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People's enthusiasm for BJP across Delhi is tremendous: PM Narendra Modi

Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who addressed his last rally on Wednesday in Ambedkar Nagar before the Delhi Assembly polls Saturday, said that people's enthusiasm for BJP across Delhi was tremendous.

He also said that a vote for the BJP was a vote for development and for uplifting the poor and giving the poor proper health and education facilities.

The PM posted on the micro-blogging site Twitter: “Addressed a campaign rally for Delhi Vidhan Sabha elections in Ambedkar Nagar. People's enthusiasm for BJP across Delhi is tremendous.”

In another post he wrote: “A vote for BJP is a vote for development. It is a vote for uplifting the poor and giving the poor proper health and education facilities.”

“We don't believe in lies and mudslinging. We are working for the people and will continue working with the same vigour.”

Earlier, while addressing the rally, PM Modi he took a dig at surveys ahead of the Assembly polls that predicted the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) having an advantage.

Modi said for a strong nation it was necessary to have a strong BJP government and appealed to voters not to give an "unstable" government to Delhi.

"I am seeing the huge crowd here. It is much bigger than when I would address rallies ahead of the general election. It gives an indication of the direction the wind is blowing," he said, as per IANS.

He urged the people to vote in the BJP with full majority in Delhi.

"Don't bring in an unstable government. It is the country's capital. Its fate should not be left hanging. Please vote for progress, vote for the BJP," he said.

Modi said his aim was to bring development to the country and bring change to the lives of the poor in Delhi.

He said the "entire world now considers India as an important force and it is happening because of your votes that brought the BJP with majority to the Centre".

Taking a dig at the opposition parties, he said his opponents are troubled by him, because "they are not able to digest how Modi, a poor man, has come to be the prime minister".

He said in the last Lok Sabha election, surveys said he would lose by three lakh votes in Varanasi, but he won.

He said under the leadership of Kiran Bedi, who has been named the Bharatiya Janata Party's chief ministerial candidate, the party will begin development of Delhi.

"We are not going to stop for a single moment because, we have to clear up the mess of the last 16 years in the next five years," Modi said, adding that the goal of his politics is development.

"Development to bring a change in the lives of the poor," Modi said, adding that the BJP would ensure education for the children of the poor, medical care for the aged and also "pucca" houses in place of shanties with electricity, water and toilets.

Modi also defended the BJP over the "typographical error" of describing northeastern people as "immigrants" in the party Vision Document and decried attempts to rake up the issue for political mileage.

"Attempts are being made to provoke people from the northeast ... a mistake was made and the party accepted it," Modi said at the rally.

"No one should play with the unity of the country for political benefits. Brothers should not be pitted against brothers," the prime minister.

Modi said he has visited the northeastern states many times and the BJP government would develop the region "more than what has happened in the past 60 years".

In her speech, Bedi said if she became the chief minister, her first priority would be to develop the city's slum clusters and improve the quality of life of the people living there.

With IANS inputs

From Zee News

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