Modi asks Maya to withdraw support to Rajasthan govt

Alwar gang rape case

Addressing election rallies in Kushinagar and Deoria Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh, Modi said that BSP supremo Mayawati was shedding ''crocodile tears'' on the gang-rape incident and dared her to withdraw support to the Congress government in

Prime minister Narendra Modi once again raked up the Alwar gang rape incident on Sunday and sought to portray his party as the true well-wisher of the SC community.

Addressing election rallies in Kushinagar and Deoria Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh, Modi said that BSP supremo Mayawati was shedding ''crocodile tears'' on the gang-rape incident and dared her to withdraw support to the Congress government in Rajasthan if she really cared for the interests of the SCs.

''The Rajasthan government is supported by Mayawati….she should write to the governor of the state intimating withdrawal of support to the state government if she really is the well-wisher of SCs,'' he said.

Modi said that his rivals had amassed huge wealth while he did not think of amassing wealth. ''The bua-babua (Mayawati-Akhilesh Yadav) have bungalows worth crores,'' he said.

He also took potshots at Congress president Rahul Gandhi and said that those, who were born with a silver spoon, were now ''doing politics in the name of the poor''.

Modi said that the ongoing general elections would ''determine'' India's position in the world in the 21st century.

He also referred to the seizure of properties of the fugitive Indian businessman Neerav Modi and said that the latter had fled with Rs. nine thousand crores but the government had seized his properties, which were valued much more than the same.

''Only a strong government can do such things...Congress is a vote katwa (eating away votes of rivals) party,'' he remarked.

The prime minister also referred to the cross border air strike and said that our jawans did not require permission from anyone to fire. 

Both the seats would be going to the polls in the last phase of polling on May 19.

 
 

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