With just two days left for the first phase polling for seven-phase Lok Sabha elections, leaders of all political parties are engaged in hectic campaigning.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was addressing a rally in Maharashtra's Latur ht out at the Congress and held it responsible for the creation of Pakistan. "Had Congress leaders acted wisely during the pre-independence era, this Pakistan would not have born," Modi said.
Meanwhile, Congress president Rahul gandhi hit out at the BJP's manifesto, terming it the "voice of "an isolated man". "The BJP Manifesto was created in a closed room. The voice of an isolated man, it is short sighted and arrogant," he said.
Congress manifesto, Pak speak same language on Kashmir related issues: PM Modi
PM Modi also said that killing terrorists by entering their den is New India's policy. "To kill terrorists right in their dens is the policy of New India."
PM Modi said, "Congress manifesto, Pakistan speak the same language on Kashmir related issues."
The oppositions are abusing me by saying that India did not down the Pakistan Air Force F-16 fighter jet. If any lies are spread around the world, they grab the opportunity to spread it. How much proof do they want?
Your blessings, trust gave me the strength to do big works: PM Modi in Latur
Addressing a rally in Latur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "Your blessings, trust gave me the strength to do big works. Your trust my biggest accomplishment in the last five years."
BJP Leader Smriti Irani reacts after Rahul Gandhi's tweet over BJP manifesto
"When it comes to reality of his own constituency, people get to know that despite being an MP for so long he hasn't been able to develop it. Despite having a vision, there's a question mark on his efficiency as the nation knows the condition of Amethi. On one hand there's an efficient government which has taken resolution to build a New India, on the other there's a man who stays restricted to making announcements," she said.
Case registered against BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi tweeted about the difference between the Congress manifesto and Bharatiya Janata Party manifesto.
He tweeted, "The Congress manifesto was created through discussion. The voice of over a million Indian people it is wise and powerful. The BJP Manifesto was created in a closed room. The voice of an isolated man, it is short sighted and arrogant."
BJP election manifesto 'Jhansa Patra', 'bubble of lies': Congress
The Congress on Monday dubbed the BJP's election manifesto a "Jhansa Patra" (deception document) and a "bubble of lies" and said it would have been better had they issued a "maafinama" instead.
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