02 November, Purnea (Bihar)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday said Congress has no moral right to question BJP over intolerance.
Addressing an election meeting at Purnea, Modi said the Congress president Sonia Gandhi should not forget the anti-sikh riots during Congress reign.
Modi raked up 1984 riots in his speech and slammed Congress over intolerance. Modi claimed a large number of women have their right of franchise to change the regime.
Hitting out at both Nitish and Lalu, Modi said women of Bihar want a government that ensures a bright future for their children. Women of Bihar are outraged by the continuing Jungle raj, he said. He expressed confidence that voting in the last phase will break all previous records.
Meanwhile, addressing a rally in Araria ahead of the final phase of Bihar Assembly election,Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi today criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his 2014 Lok Sabha election promise of bringing back black money stashed abroad.
He also criticized the Modi over soaring pulse prices and reminded him of his promise of providing employment to youngsters of the country. He also took a jibe at the ‘Make in India’ scheme, terming it a facade, and said the government has not brought any real development.