Prime Minister Narendra Modi says Gujarat election is fight between development and dynasty

Updated On : 17 Oct , 2017 , 10:32 PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi says Gujarat election is fight between development and dynasty. (Source:Twitter/Narendramodi_in)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi says Gujarat election is fight between development and dynasty. (Source:Twitter/Narendramodi_in)
New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi taking dig on the Congress called forthcoming Gujarat elections as a  fight between ‘development and dynasty’ during the ‘Gaurav Mahasammelan’ at  Bhat village near Gandhinagar on Monday.

Modi said, “This elections is about ‘Vikasvaad Vs Vanshvaad’. I am sure ‘Vanshvaad’ will be defeated.”

Addressing a massive public meeting, Modi challenged the Congress to fight the elections on the plank of development, instead of "trying to manipulate the people."

He further added, “The Congress has always played caste and religion politics.”

Modi further said that the Congress party has always had a negative approach towards development of Gujarat.

He said, “They did not even complete Sardar Sarovar project. Congress let the waters flow into the sea, but did not allow it to be used by Gujarat.”

Modi informed the massive audience that Congress is ‘an equal partner in decissions about Goods and Services Tax (GST).

He said, “Congress should not spread lies on GST."

Modi assured the people that his government was actively striving to remove any issues with the GST.”

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Prime Minister started his speech with appreciating BJP president Amit Shah.

He congratulated Shah for BJP's many wins in several state elections and said, “Amit Shah is man of the match.”

First Published : Monday, October 16, 2017 09:09 PM
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