New Delhi: Taking time out of his hectic election campaigning schedule, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke exclusively with Zee News editor-in-chief Sudhir Chaudhary. PM Modi discussed a wide range of issues besides expressing confidence that the NDA will get more than 272 seats in the Lok Sabha and will form the government at the Centre.

Watch the interview here.

The Prime Minister spoke about how the Opposition parties have indulged in electoral mudslinging this time and are constantly targeting him and calling him names. Taking a dig at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, PM Modi said that the latter has refused to accept him as Prime Minister, thus insulting the Constitution.

Among other developments, top leaders and political parties continued with their high-octane electioneering across the country and held rallies and roadshows on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed first-time voters and said they must beware of ‘khichdi’ (read coalition) governments that bring anarchy and instability.

The Prime Minister was addressing an election rally in Azamgarh that has over 40,000 first time voters.

He said, “Twenty years ago, the United Front government brought instability and mid-term elections. The UPA governments made India hang its head in shame with a slew of scams. Such governments cannot face challenges.”