Highlights of the rally in Beohari, Madhya Pradesh
Hitting out at the Congress party, Narendra Modi said that the Congress government was betraying people. "What has it done for the safety of youth and women. Women are not safe under Congress rule. UPA government has not spent a single rupee from the Nirbhaya fund for the safety of women ," he asked.
He said that the UPA government was worried only about the vote banks and was not bothered about the people. "It is high time that the Congress is voted out of power," he said. Modi added that the Congress party's poll manifesto was a document of deceit, an eyewash.
Highlights of the rally in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh
Speaking to the people here, Narendra Modi said that Congress party was staring at defeat. He apologised to the people for coming late to the venue and said that he wanted the Election Commission to investigate, why his programmes were delayed.
"I am 3.5 hours late. I waited for hours in Delhi airport and even for one hour in Bareilly. I urge the EC to investigate who is delaying my programmes," he said.
Modi then took onto the Congress saying that the Congress was afraid of him. "If you scared of Modi say it openly that you won't let Modi travel anywhere. Please give a fitting answer to Delhi by voting for the Lotus in the elections," he said.
Highlights of the rally in Bareilly
Narendra Modi began his speech by apologising to the people for arriving late at the venue. He said that was feeling bad for the people who waited for him in the hot sun. "I assure and will try my best that your expectations do not go waste," he said.
Modi said that he had a special connection with Bareilly. "The manjhaa used for the kites in our state's kite festival come from Bareilly. Without the manjhaa from Bareilly, kites in Gujarat cannot fly," he said.
Hitting out at the Congress, Modi said that 'sitting in AC rooms they make schemes to run the nation.' "But things are the same here. Government needs to hear the common people. Do you see the spirit of Jai Jawaan, Jai Kisan in the UPA?," he said.
He even took a jibe at the Congress saying: "For Congress, 365 days are April Fools day. They keep talking about the poor only before the elections and their leaders says poverty is a state of mind," he said. Hitting at Congress's election manifesto, Modi said that it was a 'dhoka patra, and not a ghoshna parta.'
"For 60 years you chose shasaks, now for a change choose a sevak. Give me 60 months and you will see the change," he said. He said that it was not who wins the elections. "What we need is a stable, strong government. India needs a stable government," he said.