MODI BLAMES CONGRESS FOR LACK OF DEVELOPMENT IN J’KHAND

BJP’s prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today went all guns blazing against the UPA government
for the woes of the people of Jharkhand, calling the Congress a ‘burden’.

Addressing the ‘Vijay Sankalp Rally’ from an ambitiously designed ‘Parliament’ shaped dais at Dhurva Ground in Ranchi, Modi alleged that
Congress had neglected the people for 50 long years and it was BJP which understood the people’s ambitions by carving out a separate
state of Jharkhand.

He targeted Rahul Gandhi yet again, saying while nothing is being done to check price rise and corruption, the Congress vice-president has
been only coming out with ‘akashwani’ (celestial voices).

Modi urged the Jharkhand people to vote for BJP in 2014 general elctions so that the state could hope for a brighter future.