He said, "Vote for India to curb corruption and development of the country."
Modi taunts Congress leaders over black money at Swiss Banks:
Gujarat CM cricticised Congress leaders who reportedly have refused to give statements regarding black money which have been stashed in Swiss Banks.
Modi claimed that BJP will distribute the black money if it comes to power after Lok Sabha elections which are expected to be held by May 2014. He promised to get back the money from Swiss banks.
Modi accuses Congress of compelling farmers to commit suicide:
Maharashtra had witnessed many cases of farmers' committing suicide. Modi asserted that Congress government in Maharashtra failed to fulfill desires of the poor farmers of the state.
He also spoke about BJP government in Madhya Pradesh under the guidance of Shivraj Singh Chouhan. He said that Madhya Pradesh was suffering when Congress was in the power in the state. However, the state overcame all difficulties when Chouhan took over the power in the state, asserted Modi.
Ask for Congress free India: Narendra Modi to Mumbaikars
Congress knows vote-bank politics, claimed BJP's PM candidate expressing his disappointment with the Sonia Gandhi's party. Addressing the rally, Modi asked all people to begin a joint protest demanding "Congress free India".
Mumbai is 2nd home of Gujaratis: Narendra Modi
Wooing the Mumbaikars, Modi began his speech. He hailed the huge crowd who gathered from different parts of the country. He claimed that Mumbai is the second home for all Gujaratis.
Rajnath slams Sonia, Rahul for taking credit from Anna Hazare:
Speaking about recently passed Lokpal Bill, Rajnath Singh slammed Congress President and Vice President who recently claimed credit for passing the anti-corruption graft.
Rejecting to accept any credit of the Congress party, Rajnath claimed only Anna should be given the credit for the struggle to get the Lokpal Bill passed.
Vajpayee gave his magical wand to Narendra Modi: Rajnath Singh
Rajnath Singh slammed Sonia Gandhi who recently has claimed that she does not have any magical wand to check price rise crisis of the country. Commenting on Mrs Gandhi's statement, Rajnath claimed that the then prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had succeeded to control price rise during his tenure.
Rajnath also claimed that Vajpayee has handed over his magical wand to Narendra Modi, who according to BJP President, will be the next PM of India.
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Rajnath Singh hails Bal Thackeray during Modi's rally:
Remembering the late Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray, Rajnath Singh began his speech. Criticising Congress and its leaders, Rajnath recalled results of recently concluded assembly elections in five crucial state. Congress lost in three states and has been removed from power in Delhi.
Rajnath did not even spare Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi while speaking about price rise issue which has been haunting the country. He claimed that Indians will not forgive Congress for the sins it has committed repeatedly.
Narendra Modi shares dais with Rajnath Singh, Gadkari:
Narendra Modi reached the venue around 1:40 pm. He is sharing dais with BJP President Rajnath Singh, former president Nitin Gadjari and other crucial BJP leaders from Mumbai.
Ahead of Modi's speech, Gadkari, Rajnath along with senior leaders like Gopinath Munde, state party chief Devendra Fadnavis, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Assembly Eknath Khadse, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Vinod Tawde also are addressing the rally.
Narendra Modi's wax statue unveiled in Mumbai:
Ahead of his rally, the Gujarat CM unveiled his wax statue while attending a function in the Dream City.
Narendra Modi all set to woo Mumbai:
PM candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -- Narendra Modi is going to address a rally in Mumbai shortly on Sunday, Dec 22.
Party workers from Maharashtra, Gujarat and other parts of the country are attending the rally. The BJP booked 21 long-distance trains, several buses and private vehicles to transport people to and from the venue.