Narendra Modi takes a dig at Arvind Kejriwal, calls him 'AK-49'

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Hiranagar, March 26: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is all set to launch the party's 'Bharat Vijay' campaign starting today from Udhampur. Modi will be addressing 185 rallies across the country before Lok Sabha elections.

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12.38 pm: Modi makes a direct attack at Arvind Kejriwal

In his first attack on Arvind Kejriwal, Modi said that there are three AK's that were being praised in Pakistan- AK-47, AK Anthony and AK- 49 (Arvind Kejriwal).

Hitting at Kejriwal, Modi said that the AAP website had distorted the map of India. "One of AK- 49's aide said that there must be a referendum on Kashmir and Pakistan celebrates. I think AK is becoming very lucky for Pakistan and we need to recognise this," he said.

Modi then took onto Rahul Gandhi said that 'Congress is not full of ideas.' "It has run out of ideas. Whether it is Jammu and Kashmir or Ladakh, the winds have turned. This time the lotus will bloom here. My only mantra is development," he said.

He then said that he was asking for 60 months not to sit and enjoy power, but as a chowkidaar (watchman). "Give me 60 months to be the watchman of the country. For 60 years you have chosen rulers, choose a servant for 60 months," he said.

12.18 pm: Modi says wind is blowing in a particular direction

Addressing the people here Modi said that when someone joins the BJP, it becomes a relationship. "If Omar Abdullah sees the response this rally has received, he will know which side the wind is blowing. When we say Bharat Vijay rally, we must be victorious over price rise, farmer suicides," he said.

Hitting out at the Congress, Modi said: "When I say let there be jobs or cut inflation, or solve farmer suicide, they have only one answer, secularism."

For how long with the nation deal with dynasty politics, he asked. "Dynasty politics is the biggest enemy of democratic India. We need to free the state and the country from dynasty politics," Modi said.

11.53 am: Narendra Modi arrives at the venue

Modi arrives at the venue, to address the crowd shortly. On the stage with him are the BJP state unit's leaders.

10.30 am: Modi visits Vaishno Devi shrine

Prior to his rally in Udhampur, Narendra Modi visited Mata Vaishno Devi shrine in order to seek blessings before his rally.He even tweeted-

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