It's a fight between a tea vendor and a shehzada: Modi in Bulandshahr

Lucknow, March 26: While raising poll pitch in Bulandshahr, the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Wednesday said it's a "fight between tea vendor and a shehzada".

He reached Bulandshahr district in Uttar Pradesh at around 2 pm after addressing a mega rally in Jammu and Kashmir.

"It's a fight between tea vendor and a shehzada, naamdar versus kaamdar", Modi told a roaring crowd, in a direct attack on Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi.

"Everyone has come together to fight a tea-sellor", he added while addressing a public meeting in Naya Gaon area of Bulandshahr.

Modi raised the level of poll debate when he said,"India will witness a new era post the 2014 elections. 2014 elections will sow the seeds for India's future."

"Those who looted the nation know what will happen after May 16. I don't want the chair for power, I want the chair to serve the people of this country. NDA needs your blessings and support", he said.

While launching an attack on the ruling Samajwadi Party and state Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, Modi said, "there are no jobs for youth. Small scale industries are being shut, what is the SP government doing?

"There are no schemes in UP to help the farmers, the government has done nothing. It has failed to meet the needs of the common man", Modi added.

"I need public support to defeat Congress & nail them over scams", he said.

Dr Bhola Singh is the BJP candidate from Bulandshahr constituency. Bulandshahr will go to polls on April 10.

Modi has started his second phase of campaigning with a long series of his "Bharat Vijay" rallies all across the country.

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