Speaking in Gandhinagar while inaugurating the Inclusive Urban Development Summit, the Gujarat chief minister said if the people gave his party an opportunity to serve for five years, then it would work for a positive change.
On Wednesday, BJP patriarch Lal Krishna Advani, who raised serious objection to Modi's anointment as the PM candidate, openly endorsed the latter's candidature for the top post. The veteran leader shared the stage with Modi at the inauguration of Institute of Infrastructure, Reserach and Management (IIT RAM) in Ahmedabad.
If the BJP gets a chance to rule for a term, people will see a change, said Modi
On the occasion, Modi supported Advani's belief that a change of guard would take place in New Delhi after the parliamentary polls. He also slammed the Congress-led UPA government for allegedly neglecting development of the nation.