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India needs to be free from Congress rule: Modi

india Updated: Jun 09, 2013 13:15 IST

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Addressing the BJP conclave in Goa on Sunday, Narendra Modi slammed Congress saying that the country needs to be free from Congress rule. He added that the nation has never seen such brazeness.

Here are the highlights of his speech:

He slammed the Congress saying the nation has never seen such brazeness.
Differences between Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh have cost the country.
People are angry with the Congress.
We need the country free from Congress rule.
Congress-free country is not politics but a programme nationalism.
Statue of Sardar Patel should be bigger than Statue of Liberty.

Meanwhile BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain declared that BJP will launch nationwide protests against UPA from 17-21 June across India. He however, refused to divulge anything on Gujarat chief minister's Narendra Modi's elevation.

Here are the highlights from his press conference:

BJP has passed its political resolution in the National Executive.
Corruption of UPA II was discussed in the National Executive. BJP is the only hope for the country.
There is no rift in the party, blessings of Advani are with us.
Only BJP and Communist party work on democratic principles. The other parties don't.
BJP is proud to have leaders like Advani and Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Will launch Jail Bharo Andolan from 17-21 June across India.
Congress is afraid of Narendra Modi.
Announcement of decision on Modi soon.