Prime Minister Narendra Modi today (Saturday, May 4) addressed a rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Basti, where he took a jibe on opposition parties saying, ‘Delhi Abhi Door Hai’.
Speaking at Basti in Uttar Pradesh, Narendra Modi led with his charge of a divided Opposition and decried the grand alliance as one where the leaders are perpetually at each others’ throats. “I wish to tell Opposition parties that Delhi is quite far,” he said.
Modi also spoke of how Opposition parties were not stable, corrupt and would push the country towards casteism.
हमारी तो कार्य संस्कृती ही लक्ष्य तय करने और उसे पूरा करने की है।— BJP (@BJP4India) May 4, 2019
महामिलावटी गठबंधन और एनडीए की कार्य संस्कृति एक दूसरे से काफी अलग है।
हम सरकार को दिल्ली से बाहर ले जाना चाहते हैं,
वहीं जो महामिलावटी हैं, जो पद के लालच में दिल्ली आने को आतुर हैं: पीएम मोदी #DeshKiPasandModi pic.twitter.com/UW1kLSF8C3
At his Basti rally, Narendra Modi once again spoke of Diwali as a synonym for warfare on Pakistan. “Every Indian has waited for the day when Pakistan-supported Masood Azhar was designated a global terrorist by the world’s biggest organisation. Our government was so powerful that Pakistan must wait for Diwali now or find itself compelled to deal with Masood Azhar,” Modi said, adding that his own strength had compelled Pakistan to deal with the problem.
देश और उत्तर प्रदेश की सेवा करने निकले आपके इस सेवक के संस्कार और संकल्प बिल्कुल स्पष्ट है-— BJP (@BJP4India) May 4, 2019
जाति-प्रांत और वर्ग भेद को दूर भगाएंगे,
भूख, बेकारी, बीमारी को मिटाएंगे,
एक देश का भाव जगा दें, सबकी भारत माता है,
कर्मपंथ से देश हमारा, आगे बढ़ता जाता है: पीएम मोदी #DeshKiPasandModi pic.twitter.com/qcTwwjPDrU
Narendra Modi, also addressed a rally at Pratapgarh today, where he slammed SP-BSP-RLD alliance, calling it a ‘mahamilavat’. He said the alliance had five evils, including corruption, unstability, communalism, dynasty and misrule. He particularly cited a news report which claimed Rahul Gandhi’s one-time business partner had received offset contracts during the UPA’s rule, just what the Congress has been accusing Modi of orchestrating for Anil Ambani in the Rafale deal.
He also alleged that several summons had been sent to Rahul by the government, presumably to deal with his corruption, but said that Rahul was waiting for the time when his government would come in power and these cases could be done away with. It is not known which cases Modi was referring to.
PM Modi also accused the Congress of playing fast and loose with Mayawati’s confidence. “Congress leaders are happily sharing stage with Samajwadi Party in rallies,these people have betrayed Behen ji so cunningly that even she is not able to comprehend. A party which was staking a claim to the prime minister’s post before the first round of voting, now admits to being a vote cutter,” he said.