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10:42 am - Saturday December 20, 2014

Opposition has no issues: Modi

Agencies, Muzaffarpur
BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today targeted his opposition blaming it of being devoid of issues and said poverty, corruption and price rise were prominent issues for him while the opposition has only ‘NaMo’ and the so-called secularism as their agenda.  Describing today’s BJP rally in Patiyasa maidan of Muzaffarpur district as ‘Hunkar’ rally, Mr Modi said he was finding solution to poverty, corruption and price rise whereas his opponents leading the government at the Centre has only single agenda of ‘secularism’ on which it was doing the politics of vote bank and trying to appease the voters.

He alleged that his opponents were trying to shield their failures in the name of secularism  which for him was ‘faith and belief’.  Without naming the opponent political parties, he alleged that secularism has become a ‘style’ for the past few days for them who were trying to curb the burning issues of employment, poverty, development and problems of farmers in the name of threats on secularism.

Such parties were ‘misleading’ the people to grab the power, he said adding that two streams of politics were prevailing in the country, the one led by the BJP is oriented at fighting against corruption, price rise, atrocities against women while the other was aimed at preventing Modi.
Assuring to provide House to every family laced with lavatory, drinking water and electricity facilities after coming to power Mr Modi said he was visiting the people so the dream should be fulfilled till celebration of diamond jubilee of Independence.

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