Amid preparations for the third phase of polling, PM Modi addressed a host of rallies in 2 states. He canvassed for votes for BJP while addressing 4 public meetings in Maharashtra and Rajasthan.
In Dindori, PM took on the Congress over issues of national security.
Drawing a contrast between actions of his govt and the UPA regime, PM said, that while his govt took courageous steps in response to terror attacks, the UPA govt’s response was weak and fearful.
He credited his govt with greater success in combating terrorism.
His next campaign stop was Nandurbar in Maharashtra where he accused the opposition of spreading canards like if the BJP returns to power, it will change the reservation policy.
Clearing the air, PM assured that there would be no change in the reservation policy or structure if a BJP-led govt wins a second consecutive term at the Centre.
He also assured people of the tribal-dominated seat that their land rights would be protected.
Addressing rallies in Udaipur and Jodhpur in Rajasthan, PM Modi unleashed an onslaught on the state govt and recounted the achievements of the Union Govt.
PM alleged that the opposition is shying away from a discourse on terrorism. He also underlined the need for a strong and stable govt at the Centre.
Without taking names, PM said that as soon as he raises issues of dynasty politics and national security some people feel jolted.
All in all, PM Modi is not only highlighting the work done by his govt over the last 5 years but also firing sharp salvos at the opposition.