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I don't want to become PM, want to be a Chowkidar: Narendra Modi


Jhansi, Oct 25: While concluding his speech at Jhansi rally, Narendra Modi asserted, "don't make me PM but make me Chowkidar (security guard0."

The Gujarat CM claimed that he will guard the country after getting power at New Delhi. Hailing BJP for choosing a simple man like him as its PM candidate, Modi added, "The BJP has chosen me an ordinary man born into a poor family, someone who as a child sold Tea on the Railway Platform."

"Look at the Values of this Party that it chose me to be its PM candidate. But please don't make me PM. Make me chowkidaar," said Modi and concluded his speech.

Why India's Intelligence agencies sharing secrets with Rahul, says Modi:

Mentioning about Rahul Gandhi's controversial speech at Indore in Madhya Pradesh, Modi raised questions regarding intelligence agencies of the country.

"Why are India's Intelligence Agencies sharing secret details with Rahul Gandhi who is just an MP and does not hold any profile in the government," asked Modi.

Addressing the crowd Modi asked, "The country wants to know how someone who has not taken the Oath of Secrecy is getting briefings for his Speeches from Intelligence Agencies."

"He (Rahul) has said an even more serious thing that some Muslims in Muzaffarnagar are in touch with ISI. The Nation's Governance is in your hands, Uttar Pradesh is ruled by your ally - the nation wants to know how is it that ISI can do anything?"

The Gujarat CM also raise questions regarding 1984 riots which broke out in the country after Indira Gandhi's assassination.

Modi's criticism once again was directed at Rahul Gandhi when the former said, "I just heard what the Crown Prince said on his Grandmother's Assassination on being angry.I want to ask him what happened due to that anger?"

"Is it not true that Thousands of Sikhs were killed due to that anger ? No Congress leader has stood trial for those 1000s deaths," Modi added.

Congress got 60 yrs, BJP will change India in 60 months, says Narendra Modi:

Speaking about Congress' rule in the country for last 60 years, Modi urged Indians to give only 60 months to BJP which, according to Modi, will change the scenario in the country completely.

Criticising SP and BSP governments in Uttar Pradesh, Modi said, "They don't know how to fulfill your promises.They only want to fill their stomachs. Till Uttar Pradesh does not commit itself to ridding all three of them (SP, BSP and congress) until then UP will not develop."

"On the one side is Congress' arrogance and Samwajwadi Party's Dynastic Politics and BSP's Personality Politics. Now it is not the time for more Packages. It is time to Pack up the bags and bid goodbye to SP and BSP," asserted Modi in Jhansi.

I'm not here to speak about those who shed tears, Modi slams Rahul in Jhansi:

Without taking Rahul Gandhi's name during his speech in Jhansi, Narendra Modi claimed that he will neither shed tears nor will speak about those leaders who always cry and complaint.

"Today I have not come here to cry and complain. I have not come here to shed tears. I have not come here to give you a story of those who shed tears either," said Modi and added, "I am here to give you confidence that your tears will be wiped away."

Rajnath Singh taunts 'emotional' Rahul Gandhi:

The BJP President taunted the young Gandhi family scion who recently in a rally in Uttar Pradesh spoke about his grandmother Indira Gandhi and father Rajiv Gandhi's assassinations.

Terming Rahul's speech as baseless at this time, Rajnath Singh said, "We pray for a long life to Rahul Gandhi. But you are saying inappropriate things because it is election time."

Slamming Rahul for his comment on BJP leaders and poverty, Rajnath asked, Have not Uma Bharti, Kalyan Singh, Vinay Katiyar lived a life of poverty and ordinariness."

Rajnath also attacked Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samajwadi Party. He claimed, "BSP and SP may pretend to criticize the Congress in UP. But in Delhi they are together. Is this not a betrayal of UP."

Now Rajnath Singh hits out at Rahul Gandhi:

BJP President Rajnath Singh slammed Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi while speaking at the rally. He also spoke about poverty and poverty and unemployment which have been haunting Bundelkhand and Singh believes that the region is suffering the most than all other regions of Uttar Pradesh.

"Rahul Gandhi made empty promises of a large package to change the destiny of Bundelkhand- where is the money," asked Singh who also accused Rahul Gandhi of marketing poverty of the country.

Only Modi can provide real security to women, says Uma in Jhansi:

Uma Bharti urged everyone to bless BJP and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and also said, "I am appealing to all the women of Bundelkhand to bless BJP and Narendra Modi ji to become PM. Here is a leader who can give development, corruption free governance and can keep women safe."

"I want India to become both Economic Superpower and a Military Superpower under Modi ji's leadership," added Uma and also said, "I want all youth to take an oath to make Bundelkhand corruption free and developed."

Narendra Modi's Gujarat is only corruption free state in India, says Uma Bharti:

Gujarat is the only state in the country where anyone can complete any official work without indulging in corruption. No government officials demand bribe in Gujarat, claimed Uma Bharti while addressing the crowd.

Hailing Narendra Modi for his work in Gujarat, Uma Bharti urged everyone to caste their votes for Narendra Modi and make him PM of the country.

Narendra Modi reaches Vijay Shankhnad Rally at Jhansi:

Narendra Modi has arrived for Vijay Shankhnad Rally at Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. He will address the rally shortly.

Around 2 lakh people attend Narendra Modi's Jhansi rally:

According to sources, around two lakh people are attending attend Modi's Jhansi rally.

In an order to bring more crowd in Jhansi, the party is ferrying people from neighbouring Uttar Pradesh and the poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, where assembly elections will held on Nov 25.

How Jhansi decked up for Narendra Modi:

The media in-charge of the state, Manish Dixit was quoted as saying that the stage from where Modi will address the crowd has been decked up with Jhansi's historical Queen Lakshmibai's image.

Which BJP leaders accompany Modi in Jhansi:

BJP President Rajnasth Singh, former UP CM Kalyan Singh, BJP leader Uma Bharti, Modi's close aide Amit Shah, and the state president of the party, Lakshmikanth Vajpayee are accompanying the Gujarat CM during his Jhansi rally.

Rajnath Singh, Kalyan Singh and Amit Shah were present at his previous rally in Kanpur.

After Kanpur, Narendra Modi set to woo Jhansi:

BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi is all set to woo Jhansi. The Gujarat CM is scheduled to attend a mega rally in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh on Friday, Oct 25.

Modi reached Gwalior in the afternoon and took a chopper ride to reach his destination at Jhansi. It has been reported that the event will begin around 3:00 pm.

This will be Modi's second rally in the state. Earlier Modi had attended a huge rally in Kanpur on Oct 19. Kanpur rally was Modi's first meeting in Uttar Pradesh after his elevation as BJP PM nominee.

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