Modi as PM will make India supreme: Rajnath
No one would dare to raise its eyes towards India after BJP prime ministerial pick Narendra Modi gets installed as prime minister.punjab Updated: Apr 04, 2014 20:08 IST
No one would dare to raise its eyes towards India after BJP prime ministerial pick Narendra Modi gets installed as prime minister.
BJP national president Rajnath Singh said this at Bhiwani during an election rally in favour of party nominee from Bhiwani-Mahendergarh Dharambir Singh. Sohna MLA Dharambir Singh had recently quit Congress to join the saffron party.
Reiterating party's stand, he said that the alliance of saffron party with Haryana Janhit Congress was firm and those who try to mislead the electorate would get befitting reply in the ensuing LS polls.
Trying to exploit the emotive issue of 1999 Kargil conflict, Rajnath said that the NDA government at the Centre did not let the inflation go up despite pressure on economy due to Kargil war. Holding UPA responsible for inflation, he said that large-scale corruption and wrong economic policies led to inflation.
Exhorting the people to vote for BJP candidates, he said that once Modi got installed as prime minister, no country on globe would dare to challenge India. Mocking the Congress government in the state, he said that if anyone wanted to witness the pathetic state of farmers, they must visit Haryana.
Charging chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led government with misrule, he said that farmers' land was acquired and given to private sharks using unfair route and electricity supply was in a shambles. He also appealed for casting vote in favour of HJC supremo Kuldeep Bishnoi. Bishnoi, incumbent Hisar MP, is seeking reelection from Hisar.