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In Uttarakhand, Modi asks people to overthrow ‘govt of plunderers’

Taking a swipe at the Gandhi family, Narendra Modi on Saturday said the mother and son have never gone through the pangs of penury and asked the people of Uttarakhand to overthrow the ‘government of plunderers’ who have looted the people and stashed their money abroad.
 
He charged that the government of the ‘mother and son’ (Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi) has destroyed the country and the ‘saddest part’ is that they are ‘not affected or worried by this. They think people will forget everything.’ 

Modi also attacked home minister Sushilkumar Shinde and said, the ‘home minister’ of the ‘mother and son’ says that people forget everything (corruption and inflation) like the ‘way they forgot the Bofors (scam)’. 

‘If you want back the country’s looted money stashed abroad, you will have to first remove the government of plunderers in New Delhi,’ he told an impressive election meeting held here in support of party candidate from Pauri Lok Sabha seat and former chief minister Bhuvan Chandra Khanduri. 

He said the mother-son government at the Centre cannot feel the pain of the poor because they were born rich with a golden spoon in their mouth and never went through the pangs of penury. 
Again describing himself as a ‘humble chaiwala’ who has seen it all moving from one railway compartment to another to offer people tea, Modi said this time the poll battle is between the mother-son duo on the one side and a chaiwala on the other. 

‘Namdars on the one hand and a kamdar on the other,’ he said, targeting Sonia and Rahul Gandhi. 
The Gujarat chief minister said the country had given 60 years to administrators but now it was time it gave 60 months to a servant and a chowkidar (watchman). 

‘You gave 60 years to administrators.Give just 60 months to a servant and a chowkidar. I can assure you I am a chowkidar who would never let anyone lay a hand on the country’s coffers,’ he said. 
Seeking to strike an emotional chord with the people of the state, Modi said he shared a special bonding with the people of Uttarakhand as he was a in-charge of the party’s affairs in the state many years ago. 

However, he regretted not being allowed to do anything for the people of the state when calamity struck in June last year. 
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