‘2014 Elections Fought by People’ - The New Indian Express

‘2014 Elections Fought by People’

Published: 05th April 2014 09:45 AM

Last Updated: 05th April 2014 11:41 AM

In his indomitable attack, Narendra Modi termed the Governments at the Centre and the State as ‘mari padi sarkar’ (dead governments) and said they neither have “jaan (life) na kuch karne ki icha (interest to do anything)”. He assured that the BJP would give them a ‘kaam karne wali sarkar’ (government which is committed towards work).

Speaking at an election meeting here, Modi said he is from a poor family and not son of a Chief Minister or Prime Minister. Hence he understands the pain and suffering of common people. Urging people to allow him to do ‘seva’ and wipe out tears and allow him build a secure future for their children, the BJP leader clarified that he is least interested in power and already has it. “I want an opportunity to serve people which is dharma,” he said.

Pointing out that Odisha is synonymous with poverty and starvation and this picture needs to be changed, he urged the voters to remove the BJD Government in Odisha.

“The State, which had a great tradition, has been completely shaken and it is now not even capable of providing two square meals to its people,” he said.

Stating that he has toured enough and has seen many elections, he said the 2014 elections is fought by people and not political parties. Such is the mood that results have been declared even before the poll is held, he added. Asserting that formation of BJP Government is must at the Centre, he called upon the gathering to work for installing a BJP Government in Odisha as well.

Projecting himself as a ‘sukh dukh ka saathi’, he said the Odisha Government is not even fit to manage a civic body in Gujarat.

Calling the Congress as an expert in ditching people, Modi said in 2009 polls, it had promised jobs to 10 crore youths and questioned if anybody from among the crowd was among the 10 crore.

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