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Modi’s appeal to voters: Give us 300+ seats in Lok Sabha polls

Modi’s appeal to voters: Give us 300+ seats in Lok Sabha polls
Accusing the Congress and third front of fuelling instability, Narendra Modi today sought a clear-cut mandate, appealing to voters to give NDA at least 300 seats in the Lok Sabha polls for providing a strong and stable government at the Centre. The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate lashed out at Congress which has hinted at the possibility of supporting a secular front government at the Centre to keep BJP at bay, saying such forces were trying to ‘destablise the country’.

‘They said BJP won’t get allies, many will leave but across the nation new friends have joined us. Congress said Modi was only in Gujarat but that too didn’t cut ice. Now they are talking of unstable Governments. They want instability’, he said.

Addressing a rally here, Modi said a strong and stable government can only fulfil the aspirations of the people and improve India’s image at the international level.

‘...I appeal to voters from Kashmir to Kanyakumari to elect more than 300 MPs from NDA and all from Uttar Pradesh. If there is a strong government at the Centre and if a new prime minister sits with the support of 300 MPs in Parliament, then the world will listen to him. We can also deliver on our promises to the people,’ he said.

BJP has fielded Modi from Varanasi to give BJP a boost to the party’s prospects in Uttar Pradesh which gives 80 seats to the Lok Sabha. The party is also eying the maximum number of seats from UP and Bihar which together account for 120 seats.

BJP takes Modi flight delay issue to EC

Sensing conspiracy in the delay in Narendra Modi’s flight from Delhi, BJP on Tuesday approached the Election Commission on the issue and sought directions to the Civil Aviation authorities for early clearances to its prime ministerial candidate. In its complaint to Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath, BJP alleged ‘conspiracy’ in Tuesday’s delay in Modi’s flight from Delhi to Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh that affected his election campaign as he reached hours behind schedule. BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi sent the complaint to the CEC alleging that there seemed to be a conspiracy behind Tuesday’s delay in his helicopter flight.
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