Congress won't come to power till 2025: Modi

Though the official occasion was the inauguration of state Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) new hitech party office, the party patriarch LK Advani and prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Monday converted the platform to address the party workers.

Even before the Lok Sabha elections are declared, the duo announced the return of the saffron party to power and spoke on issues of price-rise, corruption and governance. Modi went on to say that the coming general elections would be a swansong for the Congress till at least 2025.

Addressing workers and putting behind all grievances of the past, Advani said, “Right from 1952, when I plunged into politics, I have never seen a more aggressive national campaign that was launched six months ago when Modi was declared the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate.”

Modi asserted that this election was not just a simple democratic process which happens every five years. Speaking in chaste Gujarati, Modi said this election “will decide India’s future and destiny. It beholds asha and armaan. The Congress party will never come back to power till 2025, take my word for it.”

 “It is very clear from these reactions that the country had already made a decision about which party will rule after 2014,” the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate said, to thumping applause punctuated with slogans ‘Har, har Modi, Ghar, ghar Modi’.

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