Highlights of rally in Nawada in Bihar:
After addressing a rally Jharkhand, Modi reached Bihar where he attended a rally at Nawada. Speaking to the crowd, the Gujarat CM said, "I want to serve this region myself. Will you give me a chance. If there is the strongest wave anywhere in India it is in Bihar."
Praising the people of the state, Modi said, "On 27th October I saw the mood of Bihar. Wherever I go, I make it a point to talk about the resolve of the people. There were bombs, state government was asleep but people of Bihar did not hesitate."
Criticising central government in Delhi, BJP PM nominee said, "We heard of green revolution, while revolution. But today in Delhi what matters in pink revolution."
Slamming RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav and Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, Modi asked, "I want to ask Mulayam ji & Lalu ji -- you support those who encourage the pink revolution, a Gulabi Kranti?"
Calling Congress's latest manifesto a "dhokapatra (a sham)", Modi said, "What to say about those who make the same promises in 2014 which they made in 2009? Is it not a Dhokha Patra."
Urging people not to vote for Congress, Modi asserted, "Need of the hour is to make India Congress-free."
Igniting controversy over bringing back black money stashed at foreign banks, Modi reiterated, "Who are the people who say no to bring back black money? It is the Congress because they are protecting that loot money."
Highlights of rally in Koderma
Speaking to the people here, Modi said that the state's resources were being looted. "People of Jharkhand are suffering because natural sources are being looted here," he said.
Hitting out at the Congress, Modi said that the government was making schemes in AC rooms, they have no connect with the people. Modi said that the UPA government never distributed the food grains to the poor. "Instead they let the food grains rot, the food grains didn't go to the poor. Instead they went to the alcohol makers at cheap prices," he said.
"Elections in Delhi is about capturing power, it is a narrow view of democracy," he said.
Wooing the voters, Modi said that for 60 years there was no change in the region. "If you give me 60 months, this sevak of yours assures you that the damage done for 60 years, won't be there anymore," Modi said. Modi then took a dig at Rahul Gandhi saying that 'he is coming out with new statements everyday.
"Shezaade says that we need many chowkidaars in the country. Look at the alliances that the Congress has. Will you trust them, they have been in and out of jail. Will you trust someone like Lalu Prasad Yadav," he said. Urging the voters he said that this time they should emerge victorious with 300 seats.