Hyderabad, Aug 12 (): Reaching out honestly and frankly to the opposing sides of Telangana and Seemandhra , BJP’s campaign chief Narendra Modi who addressed a massive rally in Hyderabad’s LB Stadium on Sunday posed a bigger challenge to the ruling Congress government.
In a bid to strengthen the main opposition party, Modi starting from Telugu Desam Party leader Chandrababu Naidu reached out to AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa who was earlier a part of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance. Describing the Congress as a huge burden on the country, Modi appealed to non-Congress parties to come together and join hands to drive out the party and build a “Congress Mukth Bharat”.
Showering his praise on the Tamil Nadu chief minister, Modi asked the Andhra Pradesh government to follow the skill development scheme of the neighbouring state, where Jayalalithaa has initiated skill development agendas. The BJP seems to be counting on the AIADMK as a post-poll ally even after Jayalalithaa has ruled out a pre-poll alliance with any party, said sources.
Discussing about the scheme launched for girl child initiated by Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Modi said that the proposal in MP is a remarkable achievement of the Chouhan -led government. He also used the rally proclaiming the success of his counterpart in the BJP, particularly Chhattisgarh’s Raman Singh claiming that “Raman Singh’s PDS model alone could address the issue of access to food.”
Lashing out at the ruling Congress government, Narendra Modi reached out to thousands of youth gathered in the Lal Bahadur stadium on Sunday connecting them with Obama’s ‘Yes, we can’ slogan.
Modi slammed the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government throughout his speech describing the ruling government as an overall failure. He also criticized the Prime Minister for maintaining silence over the killing of Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops in the Line of Control in Poonch district.