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Rajasthan: Modi attacks Congress, Rahul

Udaipur, Oct 26 : After roaring against the ruling Congress in Vijay Shankhnaad rally in Jhansi, Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)'s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addressed a huge gathering in his Janjati Rally in a tribal dominated area of Udaipur in Rajasthan where he targeted the ruling party on Saturday.


Udaipur is considered as a Congress bastion and to woo the voters in their favour Gujarat Chief Minister Narender Modi addressed the Rajasthan Janjati Rally, organised by Rajasthan unit of BJP along with BJP's Chief Ministerial nominee Vasundera Raje, Kaptan Singh Solanki and the leader of opposition Gulab Chand Kataria.

Vasundhara Raje elucidated the example of state of anarchy by citing the example of absence of even a single doctor in all the Primary Health Centres of the Udaipur and Banswara.

Hailing the crowd that had gathered at the rally, Modi slammed the Congress and party vice-president Rahul Gandhi.

Taking on Congress leaders and their speeches delivered at different places across the country, Modi said that ruling party leaders are confused over Rahul's speeches as no one could understand what he said while campaigning in the state earlier.

Critsicing Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gahlot and his government he said that even the National Human Rights Commission does not trust the government.

"Minority Commission also said that the Gahlot Government cannot protect the minorities. "So can you trust this government," Modi said.

Reiterating his previous demand that the name of the Muslim youths should be told to the country, who according to Rahul Gandhi were contacted by the ISI after Muzaffarnagar riots, as mentioned by the Congress vice-president.

"I tried finding out where ISI story came from. ...The intelligence officer whom Rahul Gandhi was referring to was a police officer seeking an election ticket. He weaved a story and we heard it,"said the Gujarat Chief Minister.

He urged the people of Rajasthan to remove Congress from power in the state.

--IBNS (Posted on 26-10-2013)

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