than one PM. “I would like the Congress and the RJD, which are part of the same mahamilavat gang, to come clean on the issue,” the PM demanded.
Further, the Prime Minister took a dig at Lalu Prasad’s RJD, saying, “those who always swore by the name of JP (Jayaprakash Narayan) are now sitting in the lap of the Congress.”