Modi hits out Congress in Hyderabad rally

Hyderabad: In order to sharpen the party’s campaign strategies in south India, BJP election campaign chief and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Hyderabad.
Hitting out at Central government, Narendra Modi questioned UPA’s Pakistan policy in the wake of the LoC attack in which 5 jawans were killed.

Modi said, “Can we have a protocol with those who kill our soldiers.”
The BJP leader accused Congress of creating a wedge between people of Telangana and Seemandhra regions. UPA government cannot provide security to nation as it is indulging in vote-bank politics, alleged Modi.

Thousands of people turned up at the LB Stadium to hear Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. The stadium, in the heart of the city, was filled to its capacity by 2 pm, two hours before Modi reached the venue. The gates were shut by the organizers and police, who had a tough time in controlling the surging crowds. Those who could not be accommodated in the stadium were advised to gather in the nearby Nizam College Grounds where the BJP put up LED screens to beam the public meeting live.

BJP leaders said that a total of 1,20,000 people registered themselves for the meeting. The stadium has a capacity of 70,000. The party collected a token amount of Rs 5 from each participant.

They money will go towards relief in flood-hit Uttarakhand. Huge crowds from various parts of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad and neighboring districts started gathering since morning to hear Modi, seen by many as the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate in the next election.

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