A firm determination to serve the people and a resolute spirit to save the Nation from the clutches of misgovernance was conveyed by Shri Narendra Modi during his address at the concluding round of the 3D Bharat Vijay rally. Addressing lakhs of people via 3D technology, before the final phase of voting on 12th May, 2014, Shri Modi slammed the Congress for hauling on caste-based politics and insulting those from the backward sections of the society.
The Congress’ thoughtless and trivial outlook towards Elections 2014 and their incessant efforts at communalizing the Elections was strongly condemned by Shri Modi. He spoke of how the never-ending accusations and false lies to defame Shri Modi and ridicule his humble bringing continued throughout the polling phases. He also spoke of the immense grief he experienced with the mud-slinging game that the Congress played, and stated that it was only the people’s unwavering support that kept him going. “Congress tried to put caste & communal politics at the fore in this election. Then they started throwing dirt on me. They went to see whether I sold tea or not. They mocked & insulted me. They did not even spare my Mother. Congress should know defeat come & go but why stoop to such lows. Despite Congress negativity we continued to remain on our agenda of development and good governance,” said Shri Modi.
He censured the Congress President’s brazen statements on ‘unch-neech raajneeti’, and said that if his thoughts on empowering people and ensuring their safety was ‘low-level politics’, he was only happy to further it. From providing employment to the youth or educational facilities to the children or ensuring welfare of the farmers and soldiers, Shri Modi said that if thinking in the interest of the Nation was ‘low-level politics’, then he was happy to have pursued it.
Strongly retaliating to the accusations of indulging in ‘unch-neech politics’, Shri Modi mentioned many incidents which proved that it was the Congress which had, in fact, blatantly indulged in ‘low-level politics’. From the removal of the Muslim MP in Kerala who supported the Gujarat model of development, the demands of Congress leaders of taking back the Bharat Ratna of Lata Mangeshkar for her support for Shri Modi, the cancellation of Shri Amitabh Bachchan’s invite for an inauguration citing his closeness to Gujarat as its brand ambassador for tourism, or the removal of economists from the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation who commended the Gujarat model few years back, Shri Modi highlighted how the Congress had, since long, been preferring and promoting the ‘politics of untouchability and hatred’.
Shri Modi also slammed the Congress for its undeterred preference for looting the Nation with scams, even as he added how their rising anxiety for their future had compelled them to resort to blatant lies and misleading claims.
He hailed the Supreme Court’s judgement on returning the money lost by people in the Sharda Chit Fund scam in West Bengal, stating that the first step towards making a better future had been taken and that ‘good days were certainly ahead’. Shri Modi also appealed to the Election Commission to ensure fair polling in the final phase.
Applauding the contribution of technology in enabling him to deliver his message to the people across the Nation, Shri Modi said, “This is my 12th round of 3D rallies and I have addressed 3D rallies across 1300 locations.” He further appealed to the people to caste their vote on the final day of polling – 12th May – and bring in the BJP for good governance and development.