Bhubaneswar, Apr 6: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leaving no stone unturn to counter Biju Janata Dal (BJD) in Orissa, after its split with the ruling party. After LK Advani, the BJP prime ministerial candidate, its the turn of party's poster boy Narendra Modi's turn to strengthen its base in state, to earn maximum number of seats in the coming Lok Sabha polls.
Though he could not address his scheduled rally at Raika in Khandamal due to technical snags, he did rake up the issue at his other five public rallies across the state on Sunday, Apr 5.
“I apologies to the Khandamal people that I couldn"t make it for the rally, but I assure them that I am with them in fighting for their rights and speaking against the killing o f Swami Laxmananda Saraswati," said Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi.
He attacked UPA by saying that the alliance is at the verge of disintegration with its allies leaving it.