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"I assure you that it is our responsibility to fulfil your dreams. Development is the solution to all problems: PM"
"Ask any Congress or NCP person what they did in the last 15 years and they will not be able to say anything: PM"
"Congress-NCP considered people in their pockets. The people will reject this arrogance: PM"
"मैं आपको भरोसा दिलाता हूं कि आपके सपनों को पूरा करने की जिम्मेदारी हमारी है। विकास ही सभी समस्याओं का समाधान है: प्रधानमंत्री"
"किसी भी कांग्रेस या एनसीपी के व्यक्ति से पूछिए कि उन्होंने पिछले 15 वर्षों में क्या किया और उन्हें कोई जवाब देते नहीं बनेगा : प्रधानमंत्री"
"कांग्रेस-एनसीपी सोचते हैं कि जनता उनकी जेब में है। जनता इस अहंकार को नकार देगी: प्रधानमंत्री"

Shri Narendra Modi campaigned extensively across Maharashtra. He addressed rallies in Pandharpur, Loha, Thane, Tuljapur and Mumbai. Shri Modi affirmed that the only solution to the people’s problems in development. Urging the people to vote for BJP and give the BJP a complete majority Shri Modi said, “I assure you that it is our responsibility to fulfil your dreams. Development is the solution to all problems.”

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Speaking in Thane, Shri Modi pointed that after 25 years the people of Thane have got the opportunity to vote for the Lotus and he expressed confidence that they would make full use of the opportunity. He assured the people of Thane that pending projects would be completed and the BJP would ensure better rail connectivity. He added that a lot of value addition could be done in the Konkan Railway.

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Shri Modi was extremely critical of the misgovernance and corruption in the last 15 years under the Congress-NCP. “15 years is a very long time. Ask any Congress or NCP person what they did in the last 15 years and they will not be able to say anything…it is not that the Congress-NCP did not know there was a mess. But what did they do- they would change CMs. It was a shift system,” he pointed out.

He warned the people against believing that the Congress and NCP are different. “Their Gotra is the same. They were all in Congress. They separated due to power and again came back due to power,” avowed Shri Modi. Shri Modi stated that 15th October is the process of Shuddhikaran of Maharashtra.

tuljapur

The Prime Minister was equally critical about the increased terror attacks in Maharashtra under the Congress and NCP.

He recalled how former Maharashtra Home Minister Shri RR Patil described the 26/11 attacks as a “small incident” and asked people of Maharashtra to vote for BJP and give a befitting reply for those “small incidents.”

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At the Pandharpur rally, the Prime Minister described the NCP as naturally corrupt and added that the Congress-NCP considered people in their pockets and that the people will reject this arrogance.

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 He talked about enhancing tourism facilities in Pandharpur so that it brings better opportunities for the people.

Speaking at the rally in Mumbai the Prime Minister talked about how the steps like FDI in railways will benefit the people of Mumbai the most. He also shared the Government’s vision to ensure that no family is left without a proper home by 2022.

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