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'Singh's ten year rule is a bunch of committees and not solutions', says Narendra Modi


January 18, 2014 - New Delhi

Addressing the BJP National Council at Ramlila grounds in New Delhi, party's prime Ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendera Modi launched a counter attack on the Congress.

In his more than one hour speech, Modi said that the Congress party could not announce the party candidate for the Prime Ministerial candidate for the next general elections as they were aware of the imminent defeat. Without naming, he said that the mother knowing very well of the defeat does not what his son to be sacrificed, he said.

Appeals to give one chance

Modi appealed the people of India to give one chance to the BJP to serve the nation. Terming the January 17 AICC sessions as a "party saving exercise", he said the Congress workers instead of getting a prime ministerial candidate had to return with “three gas cylinders”.

Responding to senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar comment, he said that the tea vendors in the country are proud that one among them has risen to the level of Prime Ministerial nominee, he said. In his entire speech, he gave a good go to good governance and balanced development in all the regions, respecting structure in letter and spirit.

Referring to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's ten year rule as constitution of committees instead of coming out solutions and added that the country wants commitment and not committees, he said. He termed the entire Congress rule with full of corruption, lack of employment for youth, price hike and crimes against women, said Modi.

Narendra Modi wanted the cadre to launch door-to-door campaign and approach ten crore families for funds telling them that a tea vendor has no funds of his own to contest elections.

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