Sunday, February 02, 2014

NaMo On AAP, Says Delhi Govt Bringing Shame To India

By Aniket Sharma | INN Live

BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi hit out at the AAP government in Delhi saying the kind of governance the party was not helping Delhi as a global city. In a clear indication that the upcoming Lok Sabha polls was now a multi-cornered fight between the BJP, Congress and the AAP,  Modi questioned the recent law and order incidents in Delhi where African women were attacked by Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti as well as the alleged racial attack and death of Nido Taniam, a 19-year-old from Arunachal Pradesh. 
"Delhi needs to be seen as a global city but in the last few days, the kind of language and actions that are being seen, our head is bowed in shame," Modi said. "People from Arunachal Pradesh fight with the people in China. 

When people from Arunachal Pradesh meet each other, they say ' Jai Hind'... but women from Manipur have been manhandled, a boy from Arunachal Pradesh was killed." Targetting the Centre for not doing enough for North East people, Modi said there should be hostel facilities for North East youth across the country. 

"In The people coming from North East for education or jobs should be provided hostels. They are our own children... our blood... their security is our responsibility." Modi was addressing his second rally in Uttar Pradesh where the party is looking to win big in the state which sends 80 memebers to the Lok Sabha. 

Last week, AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal had named Narendra Modi as well as Nitin Gadkari in their 'most corrupt list' assuring AAP workers that they will field strong candidates against them.

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