Modi attacked SP govt of practising casteism, communalism at Allahabad rally.

With an eye on the 2017 Uttar pradesh election, Prime Minister Modi on Monday addressed his first rally in Allahabad.

In the rally he asked the voters to choose their development agenda over politics of corruption.

In this rally PM Narendera Modi attacked on ruling Samajwadi and the government sitting in the Opposition Bahujan Samaj party.

He accused both the parties and call them parties of ‘jugalbandi’ and of indulging in corruption when they are alternatively in power.

However, addressing a public meeting after the two-day National Executive session of the BJP,Modi addressed the huge crowd at the BJP’s Parivartan rally.

In the rally  Modi didn’ t spare the Congress either,he made a veiled attack on the Congress referring to corruption in purchase of helicopter, aircraft, guns and cooking gas subsidy.

However, his firepower was against the Samajwadi Party government of “goonda raj” or lawlessness.

He also accused the ruling Samajwadi Party of practising casteism, communalism, nepotism and hooliganism in the state.

The Prime Minister asked the people of the state to adopt vikasvaad, meaning development, which is the BJP’s primary calling card for this election.

The rally was attended by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, senior party leader LK Advani and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

Urging people to give the BJP a chance in Uttar Pradesh, Modi said he will try to do his best for the development of the state over the next five years something the state has missed out on in the last 50 years, he claimed.

 

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