Modi in Haryana: People want development and not divisive politics

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Modi addresses rally in UP
Baghpat (UP), March 29: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. He will later address a rally in Chandigarh today. Security has been beefed up ahead of his rallies

Highlights of rally in Gohana, Haryana

Narendra Modi addresses a rally here and said that 'many promises have been made.' "But these promises didn't feed you, they didn't bring in development. People want development and not divisive politics." he said.

Slamming the Congress he said that people wanted opportunities and not oppurtunisim. "Youngsters wants skills and jobs and not petty politics," he said. 

Highlights of the rally in Baghpat

Speaking to the people here, Modi said that in 2014, 'we needed a Congress-mukt Bharat.' "This was the region that was very active during 1857. That time the slogan was 'angrez mukt bharat. Today it has become angrez mukt bharat," he said.

Hitting out at the Congress he said:" Congress kept playing with the emotions of the people but they have never given any solutions. While jawans get slaughtered, the Pakistani PM was being served chicken biryani. We could have told the Pakistani PM to wait, but the Centre lacks courage," he said.

He said that Bhagpat didn't need 'Hawai netas.' "Bhagpat needs  a leader who will walk shoulder to shoulder with the farmers. How can you trust someone who betrayed the path of their fathers," he said. Congress party's moto has now become, 'mar jawan, mar kisan, he said.

Makind a direct attack on Rahul Gandhi, Modi said that Rahul says Narendra Modi is an ideology. "Yes am proud to be born out of an ideology. Our ideology is to put the nation before the party. You (Rahul Gandhi) can't compete with this ideology.

Let us free ourselves from dynasty politics. UP will benefit only when dynasty politics comes to an end," he said.

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