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PM Modi To Address 3 Rallies Today

PM Modi To Address 3 Rallies Today

Taking the conversation further, Prime Minister Narendra Modi garnered a rise in followers by 51%, thus giving us the opinion that Narendra Modi's fan following is hard to shake.

Addressing a rally here, the Prime Minister said, "When the triple talaq matter was in the Supreme Court, the government had to put their affidavit. When Pandit Nehru's influence on the Congress was complete, the Congress ensured that Dr. Ambedkar found it tough to join the Constituent Assembly", the PM added. He also hit out at the Congress for allowing the Tanker raj to flourish in Gujarat. He said BJP government in Gujarat has succeeded in tackling corruption in the state. Don't fear. If you had really carried out development then you would not have to talk about the Mogul era to China, rather you would have talked abut Gujarat's people, farmers, youth, shopkeepers, Dalits, backward castes. One such word is curfew. "Our Government worked for tribal welfare, ensured better education, healthcare", PM Modi said.

Garnering the title of the most followed Indian on Twitter, the current Prime Minister has attained more than 3.75 crore followers. "Everything is not about elections". Newspapers commented that Modi will remain silent because of Uttar Pradesh polls. "People told me not to speak on the matter else there will be losses in elections", he said. He is entitled to do that but is it right for him to say postpone hearing till 2019? "Is such thinking proper?"

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Congress said BJP has not been able to fulfil the poll promises made in 2012 Gujarat assembly elections. "They are least bothered about the nation", he said.

Meanwhile, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's rallies scheduled in Narmada, Dang and Tapi districts for today have been cancelled.

In wake of the Cyclone Ockhi, forwarding towards the Gujarat coast, the political parties were forced to cancel their rallies and roadshows, including those by BJP chief Amit Shah and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.