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PM Modi addresses three rallies

In the 6th phase of General Election, polling will take place on 17 seats of Delhi and Haryana on 12th May.

Leading the BJP’s charge, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 3 rallies in Haryana and Delhi.

He canvassed for votes for BJP candidates on Wednesday.

Prime Minister’s first rally of the day was in Fatehabad in Haryana….where he unleashed a sharp attack on the opposition.

Prime Minister accused the Congress of harvesting corruption; the trail of which he said is present in Haryana and elsewhere.

He said the Congress-led opposition has conceded their defeat and it has become clear that BJP will form the next government at the Centre.

In Haryana’s Kurukshetra, Prime Minister raised the issue of national security.

He took on the Congress for praising Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan after India secured the release of its braveheart Abhinandan from Pakistan’s custody within 48 hours of captivity after the Balakot air strike.

PM reasoned that he is at the centre of the Congress’ offensive because he has combated corruption and dynasty politics.

After leaving the venue of the rally, Prime Minister waived to his supporters who had gathered to see him.

PM’s last rally of the day was in Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan where he was unsparing in his criticism of the Aam Aadmi Party.

All 7 Lok Sabha seats of Delhi will go to polls on 12th May. It will be a triangular contest between BJP, Congress and AAP on the 7 seats.

Polling will be held on all 10 Lok Sabha seats of Haryana too on 12th May.

Here the main contenders are Congress, BJP, INLD, and the AAP – Jannayak Janata Party allaince.

Addressing a election rally at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Ex-Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi used the INS Viraat for a holiday trip with his family.

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