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Do not let Congress come to MP: Narendra Modi at Khandwa rally

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    Bhopal, Nov 22: With just three days left for the assembly elections, the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Friday addressed a rally in Khandwa district of poll-bound Madhya Pradesh.

    Modi began his speech at 1 pm and thanked the audience for coming in huge number even in the scorching heat.

    Modi started his address by launching an attack on the Congress.

    Modi said, "On one side there are false promises but on other side is the BJP's performance of development. MP has decided to vote for development. MP has decided that it will not support vote bank politics."

    "Kamal pe vote dena hai, BJP ko jitana hai", Modi said.

    While praising Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Modi said, "I congratulate Shivraj Singh Chouhan for implementing "Atal Jyoti Abhiyan" scheme. He is working towards providing electricity to the people."

    "Congress ne wada toda, aap nata todoge unse" (Congress broken its promises, will you break ties with it?), he asked the audience.

    Modi also attacked Sheila-Dikshit led Congress government in Delhi. He said, "Government in Delhi is phenomenal. Export cotton and pay tax, export mutton and get subsidy."

    "Congress arrogance is sky high. They are neither answering for their work nor for their sins. Do not let them come to MP", he said.

    "Come vote in the morning itself. Kamal pe vote dena hai, BJP ko jitana hai. Shivraj Singh Chouhan ki sarkar banani hai", Modi asked the MP audience before concluding his speech.

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