"Do you have expectations from your CM? Does he have time for you? Why should I talk on those who don't have time for you. Do they talk on reducing prices? We say stop price rise, corruption they say stop Modi. No agenda apart from that," said Modi while concluding his speech.
Modi hails Vajpayee and his govt:
Reacting strongly against Congress and his UPA government, Modi said, "The longer we tolerate them, the more injustice will be done to the people. Bless me so that I can serve you and wipe your tears."
"World is moving ahead very fast and we can't stay like this. Congress cannot worry about the poor and the tribal communities of India. A new Ministry, a new budget for tribal communities was made only when Atal ji was in power," he added.
Modi also said, "If there is any government that has done best work to give land rights to tribal communities it is BJP Government. Sometime back there was an accident here and people lost their lives. My condolences to the families of those who lost their lives. We remember Veer Surendra Sai, who challenged the British even before 1857. Farmers are ready to work hard..they need to be guided well and they can show their strength."
Teach a lesson to Congress, urges Modi to aam-aadmi:
The Gujarat Chief Minister urged the crowd to teach a lesson to Congress which according to him ruin the country. He said that it's not about his prime ministerial candidature but it's about removing the wrong party from power at centre.
'Tsunami' will hit India during election time, says Modi:
Speaking at the rally, Modi slammed Congress saying that party does not care for aam-aadmi (common man) of the country. He criticised Sonia Gandhi's party for taking 60 years to understand the needs of the people and failed to fulfill those demands.
Speaking about the current poll-bound situation of the country, Modi asserted that tsunami-like wave will hit the country when the Lok Sabha election will begin from April 7.
Narendra Modi begins speech at Vijay Sankalp rally in Odisha:
Prime Ministerial candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -- Narendra Modi reached Sambalpur, Odisha. He is addressing a mega Vijay Sankalp rally in the state continuing his campaigning for upcoming Lok Sabha election.
Security has been beefed up at the venue where at least 2 lakh people are expected to gather to get a glimpse of Modi. He began his speech.