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INDORE: Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Indore for upcoming Assembly elections in the state. While addressing the event, PM Modi referred to Congress leader Digvijaya Singh and said that one of the senior Congress leaders is not being allowed to campaign for the Assembly elections in the state. PM Modi said that the reason behind this is the fear of the party that the people will remember the failure of the party during its tenure.

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister from 1993-98, Digvijaya Singh says that his party will lose votes if he will campaign for the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

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Addressing a rally here on Sunday, the Prime Minister said, “One of the senior Congress leaders is not being allowed to campaign during these elections. The reason is that the Congress fears that if he campaigns, the party will lose as people will recall what the fate of Madhya Pradesh was during the time they were in power.”

The Prime Minister also accused the Congress of playing divisive politics and said, “Congress neither has any policy, intention, nor a leader… its leader is confused. Let the naamdar (apparently Congress chief Rahul Gandhi) write down on a piece of paper how many zeroes are there in Rs. 23,000 crore. He will get confused.”

While addressing the rally here, PM Modi conveyed that the upcoming elections are not about who will lose or he will win, but it is rather about leaving behind the people who besides development focuses more on the ‘divide and rule’ approach.

Amidst his speech, PM Modi also talked about the development done by the NDA government in Indore. Modi informed that Rs. 23,000 crore will be spent on seven cities in Madhya Pradesh including Indore regarding the development work. Modi eveb asserted that the foreign tourists’ influx has increased in the past two years.

The Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh will take place on 28th of this month, while results for the same will be declared on December 11

 

 

 

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