Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday (November 21) addressed an election rally in Rajasthan’s Baran. He attacked Congress and said that the aim of making India a developed nation is difficult to fulfill until eveils like “corruption, dynasty and appeasement” are finished.
“BJP has always had very special relations with the people here…It has been 75 years since India’s independence. Now, we have the aim of a ‘developed India’ before us. The aim of making India developed is incomplete without making Rajasthan developed. But as long as the three enemies of the country – corruption, dynasty and appeasement – are amid us, it is difficult for this resolution to fulfill until then. Congress is the biggest symbol of these three evils,” he said.
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(With ANI inputs)