'YSR Congress was born for power', says Modi
May 1, 2014 - Visakhapatnam
Addressing a public meeting on Thursday at Visakhapatnam, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said that YSR Congress Party was born to grab power. Addressing a huge gathering, Modi asked the voters to vote for the NDA candidates for a powerful and stable government at the Centre and the State. He promised to make Visakhapatnam as a powerful commercial centre in the world. In tune with the aspirations of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Modi said that he will change the Visakhapatnam as an international base for Navy.
Despite heavy rain in Visakhapatnam, Narendra Modi, Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan addressed the people who listened patiently without showing any discomfort. Modi said he wanted the people not to give scope to create a bomb culture here. He assured that the NDA leaders will be available to the people for the development and welfare. He wanted the people not give place to mother-son duo at Centre and State in an obvious reference to Sonia Gandhi-Rahul Gandhi and Vijayamma-Jagan Mohan Reddy. Modi assured to fulfil the promise that hte party made made in the Parliament for all round development of Seemandhra. There are two options left before the people, he said. People can either vote to to make 'scam Andhra' if they want YSRCP in power or 'Swarnandhra' if they elected NDA candidates.
Telugu Desam Party president Nara Chandrababu Naidu said that voting to YSRCP is indirectly voting for Congress party. He appealed to the voters to elect the NDA candidates and defeat the YSRCP candidates. Chandrababu Naidu promised that development the State and the country is possible by joining themselves with Modi.
Pawan Kalyan said that YSR Congress Party will never come to power. He said that KCR in Telangana and Jagan in Seemandhra are making efforts to deceive the people. He wanted people to thwart the attempts of Jagan to become the Chief Minister of the State. He said that Jagan is making his mother to move round in the hot sun and questioned whether any son would make his mother to move so much in hot scorching sun.