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PM Modi kick starts election campaign in Odisha, Telangana and Andhra

Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his election campaign for Eastern India from Jeypore town in Odisha’s Koraput district on Friday.

Addressing an election rally in Koraput, the Prime Minister urged people to vote for the New India. Attacking opposition, PM Modi said the people have to decide whether they want a government which strikes terrorist havens or a government which doesn’t dare to take action against terrorism.

Speaking about the country’s achievements in the field of science, PM Modi said India is now capable to do guard’s job even in space.He said just two days ago, Odisha had witnessed a historical achievement which showcased India’s capability to the whole world.

PM Modi’s next stop was Mehboobnagar in Telangana where he addressed a public meeting hitting out at The Telangana CM KC Roa for his belief in astrology rather in real work.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi cautioned countrymen against the Congress leadership lacking primary knowledge on vital issues. In an exclusive interview to a private news channel Prime Minister said mission shakti was a pre-planned initiative taken after due deliberations with several coordinating agencies. Slamming the Congress on questioning the timing of the ASAT test, Prime Minister Modi said that lot of global planning is needed before an event like ASAT test.

BJP President Amit Shah addressed a rally in Alipurduar in West Bengal where he slammed Mamata govt for under development of the state.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi addressed party’s ‘Parivartan Yatra’ in Haryana. The Congress President also held roadshows at Yamunanagar.

Congress General Secretary for Uttar Pradesh (East) Priyanka Gandhi Vadra held meeting supporters in Amethi.

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