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Narendra Modi attacks PM Manmohan Singh Last Updated : 30 Nov 2013 02:31:54 PM IST Narendra Modi attacks PM Manmohan Singh
Addressing an impressive rally in Delhi,BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said "Problem lies with Congress' intention.He asks the crowd. “Our PM is a big economist. We never comment on that aspect. Finance minister is also very educated. We never challenge that…but now, they have ruined the country
Modi took a jibe at Law Minister Kapil Sibal and said when God was distributing wisdom he was the first person to take it and everyone else is brainless.
Comparing BJP leaders with Manmohan Singh, Modi said “Neither Narasimha Rao nor Vajpayee ji were considered economists. But still you could have learnt from them,” ‘Both Narasimha Rao & Atal ji knew about the problems faced by the common people.
Referring to union Law Minister Kapil Sibal's statement, Modi asks "That minister had said prices of vegetables have risen because the poor are eating two vegetables now and demand for these has gone up.Tell me, are prices rising due to this?"
"A senior minister of the Congress party said a couple of days ago that the poor used to eat chapatis without vegetables but they are now affording to eat two dishes of vegetables. He termed it the reason for rising inflation," said Modi.
Kapil Sibal (Law Minister Of India) gave Controversial Statement in Madhya Pradesh - He said "When People Eating two vegetables that grown inflation". After that Statement Opposition said it the sprinkled salt on the wounds.
Kapil Sibal Statement waas based on the law of economics "Theory of demand and supply". According to this law when commodity demand increase and it's according if it does not suppy then the value of the object have been increased.
jittery Congress cancels PM's rally
Nervous about IB report that BJP may form the next government in Delhi ,a visibly jittery Congress party decided not to hold Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's rally
Congress today dismissed BJP's taunt that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's rally in Delhi on November 30 was cancelled as it was on the defensive followinghuge turnouts in rallies of Narendra Modi, who will address public meetings that day in the national capital.
"First of all it was not Congress, which cancelled the rally but the Prime Minister's Office. Congress workers were very excited about the Prime Minister's proposed rally and they are a bit disappointed and hurt after the cancellation.But this is also true that the Prime Minister has his engagements," AICC general secretary in-charge for Delhi Shakeel Ahmed told reporters here.
The first rally will begin at around 11 a.m. in east Delhi's Shahdara and will cover 16 constituencies, the next rally will take place at 3 p.m. in west Delhi's Sultanpuri covering 12 constituencies and the last will be held at 5 p.m. in Chandni Chowk in the walled city, covering 10 constituencies.
Modi will address a single rally Dec 1 that is scheduled to take place in Ambedkar Nagar in south Delhi at 4 p.m. and will cover 9 constituencies.
Undeterred, the BJP has reportedly decided to set up LED screens across the New Delhi constituency so that the residents are able to hear him.
The BJP had approached the chief electoral officer, seeking permission to set up LED screens in all the assembly segments falling in the New Delhi parliamentary constituency so that people get to see the live telecast of the December 1 rally that will be held in Dakshinpuri.
But the authorities have refused to grant permission to BJP to which leaders had alleged that the NDMC acted on the instructions of the Congress-led state and central governments.
Delhi has a total of 70 assembly seats.
According to a BJP leader, the party is trying hard to cash in on Modi's popularity.
"The last two rallies (Modi) were a huge success in Delhi and we will make sure that his (Modi) popularity helps the party garner as much votes as possible," said a leader.
Nitish to woo Bihari votes in Delhi
Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal-United leader Nitish Kumar will also be addressing election meetings to mobilise support for his party in poll-bound Delhi.
Kumar is likely to woo the sizeable number of Bihari voters in Delhi. The capital has over three million Purvanchalis - people from the east, a term used to refer to those who have migrated to Delhi from Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh.
The party made its debut in the Delhi assembly elections in 2008, contesting from 11 seats. It, however, failed to win a single seat in 2008.
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