Strong wind of change will blow away Congress in Assam: PM

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Rangapara (Assam), March 27 (IANS) A strong wind blowing across Assam is all set to uproot the ruling Congress in the forthcoming assmebly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday and appealed to people for a decisive mandate in favour of the BJP.

He was addressing a public rally at Rangapara, located on the north bank of the Branhmaputra river, in Assam’s Sonitpur district.

On Saturday, Modi kick-started the Bharatiya Janata Party’s campaign in the poll-bound Assam by addressing four public rallies and a citizens’ meeting in four districts of the state.

“Today my programe was at 10 a.m. and I was wondering how the people will come so early? There are no roads also here. But I am happy to see such a large gathering, which has even belittled this field. I assure you that I’ll return this love of yours with interest by doing development works,” Modi told people at the rally.

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“…this time, I can see that there is a strong wind of change blowing here, which will uproot the Congress. The bad governance of 15 years will end and there will be a new sunrise of development,” he said.

Targetting the Congress party for the problems of people in Assam, he appealed for a decisive mandate.

“When you press the button on April 4 and April 11, keep in your mind the Congress’ misrule of 60 years. The reason behind your problems is only these people (Congress). Press the button in such a way that BJP and its allies get absolute majority. Never give an indecisive mandate, otherwise your future will be left insecure.”

Modi said people of India gave a decisive mandate to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2014 Lok sabha polls. And now India is getting applauded worldwide.

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“If you want to listen to the same applause for Assam, vote for absolute majority to BJP and its allies in the forthcoming polls.”

The two-phase assembly polls in Assam’s 126 constituencies are scheduled to take place on April 4 and April 11.

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