Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi

Na Darbari, Na Maharaj, Is Baar Fir Se Shivraj: PM Modi

ANI | Updated: Nov 25, 2018 20:25 IST

Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh) [India], Nov 25 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that "neither Darbari nor Maharaj, Madhya Pradesh would vote for Shivraj" again. Urging the people to vote for the BJP in the Assembly polls, he said, "Na Darbari, Na Raja, Na Maharaj, Is Baar Fir Se Shivraj."
Addressing an election rally here, Prime Minister Modi said that the Congress misruled Madhya Pradesh for more than 55 years while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has given good governance to the state in the last 15 years. "Now you tell me whom you should vote for-Cong's misrule or the BJP's good governance," he asked the gathering.
Lauding Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for various schemes and policies for the benefit of the people of the state, Prime Minister Modi said, "People of Madhya Pradesh are determined to bring back Shivraj led BJP government in the state."
"From the Panchayat to the Parliament, each and every state was once ruled by the Congress party. But today people across the country are rejecting the Congress. The reason is corruption and their policy of dividing people on the basis of caste," he said.
Further sharpening his attack on Rahul Gandhi led Congress party, PM Modi asserted that the party does not trust the people of the state and therefore has not revealed the name of its chief ministerial candidate.
"Shouldn't the Congress tell you who their Chief Ministerial candidate is? When they don't trust you, should you trust them and cast vote for them on November 28," asked Prime Minister Modi. He also claimed that the Congress party has become a burden on the country while his government both in states and center is working for the welfare of the country.
"We are ensuring affordable and quality healthcare for all, through Jan Aushadhi Kendras. The poor and middle-class people have been immensely benefited by our schemes. Rahul Gandhi talks about Made in Mandsaur, Made in Jabalpur, Made in Indore mobile phones, but he does not know that today India exports mobile phones," he said.
Madhya Pradesh will go to polls to elect legislators for its 230 constituencies on November 28. The results will be declared on December 11. (ANI)

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