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No power in the world can save Congress from losing in elections: Modi

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Thursday said that no power in the world could save Congress from losing in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

punjab Updated: Apr 03, 2014 19:53 IST

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Thursday said that no power in the world could save Congress from losing in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Modi adressed the rally, "The result for this election was already known after the announcement of the dates for the polls. People know it very well what will be the result of the upcoming polls. The whole country has agreed that Congress time this government would not last."

"No power in the world can save the Congress party, the main issue is not winning in the elections, but people want the current government to be punished. In the past ten years. They have ruined the country and the common manis the suffer," he said.

There is nothing that the Congress has done for the people. In 2009, the Congress had said that they would provide employment to over ten crore people, but they did not keep their word. They had also said that the price rise would come down but the common man was hit hard by inflation from the past decade, he added.

He further said, "People running the Haryana government behave like VIPs and not like public servants and they are not going to last this time."

"The Congress is full of corrupt ministers and corruption in the government is increasing day-by-day and people want to get rid of it," he said.

"It is not about winning or losing in the elections, losing is part and parcel of politics but what people want is to put the corrupt Congress ministers behind the bars. My mantra is that neither do I take bribe nor do I let anyone take it," he added.