Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at a rally in Himachal Pradesh’s Una: The last round of election campaign is going on in Himachal Pradesh. In this last phase, the Congress and the BJP do not want to give up in campaigning. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the people in Una, Himachal Pradesh on Sunday. This time, the enthusiasm here is watching the BJP, he has never seen before. This is a one-way contest. Taking a dig at the Congress, he said that Rajiv Gandhi was a doctor who told the disease and did not treat him. Thousands of rupees worth Rs. 57 thousand crore were stuck due to the base. He said that the opposition is telling me the blame for every disturbance. In our government, no paw can fall in the safe bank of the country.
The PM said that the anti-piracy stoppers are upset, so Modi is crying Modi. I am sorry that one thing will hurt in this election because the Congress has run away from the field. To increase tourism in Himachal, this will increase employment. Himachal Pradesh Opinion Poll 2017
— ANI (@ANI) November 5, 2017
He will also address the public today in Palampur and Kullu. Earlier yesterday, Prime Minister Modi had strongly targeted the Congress during a rally in Kangra. Prime Minister Modi termed Congress as termites. He had said that appealing for relief from the termite, the PM demanded the vote. Earlier, the PM, calling himself Sardar Patel’s follower in the Kangra Ratan, while holding a handful of Congress’s black days on the completion of one year of the ban on bondage, said that the Congress will not be able to stop it by blowing bridges.
Not only this, he attacked the Congress, saying that the Congress has left the field before the elections. Voting is going on in a phase in Himachal Pradesh on 9th November.
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