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Lok Sabha Elections LIVE: Azamgarh no longer linked to terrorism after 2014, says Modi
Posted 09 May 2019 05:25 PM

Addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the city is no longer linked to terrorism since his government was formed in 2014. He also alleged that electricity in the state was provided on the basis of caste and that there has been no discrimination in UP in the last five years.

Earlier, addressing a rally in West Bengal’s Bankura district, Modi took a jibe at Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and said, “I am told Didi has said she wants to slap me. Didi…oh Didi….I call you Didi. I respect you. Your slap will be a blessing for me.”

Meanwhile, Congress president Rahul Gandhi addressed an election rally in Haryana’s Sirsa and questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi over unemployment, taunting him for a remark that selling ‘pakodas’ is a job worth doing.
Be wary of a 'khichdi' government: Modi in Azamgarh

Mounting a blistering attack on the opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the voters in Azamgarh not to vote for a "khichdi" (coalition) government, news agency PTI reported.

"Be wary of a 'khichdi' government," he said.


16:35 (IST)
09 May 2019
Congress has lost credibility to address poverty: Gadkari

The Congress has lost all political credibility when it comes to addressing the issue of poverty, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday, taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi's proposed "Nyay" scheme by invoking Congress prime ministers, who, he claimed, had vowed to eradicate poverty and failed.

Addressing a press conference at the BJP office here, Gadkari also alleged that the Congress had deliberately created "fear" in the minds of the minorities to divert attention from performance, work and development, which should have been the issues in the ongoing Lok Sabha election. (PTI)

Mahagathbandhan can lead only to anarchy: PM Modi in Azamgarh

While addressing a public rally in UP's Azamgarh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) can lead only to 'anarchy and instability'.


16:12 (IST)
09 May 2019
Ex-president Giani Zail Singh’s son-in-law joins BJP

Former President Giani Zail Singh’s son-in-law Sarvant Singh Channy on Thursday joined the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the presence of senior leaders of the saffron party, including Union minister Nitin Gadkari.

A former Punjab-cadre IAS officer, Channy served as the Chief Information Commissioner of Punjab from September 2014 to May 3, 2019.

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