Setting off the campaign trail for 2019 Lok Sabha elections, PM Narendra Modi has attacked the Opposition with all its ammo and has raised hopes, stating that the nation has made up its mind.
In the political rally of BJP, PM Modi has begun the campaign and has reiterated the Chowkidar slogan, saying that ‘India is now ready for Chowkidari in space,’ referring to the A-SAT launch yesterday.
Mentioning about the five years journey of the BJP government and presenting his report card to the public of Uttar Pradesh, pm Modi said, “5 years ago, when I sought your blessings, you gave me a lot of love. I had said that I will return the blessings & the love with interest, & I had also said that I will give account of the work that I have done.”
PM Modi at a rally in Meerut, "Kya humein saboot chahiye ya sapoot chahiye? Mere desh ke sapoot hi mere desh ke sabse bada saboot hai. Jo saboot maangte hain woh sapoot ko lalkaarte hain." pic.twitter.com/7r7ltTk5jR— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) March 28, 2019
PM Narendra Modi addressing a public rally in Meerut: 5 years ago, when I sought your blessings, you gave me a lot of love. I had said that I will return the blessings & the love with interest, & I had also said that I will give account of the work that I have done pic.twitter.com/kNltJwvnPb— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) March 28, 2019
PM Modi said, “Old enemies are now friends. From '2 ladke' its now 'bua bhatija'. This just shows that for these people there is no bigger traget than power.”
Taking a dig at the Congress’ NYAY scheme, announced by Rahul Gandhi wherein the grand old party promised to give Rs 72,000 per year to the 20% poor, PM Modi said, “People who couldn't open bank accounts are now saying that they will directly transfer money to the poor, what will they possibly do?”