Delhi Police say no to two rallies of Modi in Delhi

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New Delhi, Nov 25 (UNI) The Delhi Police today showed the red signal to two rallies of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital ahead of the November 29 assembly elections, saying no prior permission was sought by him for the public meetings.

According to police, Mr Modi neither informed nor sought permission for the rallies, which were to be held at Netaji Nagar and Panchkuiya Road, so the two could not be allowed to be staged.

But the BJP has finallly converted the rallies into a road show in which the Gujarat CM will be attacking the Congress government in Delhi and the UPA government at the Centre, BJP sources told UNI.

Mr Modi will address 13 public meetings in as many assembly seats in two days starting this evening.

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