Starting his speech with chants "Pehle Matdan, fir Jalpaan" (meaning first vote and then breakfast), emphasizing the fact that exercising one's universal adult franchise is a must.
Reiterating the elections of 1857, Modi hailed the power of common man and the abilities to choose their leaders. "I can say after touring Chhattisgarh, MP and Rajasthan that people are fighting these elections," he said. In a change of maneuvers, he said,"I won't talk of Gujarat. There are 2 Governments, in MP and Rajasthan. See the difference in their work."
Talking strongly about the Congress party, he further added,"Whenever elections come Congress keep taking name of poor. But they will do nothing. If poverty goes, so will their chair. Congress has been talking about eradicating the poor since ages, but they have done little."
As the stadium reverberated with "Modiji zindabad", another great day came to an end for the BJP.