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Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Campaigning in top gear for 7th & last Phase

Addressing the rally in Sasaram, PM accused the Congress of neglecting Bihar. He said that Sasaram and Bihar have always given the country a leadership with a direction.

PM Modi shared the stage in Buxar with NDA ally, LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan and senior JDU & state BJP leaders PM slammed opposition parties for duping the poor.

PM Modi held the first rally of the day at Ballia. Prime Minister hailed the glorious history of Ballia in the freedom struggle. Taking inspiration from Ballia, the land of rebellion, PM Modi said he has turned a rebel against poverty. He attacked the leaders of the Mahagathbandhan of SP-BSP for amassing wealth and property in the name of caste politics.

Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said that there is no place for political violence in a healthy democracy, it’s unfortunate that more and more incidents of violence are taking place in West Bengal. He termed it  unfortunate, that the chief minister is unable to stop violence in the state?

BSP Supremo  Mayawati, SP Chief Akhilesh Yadav and RLD President Ajit Singh held a joint rally in UP’s Salempur. Addressing the gathering, Mayawati slammed Congress for being detrimental to interest of the people and so it is a zero party now.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is in Madhya Pradesh. He addressed his first rally at Neemuch. On target was Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government’s policies. Rahul Gandhi exuded confidence of a win in the Lok Sabha elections. He listed the benefits of Nyay and reiterated his party’s promise to fill 22 Lakh govt jobs that are lying vacant within a year of coming to office. Rahul Gandhi also said there would be two budgets of which the first would be for farmers.

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